Grimworld is a creepy new novel for young readers. Here's what the reviewers are saying...
Read an excerpt from May's Moon Fortis Mission: Sabotage, theft and a shocking discovery threaten teenager Michael May’s mission to the moon.
An innovative book that helps children get in touch with a wide range of inner qualities and values through creative meditation and affirmations exercises.
Tiffany Poirier has a passion for philosophy as an elementary teacher in gifted education.
Greta’s best friend is her cat, Boris, but she soon realises her bewhiskered buddy has another life in another world.
Have you ever wondered what life is like on the International Space Station (ISS)? Or how it feels to walk on the moon?
Ashley Ledigo - author of Emajen - answers some questions about her writing and the worlds she has imagined.
Seventh grader Ben Conover sees people no one else can see. When he confides in his best friend, it's not long before smart phones start lighting up with text messages as the air cackles with gossip and he becomes known in school as the 'Ghost Boy'.
With the Great Mother Tree dying in the Shining Land, eleven-year-old Emma Oliver must sing the Song of Creation before it’s too late.
Every day, thirteen year old Henry Bats has his usual bowl of Sugar Slugs, helps tend Cobalt Sidewinders at Frank’s Peculiar Pets, and keeps to himself with his comic book collection. Just your typical day in Grimworld, where the sky is always dark and shadows lurk in the streets.
Fifteen-year-old Michael May makes history as the first child in space and part of a crew to the far side of the moon. However, from the moment he docks at the International Space Station, things change. This is a Middle Grade Story for children who love reading about space, mystery, adventure and friendship.
Richard Swan - author of Melody's Unicorn - will be at The Festival of Ideas 2 & 3 November 2019, Barbincan, London