JacketFlap Sponsors

Spread the word about books.
Put this Widget on your blog!
  • Powered by JacketFlap.com

Are you a book Publisher?
Learn about Widgets now!


Books Kate tagged with:
Sort by:     Ages:
Click a book's title or cover for more details and to read reviews
Results 1 - 12 of 12     # per page:
Title, Creators, Comments / Reviews Ages Date Added
1. The Graveyard Book (Hardcover)
    Author: Neil Gaiman
    Illustrator: Dave McKean
    Publisher: HarperCollins
Ages 9-12 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: Neil Gaiman writes the most unusual, involving, sometimes frightening and always interesting novels. You can always count on him to surprise and amaze. This one is about a small boy who is raised by...more
tags: I recommend
16,612 Reviews  
2. Howl's Moving Castle (Mass Market Paperback)
    Author: Diana Wynne Jones
    Publisher: Ace
Young Adults 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: I love Diana Wynne Jones. Her books have lots of humour and magic in them and Howl particularly is a wonderful character. Read it, and then catch the Hayao Miyazaki movie adaptation, which is very e...more
tags: I recommend
4,143 Reviews  
3. Watership Down (Scribner Classics) (Hardcover)
    Author: Richard Adams
    Publisher: Scribner
N/A 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: The classic novel about rabbits escaping their threatened home and embarking on an adventure into the unknown. Brilliant.
tags: I recommend
7,063 Reviews  
4. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1) (Paperback)
    Author: J. K. Rowling
    Illustrator: Mary GrandPr√©
    Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Ages 9-12 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: Well, it was called "...and the Philosopher's Stone" in Australia, but it's the same book! Don't think I really need to say much about Harry. He's a phenomenon. Hooray for JK Rowling!
tags: I recommend
53,251 Reviews  
5. The Borrowers (Hardcover)
    Author: Mary Norton
    Illustrator: Beth Krush
    Publisher: Harcourt Young Classics
Ages 9-12 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: A fantastic series about a tiny race of people who "borrow" things to survive. Have you ever put something down and then when you went to find it again it was gone? That's the Borrowers at work! Do...more
tags: I recommend
812 Reviews  
6. Flambards (Paperback)
    Author: K. M. Peyton
    Illustrator: Victor G. Ambrus
    Publisher: Puffin
N/A 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: A wonderful series by KM Peyton about a family in the years before and during World War I. I have many books by this author in my collection and they are all great, but the Flambards series is my fa...more
tags: I recommend
55 Reviews  
7. Smith (Paperback)
    Author: Leon Garfield
    Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Ages 9-12 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: I first read this at school and loved it then as I do now. It's the story of a 12 year old pickpocket in Dickensian London, who picks an old man's pockets just minutes before his victim is murdered. ...more
tags: I recommend
35 Reviews  
8. The Amazing Mr. Blunden (Puffin books) (Paperback)
    Author: Antonia Barber
    Publisher: Puffin Books
N/A 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: This book was originally published as "The Ghosts". It's haunting, scary and wonderful!
tags: I recommend
41 Reviews  
9. Artemis Fowl (Artemis Fowl, Book 1) (Paperback)
    Author: Eoin Colfer
    Publisher: Miramax
Ages 9-12 4/17/2010
Add 
Kate said: This is the first in the series (now up to Book 7, I think, which I must buy!). 12 year old Artemis Fowl, criminal mastermind and boy genius, plans to kidnap a fairy and hold it to ransom for tons of...more
tags: I recommend
8,451 Reviews  
10. Inkheart (Inkheart Trilogy) (Paperback)
    Author: CORNELIA FUNKE
    Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Ages 9-12 4/16/2010
Add 
Kate said: Inkheart is the first in the trilogy, and though I enjoyed the movie, it didn't really do the books justice. Read the books and lose yourself in the Ink World. Beautifully written, imaginative and m...more
tags: I recommend
8,134 Reviews  
11. The Hobbit (Hardcover)
    Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
    Illustrator: J.R.R. Tolkien
    Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
N/A 4/16/2010
Add 
Kate said: One of my all time favourites. If you haven't read it, do so before the movie comes out! The prequel to the Lord of the Rings (which I also love - and I think Peter Jackson did a brilliant job on...more
tags: I recommend
29,909 Reviews  
12. Mortal engines (Mortal engines quartet) (Paperback)
    Author: Philip Reeve
N/A 4/16/2010
Add 
Kate said: This is the first book in a quartet. It's absolutely brilliant. I borrowed it from our local library because the cover looked really interesting, and ended up reading the whole series and buying the...more
tags: I recommend
797 Reviews  
Bestselling order determined by Amazon.com SalesRank(tm)