Something Delicious Book Review

Posted by on Sep 28, 2013 in Uncategorized | 70 comments

Something Delicious Book Review

“Somewhere, not so far away, there’s a cave on a hill, filled with wonderful creatures.  They are little somethings.”

The story is all about the Greedy Guzzler who had been eating all day but was still looking for something extra to satisfy his appetite and he knew just where to find it!

Will the Little Somethings escape the Greedy Guzzlers clutches?



The illustrations by Ali Pye are bright, colourful and engaging and the Little Somethings are incredibly cute!

Author Jill Lewis ensures that there is a nice moral to the story about not judging people by what they look like and although the story doesn’t rhyme like many children’s book, it is full of fun and descriptive words which is great for teaching literacy to school age children, although it is too hard for Isaac (5) to read by himself.



The best bit though, is the recipe for Nosh Biscuits at the end of the book which I shall be trying out for myself later this week.

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    70 Comments

    1. Charlotte’s Web

    2. i never had a favourite kids book when young but my favourite now is the gruffalo. we make all the noises and actions when reading it to the kids :)

    3. Me Too! by Mercer Mayer

    4. Anything by Enid Blyton.

    5. Griffin Pirate Stories

    6. Rosie and Tim

    7. The Magic Faraway Tree

    8. The lion, the witch & the wardrobe

    9. Famous Five – Enid Blyton

    10. The Tiger who came to Tea was an absolute favourite I also loved my Beatrix Potter collection

    11. Winnie the Pooh

    12. Swallows and Amazons

    13. secret garden

    14. The magic Faraway Tree

    15. I had lots, but I did love the Narnia books and pretty much anything by Enid Blyton

    16. Brothers Grimm: Fairy Tales :)

    17. The Jolly Postman

    18. The family from one end street

    19. The twits

    20. I read and loved a lot of Enid Blyton books and I’m enjoying reading some with my Daughter now. She has just read The Magic Faraway Tree and then the Wishing Chair books – it brought back memories of how I loved that Magic Faraway Tree

    21. Richard Scarry Busy Busy World

    22. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

    23. Old Bear

    24. Five go to Smuggler’s Top, and I’ve just finished reading it to my yd for her bedtime story :)

    25. The tiger that came to tea!

    26. Anything by Roald Dahl.

    27. Ant and Bee books and also Topsy and tim

    28. The Gruffalo

    29. the gruffalo

    30. secret seven and the famous five

    31. The Children Of Cherry Tree Frm loved it so much i still have my copy today, have read it to my boy who is now 15 and will read it to my two little ones as well xoxox

    32. The Wishing Chair

    33. The Witches

    34. the BFG

    35. anne of green gables

    36. Varied by age, but I think the first one was Little Richard and Prickles.

    37. famous 5

      kay panayi

    38. Peter Rabbit

    39. The far away tree

    40. The Twits

    41. Enid Blyton’s Magic Faraway Tree

    42. all Enid Blyton books

    43. I loved the C.S Lewis books about Narnia, it’s the first books I can remember begging my Mum to buy me the next in the series

    44. The Aristocats

    45. Famous Five was my thing (or Grange Hill books lol)

    46. The animals of farthing wood. x

    47. When you give a mouse a cookie! :)

    48. As a really young child i love ‘The tiger who came to tea’ and ‘The paper bag princess’. As an older child it was ‘The twits’ and ‘Matilda’ and when i was in my teens it was the ‘point horror’ books, i had a huge collection of those books.

    49. The Magic Faraway Tree

    50. what katie did and what katie did next ;)

    51. Pipi Longstockings

    52. Famous five

    53. peter pan and we have to read it to our youngest every night

    54. topsy and tim

      @ashlallan

    55. I loved Enid Blyton books

    56. Has to be The faraway Tree.

    57. Cat in the Hat

    58. Gobolino the witches cat

    59. Alice in Wonderland

    60. Any of the Famous Five books!

    61. the lion the witch and the wardrobe

    62. andy pandy

    63. The Magic Faraway land

    64. secret garden

    65. Matilda

    66. The magic Faraway Tree

    67. The Witches

    68. I loved Enid Blyton books like Amelia Jane

    69. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

    70. When I was little I loved Milly Molly Mandy xxx

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