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Top reads: April 2019

It’s the last day of the month — and that means it’s time for our Top Reads Team members to share their April book recommendations. Grab a bookmark, and lose yourself in one of these:

You’ll find a recommended list from our Top Reads Team on the last day of every month (February to November). If you’d like even more recommendations, browse all through all our Top Reads ever!

*All our Top Readers are kids aged 13 and under. No grownups allowed!

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This post was added by Rebecca Newman. Rebecca is a children's writer and poet, and the editor of the Australian children's literary blog, Alphabet Soup. For more about Rebecca visit: rebeccanewman.net.au.

2 thoughts on “Top reads: April 2019

  1. I am an avid reader of children’s fiction and tutor a number of students. I was disappointed to click onto a book expecting to find a review written by a child, only to find nothing other than the reviwer recommended it. Obviously, that is of little use. I do hope tht in the future the child’s review will be published. Thank you and sorry for the rant. Francesca

    1. Hi Francesca

      Thank you for your comment. The Top Reads posts on the last day of each month are solely for featuring books that children on our Top Reads team recommend. Team members are asked to recommend a book they enjoyed reading over the past month.

      If you’re looking for book reviews — we frequently post book reviews by children and those posts are clearly titled ‘book review’. You can read through all the book review posts by clicking on ‘books reviewed by kids’ under CATEGORIES (listed at the right side of the blog.)

      Thanks for stopping by.
      Rebecca
      Managing Editor

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