Polly longs to become an explorer. But in 1914, women's rights and choices are limited – something twelve-year-old Polly learns when she befriends her new neighbours: two suffragettes, fighting for women's rights to vote.
This is a nice introduction to the big stories of the Arthurian legends. Perfect for a reluctant reader or lover of comic books.
- Author Summary - Imogen White won her place in the SCBWI Undiscovered Voices 2014 Anthology with the opening to The Rose Muddle Mysteries. Imogen loves using elements of local history in her books, and favours adventure stories based in towns and cities. Her stories are full of friendship, dark magic, colourful characters and twisty-turny… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Imogen White
- Quick Review - Another magical detective adventure with Rose and Rui for 8 to 10-year olds. Set in exotic India, Rose thinks she’s landed on her feet now she’s the official companion to Rui the Maharajah of Jaipur's nephew. However, even on the train to Jaipur things start to go wrong. Rose and Rui… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Rose Muddle Mysteries: The Secret Ruby by Imogen White
- Short Review - A magical detective mystery story, perfect for 8 to 10-year old's. A piece of real archaeology brought to life, in a fast-paced story with a great female character, Rose Muddle. This book has a particularly great ending that'll leave you wanting to read the next in the series. Other books… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Rose Muddle Mysteries: The Amber Pendant by Imogen White
- Short Review - The House With Chicken Legs is a wonderful tale about love, friendship, loss, grief and bereavement - all wrapped up in a fable like story. Sophie Anderson has woven such magic between the pages that one can't walk away from this book without being changed. The theme of love transcending death,… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The House With Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson
S.M. Wilson lives on the west coast of Scotland with her fiancé and two sons. Her day job is as a nurse in public health – and her dream job is writing fiction. Her love of YA fiction started as a teenager and has never stopped. She wrote The Extinction Trials to try and infect… Continue reading INTERVIEW: S.M. Wilson