Clementine Florentine - Story Snug

Clementine Florentine by Tasha Harrison & Mya Mitchell

Clementine Florentine is the amusing and poignant story of ten year old Clementine’s attempts to sabotage Dad’s relationship with his new friend Mel before they fall in love. Humorous but also heartwrenching the story sympathetically portrays a child’s attempt to deal with a threatened change to her family situation and the repercussions that her actions have on her other relationships.…

Christmas Craft Book - Story Snug

Christmas Craft Book by Laura Minter & Tia Williams

Christmas Craft Book is a brilliant activity book full of 30 fun & festive projects to make with kids. It’s an absolute treasure trove of stunning, easy to make crafts that use many everyday household items. If you’re looking for fun ways to keep children of all ages busy and entertained in the days up to Christmas this is definitely the book for you.…

The Very Merry Murder Club - Story Snug

The Very Merry Murder Club edited by Serena Patel & Robin Stevens & illustrated by Harry Woodgate

The Very Merry Murder Club is a collection of thirteen winter mysteries edited by Serena Patel and Robin Stevens. It’s a wonderfully diverse anthology including stories written by thirteen different authors. The stories, many taking place at Christmas, introduce characters from a variety of ethnic backgrounds as well as single parent families, same sex parents, disabled characters and children in care.…

Snowy & Christmas Book Advent - Story Snug

Story themed Advent Calendars

Over the years we’ve enjoyed various story themed Advent Calendars to help us count down the days until Christmas. We always put our Christmas books away during the year and get them out around the end of November, it’s such a lovely treat to rediscover old favourites and forgotten stories.…

How To Be Brave - Story Snug

Blogtour: How To Be Brave by Daisy May Johnson

Story Snug is today’s stop on Daisy May Johnson’s How To Be Brave blog tour. Reminiscent of the boarding school stories I loved as a child, How To Be Brave includes secret tunnels, codebreaking, helicopter flying nuns, rare ducks and umpteen delicious references to cakes and biscuits (including a hidden stash!).…