Cornwall LivingIssue #73

Bookworms June 2018 – Top tomes

Our latest selection of page-turners, old and new, to get the little ones reading.


Meg at Sea (Meg and Mog)

Helen Nicoll & Jan Pienkowski

Meg, Mog and Owl are in for another exciting adventure in this much-loved classic story full of magic, making fires, catching fish and helicopter rescues. When they are stuck in a boat, Meg makes one of her spells and gets more than she bargained for!


Hello to Hellie’s World

Helen Ann Young

Join Hellie, Grandad, Jaffa the dog and friends, as they go on a quest to explore and enjoy the world we live in. An interactive adventure that encourages children to learn about their homes, planets and stars, plants and landscapes, animals, weather and people through fun and creative activities.


The Detective Dog

Julia Donaldson & Sara Ogilvie

Peter’s dog Nell has an amazing sense of smell. She is known far and wide for her talents, whether it’s finding a lost shoe or discovering which dog made a mess on the new gravel path, her gifted nose is always hard at work. One day, when Nell goes with Peter to school, they discover that all of the books are missing! It’s up to Nell and her nifty nose to sniff out the culprit!



Oliver Jeffers

When Floyd gets his kite stuck in a tree, he throws up his shoe to knock it out, but that gets stuck too. So, he throws his other shoe together with a pot of paint, a ladder, an orang-utan, a boat and a whale! Will Floyd ever get his kite back?