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?
Holly Goldberg Sloan's Counting by 7s introduces Willow Chance, a twelve-year-old genius who finds it comforting to count by 7s. A beautiful story about coping with loss and discovering the true meaning of family.
Eight-year-old Maisie holds her own in a boisterous family with five brothers. When the chance of a new bedroom arises, Maisie Mae is intent on making it her own. Will she manage to create her own 'no boy zone'?
Ahoy there! Jonny Duddle's The Pirates Next Door won the Waterstones Children's Book Prize 2012 and he's back with a fab new series. Join Jim Lad and Matilda as they sail the seven seas (and the coast of Dull-on-Sea) in search of adventure and pirate loot.
Never Ask a Dinosaur to Dinner comes from dream team of The Disgusting Sandwich author Gareth Edwards, and Guy Parker-Rees, illustrator of Giraffes Can't Dance. It's a perfect bedtime story and cautionary tale about steering clear of wild animals during the night-time routine.
Everybody has a favourite animal, Eric Carle? He loves cats! To celebrate new picture book What's Your Favourite Animal?, we are offering Mumnsetters a chance to win a limited edition print signed by Eric Carle himself. Share a photo or drawing of your DC's favourite animal by Friday 18 April to enter.
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.