Book Review: Poppy Goes Wild by Nick Powell (author) and Becca Hall (illustrator)

Poppy Goes Wild tells the story of young Poppy who joins forces with her grandad to return his farmland back to its heyday when local flora and fauna thrived and flourished. Poppy’s visions for a nature-rich habitat filled with wildflower meadows, wetlands and wildlife including skylarks and hedgehogs are put in to immediate action while staying at her grandad’s farmhouse. The nature guardian in Poppy … Continue reading Book Review: Poppy Goes Wild by Nick Powell (author) and Becca Hall (illustrator)

Book Review: The London Compendium by Ed Glinert

London is certainly one of the most “colourful” cities in the world, and one of the oldest. It owes its colour to both its rich past and present. Weighing in on that colourful past and present is Ed Glinert, a Londoner “who has walked the city from Limehouse to Lambeth, Whitehall to Whitechapel, unravelling its mysteries along the way”. The London Compendium: A street-by-street exploration … Continue reading Book Review: The London Compendium by Ed Glinert

Review: ‘A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Foods’ by Rachel Patterson (Moon Books)

Food not only serves to provide sustenance for our bodies, but everything that we eat and drink has magical properties which can assist us in drawing that which we desire in life – love, health, abundance, prosperity and more. If you’re wanting to work with food in this way, A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Foods by Rachel Patterson should take pride of place on … Continue reading Review: ‘A Kitchen Witch’s World of Magical Foods’ by Rachel Patterson (Moon Books)