TrooFriend by Kirsty Applebaum

Publication Date: 2 April 2020 The BlurbImagine having the perfect friend, one who never steals, lies or bullies. Now you can, with the TrooFriend 560, the latest in artificial intelligence! What can go wrong with a robot buddy? Especially one that’s developing human characteristics and feelings, and who has just run away with her human? … Continue reading TrooFriend by Kirsty Applebaum

The Kid Who Came From Space by Ross Welford

Publication Date: 9 January 2020 The Blurb A small village in the wilds of Northumberland is rocked by the disappearance of twelve-year-old Tammy. Only her twin brother, Ethan, knows she is safe – and the extraordinary truth of where she is. It is a secret he must keep, or risk never seeing her again. But … Continue reading The Kid Who Came From Space by Ross Welford

The Longest Night Of Charlie Noon by Christopher Edge

Cover illustration by Matt Saunders Trying to review this book without giving away any spoilers is as complicated as the mystery Charlie, Dizzy and Johnny find themselves trapped in - thanks Christopher – but I will do my very best... Charlie has moved to the country and isn’t all that happy about it. London had … Continue reading The Longest Night Of Charlie Noon by Christopher Edge

The Infinite Lives Of Maisie Day by Christopher Edge

Cover and chapter opener illustrations by Matt Saunders It’s Maisie Day’s 10th Birthday, but when she races downstairs, she finds herself alone, her family gone and the world she knew no longer exists outside – just an impenetrable darkness that is seeping into her home. It’s Maisie Day’s 10th Birthday, but when she races downstairs, … Continue reading The Infinite Lives Of Maisie Day by Christopher Edge

Tin by Pádraig Kenny

Cover illustration by Katie Hickey Christopher only has fleeting snatches of memories before his life at the junkyard with Mr Absalom. He’s the only ‘proper’ boy amidst the rag-tag collection of mechanical children who live there. A terrible accident sparks a chain of events that leave the mechanical friends reeling from an awful truth, as … Continue reading Tin by Pádraig Kenny