New Series and updates November & December 2018

New series added
Adam Cece – Huggabie Falls Trilogy
Alex Bell – Polar Bear Explorers’ Club
Alex T Smith – Mr Penguin
Anne Booth – Magical Kingdom of Birds
Christopher Paolini – Tales from Alagaësia
Danny Scott – Scotland Stars F.C.
Finn Black – The Deep -BBC TV
Isla Fisher – Marge in Charge
Jessica Day George – Castle Glower
Jessica Day George – Rose Legacy
Jessica Day George – Twelve Dancing Princesses
Joe Berger – Lyttle Lies
Kara LaReau – Infamous Ratsos
Kara LaReau – Unintentional Adventures of the Bland Sisters
Karen English – Carver Chronicles
Karen English – Nikki & Deja
Matthew Swanson – Real McCoys
Michael Grant – Monster ( Following on from the Gone series)
Mike Nicholson – Museum Mystery Squad
Santa Montifiore – Royal Rabbits of London
Simon Cherry – Eddy Stone
Siobhan Dowd & Robin Stevens – London Eye Mystery
Stephanie Burgis – Dragon with the Chocolate Heart
Steve Barlow & Steve Skidmore – I Hero – Atlantis Quest
Steve Barlow & Steve Skidmore – I Hero – Immortals
Steve Barlow & Steve Skidmore – I Hero – Legends
Steve Barlow & Steve Skidmore – I Hero – Toons
Steven Butler – Dog Diaries
Tom McLaughlin – Accidental Series
Tom McLaughlin – Happyville High

Updates
Aaron Blabey – Bad Guys
Andrew Clover – Rory Branigan, Detective – 4
Dav Pilkey – Adventures of Dog Man – 6
Erin Hunter – Warriors – Vision of Shadows – 6
Jacqueline Wilson – Tracy Beaker – 4
John Flanagan – Brotherband Chronicles – 7
Julie Sykes – Unicorn Academy – 5
Linda Chapman – Star Friends – 5
Peter Bunzl – Cogheart Adventures -3
Sibeal Pounder – Witch Wars – 6
Tui Sutherland – Wings of Fire – 10 – 12
Wayne Grant – Saga of Roland Inness – 6

New things have popped up on the Children’s Book Sequels website

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For many years illustrators have been the poor relation in books for older children, but with more books being illustrated, they need to have a bigger presence. So finally we are adding an “Illustrated by” field on the Children’s Book Sequels website. Yes, I know, about time. I now need help from you to share this news everywhere and get any illustrators you know to check the Children’s Book Sequels website and if there is a series on there that they have illustrated, please let me know. There is a contact me form on the website.

 

 

 

Book review: The Truth about Lies by Tracy Darnton

 

Price: £6.01
Was: £7.99

Jess Wilson remembers everything, absolutely everything. Known as Hyperthymesia it kicked in when she was 11 years old. Running away from a research programme at 17 Jess recreates herself at a boarding school on Dartmoor.

After the death of her roommate Hanna, cryptic postcards start to arrive in her room, which make her start to question what went on at the research programme and the death of her mother. It forces her to open files in her memory that she would prefer to keep closed. But searching through these files, can she tell the truth from the lies.

A great debut novel from Tracy Darnton, a graduate from the Bath Spa University creative writing for young people.