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?
Half Bad is the exciting YA novel from debut author Sally Green, and the first book in a highly anticipated trilogy. Sold in 45 countries with the film rights already snapped up, the story follows a young boy's struggle for survival in a society of witches.
Chris Haughton, award winning illustrator and author of Oh No George! does not disappoint in his wonderful new picture book Shh! We Have A Plan. The first ten mumsnetters to review the book will win a limited edition signed print from Chris.
The delightful Dino-Mummy is by Mark Sperring and award winning illustrator Sam Lloyd, the duo behind Dino-Baby. This picture book shows us the wonders of Dino-Mummy, who juggles tasks along with looking after two roaring dinos - an ideal read for Mother's Day.
This semi-autobiographical series recounts Henry 'Fonz' Winkler's own challenges of growing up with dyslexia, with equal helpings of humour and heart. Post a question to Henry Winkler for a Q&A before Friday 21 March.
We're giving away 50 copies of best-selling thriller writer James Patterson's latest children's book in the popular Middle School series: How I Got Lost in London. Written especially for World Book Day 2014, as school trips go this one is pretty awesome...
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.