Debut author Michelle Harrison has been named winner of the Waterstone's Children's Book Prize, with her fairy story The 13 Treasures.
With more than a million copies sold, Newbery Medal winner Avi’s Poppy stories are now more charming than ever, with glorious new cover art by Brian Floca.
The Sporty Fairies really need Rachel’s and Kirsty’s help! Twins, Connor and Grace, never dreamed that there was any truth to the Vampirate shanty their father sang to them before he died, but that was before the two were shipwrecked and separated from each other.
In this new series, expect to see your old friends from the Percy Jackson books along with a great new cast of main characters, as the heroes of Camp Half-Blood embark on their most dangerous challenge yet.
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Short stories that will make you think twice before turning off the light!
Have you ever seen a shape moving through the night? Would your heart race if a ghost sent you a text message? Just the thing for young readers who like their scares in small doses.
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Caroline Horn, children's news editor of The Bookseller, said: "The 13 Treasures is an inventive fairy story that makes you glad you can't see fairies!
"Michelle Harrison is a great new talent and I'll be looking out for her next book." Harrison, who works as an editorial assistant in children's publishing and is also a keen illustrator, beat books by seven other authors to the prize.
I'm so glad that their characters were big parts of this book.a good transition!