2017… What a year! As we quickly hurtle into 2018, here are a list of the best children’s books picked especially by us for you to admire and look back on or delve into with a fresh pair of eyes. You might even discover a gem in the mix!

 Bad Dad – David Walliams

David Walliams will never fail to humour the nation with his witty and fast paced humour and Bad Dad hilariously captures the story of a father and son adventure.

 Danny Dingles Fantastic Finds: The Jet of Justice – Angie Lake

Dive into the hilarious adventure, packed with cleverly illustrated characters to assist with your journey! Danny Dingle is a schoolboy inventor on a mission to FLY.

 The Moomins: The World of Moominvalley – Philip Ardagh

The World of Moominvalley explores the unique world of the Moomins through exciting illustrations and creates a world that you will struggle to return from!

 The Christmasaurus – Tom Fletcher

You may recognise Tom Fletcher from the band McFly back in the day or you might not… but he’s recently been releasing his own collection of children’s books, inspired by his love of bedtime reading to his children (aww).

 The Christmasaurus is about  the magical adventures of a little boy who travels to the North pole to visit Santa Claus and how he befriends a dinosaur along the way!

 The Book of Dust – Philip Pullman

One for the older readers, The Book of Dust is part of a trilogy of fantasy novels that touch on the battle for freedom of speech and dive into the quest full of adventure and uncertainty.