6 Reading Adventures Perfect for Gifting

6 Reading Adventures Perfect for Gifting

When it comes to gifting, you can’t go wrong with a book – it’s the ultimate gift that keeps giving! If you’re still deciding what to pop under the tree this Christmas, we’ve put together this list of six favourites from 2023 to help you out. From poetic picture books to fun-filled infographics, there’s something special for every young reader…

Little Lunch: Big Bonus Collection by Danny Katz

All the original favourite Little Lunch titles together – The Slide, The Bubblers, The Monkey Bars, The School Gate, The Off-Limits Fence and The Old Climbing Tree, with newly refreshed covers. This slipcase also features a bind-up of additional Bonus Stuff for hours of fun and laughter. From word searches, mazes, graphic novels, recipes – all from the stars of Little Lunch themselves.

Ages 6+.

Buy Little Lunch: Big Bonus Collection here. 

Click Graphic Novel Boxed Set by Kayla Miller

A bright and bubbly boxed set of the New York Times bestselling series, containing Click, Camp, Act and Clash. Join Olive on her adventures in years 5 to 6 as she performs in the school variety show, goes on camp, runs for student council and clashes with the coolest new kid at school. Olive will have to navigate friendships, get out of her comfort zone and find out what’s really important to her.

Ages 8+.

Buy the Click Graphic Novel boxed set here. 

Always Never Always by Meg McKinlay and Leila Rudge

A poetic and quirky one-of-a kind classic-in-the-making, that encourages readers to explore their world, from two award-winning creators.
Ages 2+.

Buy a copy of Always Never Always here.

The Deadlands #2: Trapped by Skye Melki-Wegner

Dinosaurs fight for freedom and survival in book #2 of this action-packed middle-grade series. Battle rages on between the two surviving dinosaur kingdoms. Eleri and his fellow outcasts are searching for evidence to prove that the carnivores have manipulated the herbivore kingdoms into war, so they can feast on the slain. But soon the friends must flee from a pack of raptors and become trapped inside the Fire Peak: the volcanic heart of the dreaded Carrion Kingdom. Can the outcasts escape and gather proof of the Carrion Kingdom’s vicious plans in one fell swoop?

Ages 9+.

Buy a copy of Trapped here.

Britannica’s Encyclopedia Infographica by Andrew Pettie, Conrad Quilty-Harper, Infographics by Valentina D’Efilippo

An awe-inspiring encyclopedia with more than 200 original infographic illustrations – the perfect book for visual learners. This authoritative visual encyclopedia reveals astonishing information about space, Earth, animals, humans and technology through illustrations and graphics (and not too many words!). Grasp facts at a glance as you turn every page. A groundbreaking visual way to understand and marvel at the world around us.

Ages 10+.

Buy a copy of Britannica’s Encyclopedia Infographica here.

Alex Rider #14: Nightshade Revenge by Anthony Horowitz

The world’s bestselling teenage spy takes on a new and daring mission. This much-awaited new book in the bestselling Alex Rider series continues Alex’s fight against the deadly assassins encountered in the last book, Nightshade. Alex still has unfinished business with this sinister group made up of brainwashed children, not least trying to reunite MI6 chief Mrs Jones, along with her long lost son and daughter. A thrilling new challenge for the world’s best-loved teen superspy.

Ages 9+.

Buy a copy of Nightshade Revenge here.


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  1. Kasseyy Sk says:

    Coming out just a few days before the movie lands in theatres, readers will get early insight into the story before watching it on the big vidmate screen.