The Legend Of Podkin One-Ear by Kieran Larwood

Cover illustration by Fernando Juarez It’s the Eve of Bramblemas when the old bard arrives at Thornwood Warren. The young rabbits are desperate for a tale and the wandering storyteller settles on The Legend Of Podkin One-Ear. But, this isn’t the version with fiery eyes or giants - this version is far closer to the … Continue reading The Legend Of Podkin One-Ear by Kieran Larwood

Sky Song by Abi Elphinstone

Cover illustration by Daniela Terrazzini Trapped inside an enchanted music box by the Ice Queen, Eska spends her days watching Erkenwald, wondering who she is and why her voice is so important. Only when she is released by Flint, a member of the Fur Tribe, does she realise the extent of the Ice Queen’s hold … Continue reading Sky Song by Abi Elphinstone

The Black Dragon (The Mysterium 1) by Julian Sedgwick

Cover illustration by Tom Percival Danny Woo’s life was turned upside down the night of the fire that took his parents life. Since then, he’s been frozen, trying to adjust to life at Ballstone boarding school. When an explosion rips through the corridors, Aunty Laura suggests Danny goes with her to Hong Kong – the … Continue reading The Black Dragon (The Mysterium 1) by Julian Sedgwick

A Far Away Magic by Amy Wilson

Cover illustration by Helen Crawford-White Following the death of her parents, Angel isn’t interested in making friends at her new school until she sees Bavar lurking in the shadows, and he’s as skilled as her at distancing himself from the world. What’s clear is that are both hiding their lives from their peers, Angel her … Continue reading A Far Away Magic by Amy Wilson

The Nothing To See Here Hotel by Steven Butler, illustrated by Steven Lenton

Publication Date: 22 February 2018 Meet Frankie Banister, who lives at The Nothing To See Here Hotel – the ideal holiday destination for magical creatures of all kinds. The hotel has been in Frankie’s family for generations, some of whom live much, much longer than others (that would be down to the fact that some … Continue reading The Nothing To See Here Hotel by Steven Butler, illustrated by Steven Lenton

Battle Of The Beetles by M.G. Leonard

Cover illustration, chapter headers and beetles by Elisabet Portabella Interior illustrations by Karl James Mountford The final instalment of M.G. Leonard’s trilogy begins just eleven days after the devastating finale at the Film Awards... Somewhere, deep in a rainforest and hidden from the world, Lucretia Cutter has put her plans for world domination into action. … Continue reading Battle Of The Beetles by M.G. Leonard

The Ice Garden by Guy Jones

Cover and interior design by Helen Crawford-White Jess longs to be like normal children, to live a normal life – to have friends who she can play with in the sun. Her medical condition means she can’t though, and her days are spent being home schooled between hospital appointments, all while shielding herself from the … Continue reading The Ice Garden by Guy Jones

Below Zero by Dan Smith

Cover design by stevewellsdesign.com In the frozen depths of Antarctica, at Outpost Zero, thirty two people from the Exodus Project are preparing for life on Mars. They are joined by scientists from BioMesa, but no one knows why they are there. Zak and his family had been enjoying a holiday on the sun drenched island … Continue reading Below Zero by Dan Smith

You Can’t Make Me Go To Witch School by Em Lynas, illustrated by Jamie Littler

It’s Daisy Wart’s 11th Birthday, and instead of Granny taking her for a birthday treat, she’s stood outside a crumbling building. Granny is convinced she’s a witch, but Daisy is adamant she isn’t. For Daisy is a Shakespearean actress, preparing to show the world her Bottom just two nights hence. With the headmistress ignoring her, … Continue reading You Can’t Make Me Go To Witch School by Em Lynas, illustrated by Jamie Littler

Sky Chasers by Emma Carroll

Cover illustration by David Litchfield Magpie steals just enough to get by, an orphan who dreams of flying above the rooftops that surround her. When a boy whizzes past her, clearly in trouble, she races to the rescue, and suddenly finds herself soaring across the fields below. She’s actually flying – if only for a … Continue reading Sky Chasers by Emma Carroll