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Meet Lilly Mae - a little girl who lives on a cloud and changes the weather according to her moods.
Fourteen-year-old Eshna has always known she is different – she can hold light in her hand and form pillars out of water – but it is not until her father is killed in a brutal mugging that she really begins to discover who she is and what she is capable of.
All alone in the world without anyone to turn to, and scared of what the authorities will do when they find out, Eshna escapes from the hospital where she is being treated and runs to a beach, miles from town ... which until night falls appears deserted. It’s then that she hears the voices in the darkness and sees the eerie shapes in the water that will change her destiny forever.
When morning dawns, Eshna is dragged into a new world, full of magic and intrigue; a world that needs saving. But is Eshna really the one they have been waiting for, and can she help?
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Punishment is a short tale of fairies, magic and matters of the other realm.
'A great grey cloud bled across the sky, emptying its contents onto the little harbour of Porthgain. A fierce wind whipped up, driving the rain harder into the earth. On the cliff top, a short walk from the village, a cluster of brick buildings crowned the headland. The storm raged, but the sea remained defiant; vast and flat and glassy-black it stretched away from the coast without a wave or ripple to break its perfection. Even the raindrops made no impression on its surface. Never had the mighty ocean been so still.
A small, wooden boat appeared, seemingly floating above the surface of the sea for it left no drag and the oars made no splash. Smoothly, silently the ghostly boat glided towards the shore and soon disappeared beneath the shadowy out-crop of the cliff. A moment later a spectre, dark even against the sable sky, fluttered onto the cliff top. And now there was another shape adorning the headland, looking out over the sea – a young man, one might even call him a boy.'
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With its quirky rhyme and beautiful illustrations, Lilly Mae is sure to charm parents and children alike.
Written in a tongue-twisting rhyme, each page is sure to raise a smile from readers of all ages.
'With children aged 2 and 11 months, I judge the books that I read to them on 2 levels. If my children sit still from start to finish then it means it is visually very good, and the imagery has held their attention sufficiently. If I sit still from start to finish, then it means it was written well enough for me not to skip pages and I've enjoyed reading it. When you get both of those things in the same book, then you know you've got a keeper. That's exactly what we discovered the first time we sat down to enjoy Lilly Mae; a collaborative effort from author Sarah Mahfoudh and illustrator Ruth Thorp.'
This magical fantasy novel for teens is available on kindle and in print.
On a dark and stormy night in October, Jack writes a farewell note to his daughter and leaves his home for the very last time.
Packed full of humour and magic, this is a feminist retelling like no other.
For ages 7-11 years.
Perhaps you've heard the classic fairytale about the twelve dancing princesses; the version told by stuffy old men from the olden days who thought it was okay to lock princesses up in towers and marry them off to strangers. Well, the stuffy old men got it wrong. Here's what really happened...
Meet the twelve high-spirited princesses of Feather Castle. They enjoy science and magic, motorbikes and clothes, music and saving the world - oh and they REALLY love to dance. But when spies, in the shape of aspiring suitors, are invited to the castle to discover where the princesses go at night, the headstrong sisters won't stand for it. They soon have their guests outwitted in this hilarious story of royal disasters, pixie-loving dragons, magical gardens, contests and friendship.
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Written for every child whose confidence has ever faltered.
For ages 3-8 years.
Written for every child whose confidence has ever faltered, this vibrantly illustrated book tells the inspirational story of a little girl who is about to show the world exactly what she is capable of.
Snow, magic, books and wishes ... Children are sure to fall in love with The Winter Garden.
For ages 3-8 years.
Meet Megan, a little girl with a big imagination who is not afraid to speak her mind. Megan always knows exactly what she wants; and right now, what she wants is SNOW! But outside her window, there’s nothing to see but grey skies and rain.