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Children's Book Club September 2015

Junior rounds up the best new children's books for the month

Posted: 1 September 2015
by Alison Potter

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Max At Night by Ed Vere (£6.99, Puffin)

If your sleepyhead isn’t quite ready to have forty winks, Max At Night will surely help him off to sleep. A follow-up to writer and illustrator Ed Vere’s critically acclaimed Max The Brave, this delightful picture book sees the loveable black kitten Max returning for another endearing and heart-warming adventure as the curious cat goes on a mission to find the moon before he goes to bed.  Filled with the author’s characteristic deadpan humour and simple but engaging double-page picture spreads, Max At Night is entertaining and visual read for all ages, but it will especially capture the attention of the very young. The use of straightforward language means that it’s an ideal book for those just starting to get a grip on the use of language, and it’s great book to help pre-schoolers practice their reading skills.

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