The Mumsnet children's book club highlights four great children's books every month, gives you the chance to get free copies of the book and then share your thoughts (and your children's feedback), chat to authors and enter competitions. What could be better?
Rory loves to cook. He's always inventing scrumptious recipes like blue pancakes, cheese bats and hairy cakes. One evening, when his mum and dad go out to dinner leaving Rory and his siblings with the babysitter, he decides to experiment a little further in the kitchen…
Jamie is the top player at his school but there’s something missing from his game. He needs that bit of extra flair. He wants that touch of magic. Can the once-in-a-lifetime chance to train on the beaches of Brazil give Jamie the skills he needs to become a legend?
The Pilot and the Little Prince celebrates the remarkable story of Antoine De Saint-Exupéry, the author of the children's classic The Little Prince and pilot of the skies, who mysteriously disappeared on July 31 1994...
When a family is torn apart, everything is fractured: memories, identities, relationships. What can be salvaged? Aidan Jones is a survivor. He's survived an abusive step-father and an uncaring mother. He's survived crowded foster homes and empty bedsits. He's survived to find Cass.
To kick off the Brazil World Cup 2014 celebrations, we've rounded up the best football books for kids. From the terraces of Seaburn City to the dusty streets of a Brazilian favela, these sporty stories will delight and entertain young football fanatics.
To celebrate the 10th birthday of the Waterstones Children's Book Prize, we asked Mumsnetters what book they'd give to their 10-year-old self. The responses were many and varied; we've rounded up 20 of the most popular.