New series and updates for July 2018

Here’s the latest list of updates for  www.childrensbooksequels.co.uk

News: New editions of Lemony Snicket’s Unfortunate events with a Netflix tie-in.


 

 

 

 

 

New series added:-

Abie Longstaff – Magic Potions Shop

Abie Longstaff – Trapdoor Mysteries

Adrienne Kress – Explorers

Andrew Clover – Rory Brangan, Detective

Bella Forrest – Hotbloods

Bobbie Peers – William Wenton

Brenda Felber – Pameroy Mysteries

Cathy Cassidy – Lost and Found

Claire Legrand – Empirium Trilogy

Clare Balding – Charlie Bass

Connie Glynn – Rosewood Chronicles

Dan Metcalf – Dino Wars

Gwen Lowe – Alice Dent

Holly Black – Folk of the Air

Jeff Giles – Edge of Everything

Kat Shepherd – Babysitting Nightmares

Katherine Woodfine – Taylor & Rose, Secret Agents

Kevin Sylvester – MiNRS

Kevin Sylvester – Neil Flambé Capers

Kieran Larwood – Five Realms

Lauren St John – Wolfe and Lamb

Niki Mitchell – Kurious Katz

Philip Reeve – Railhead Trilogy

Stacy Davidowitz – Camp Rolling Hills

Tia Mowry – Twintuition

Victoria Aveyard – Red Queen

Will Mabbitt – Embassy of the Dead

 

Updates added:-

Cassandra  Clare – Dark Artifices – 3
Gwenda Bond – Lois Lane – 2 & 3
Holly Black & Cassandra Clare  – Magisterium – 4
James Nicol – Apprentice Witch – 2
Jason Reynolds – Track – 4
Jennifer Bell – Uncommoners – 2 & 3
Jessica Townsend – Nevermoor – 2
Julian Clary – Bolds – 4
Julie Kagawa – Talon Saga – 3 – 5
Julie Sykes – Unicorn Academy – 4
Justin Fisher – Ned’s Circus of Marvels – 3
Laura Ellen Anderson – Amelia Fang – 3
Lucy Coats – Beasts of Olympus – 7 & 8
Philip Reeve – Mortal Engines  – 5
Rick Riordan – Trials of Apollo – 3
Robin Stevens – Murder Most Unladylike – 7
Sabaa Tahir – Ember in the Ashes – 3

 

 

Book review – Chris Priestley – Maudlin Towers Curse of the Werewolf Boy

Mildew and Sponge attend Maudlin Towers School for the Not Particularly Bright Sons of the Not Especially Wealthy. They hate school and thd horrible teachers and are desperate for some excitement. This comes in the form of the Missing School Spoon and the threat of Christmas being cancelled. The boys become detectives and also uncover ghosts, time travel and other adventures.

Illustrated with Chris Priestley’s own line drawings, Maudlin Towers is a great tale for 8 years plus and the first in a series.

Please note that I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a candid review. Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.