Spark by M.G. Leonard

Publication Date: 1 September 2022 The Blurb When Jack rescues a wounded cat, he quickly suspects foul play. Could there be a wildlife criminal on the loose in Briddvale? Jack rushes to investigate, determined to catch the culprit, only to stumble into a deepening mystery and a sinister criminal plot. Can Jack and The Twitchers … Continue reading Spark by M.G. Leonard


Pop! by Mitch Johnson

Publication Date: 6 May 2021 The Blurb Queenie stares out at the ocean and dreams of a world beyond her small-town. She's about to get her wish... When the priceless recipe to the world's most popular drink - thought to be lost forever - washes up at her feet, Queenie's life instantly changes. Everyone wants … Continue reading Pop! by Mitch Johnson

Evie And The Animals by Matt Haig, illustrated by Emily Gravett

Cover and internal illustrations by Emily Gravett Evie Trench loves animals, whether big or little, fluffy or scaly, winged or finned. And, she has her very own secret superpower; she can talk with animals too. But, it’s a superpower her Dad tells her never to use as it brings deadly danger with it, so she … Continue reading Evie And The Animals by Matt Haig, illustrated by Emily Gravett

The Great Animal Escapade by Jane Kerr

Welcome to my stop on The Great Animal Escapade Blog Tour! I was delighted when I heard there was going to be a sequel to The Elephant Thief, one of my favourite books of 2017, and couldn’t wait to see if Danny and Maharajah were settling into their new life at Belle Vue... (You don’t … Continue reading The Great Animal Escapade by Jane Kerr

Warrior Boy by Virginia Clay

Cover illustration by Kerry Hyndman The Blurb... London schoolboy Ben is heading for Kenya to meet his Maasai  family. But how is an outsider like him going to fit in? When he meets his cousin Kip, he discovers they share more than he thought – if only Ben can keep up . . . Together, … Continue reading Warrior Boy by Virginia Clay

When The Mountains Roared by Jess Butterworth

Ruby has to leave Australia in a hurry with her Dad and Grandma, leaving her life and her mum behind. With very few possessions to remind her of home, the family set sail to a new life in India, where her father grew up. The hotel isn’t what she thought it would be: it’s boarded … Continue reading When The Mountains Roared by Jess Butterworth