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Payments: Special financing available. An error occurred, please try again. Very Good: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. An endearing new chapter book series by two-time Newbery Honour author of the bestselling Polk Street series. Take one girl with a big imagination. Add one frisky dog with a nose for trouble. And get ready for an irresistible adventure! Fiercely has run away again.
When I donned my wetsuit for this swim the sun was shining and I was anticipating a refreshing dip. But the clouds rolled over as soon as I reached for my first stroke and, despite it being July, it felt like I was swimming through a block of melted ice. Someone once told me that lochs are as deep as the mountains are high and as I saw across Loch Duich I remembered that — and gulped. And glancing down, it felt easy to imagine monsters like Loch Ness lurking in the depths… Shortly after this swim, I wrote about a very, very deep loch at the foot of the Barbed Peaks, and I made it home to a mysterious monster.
I went to the Dolomites last Autumn because of tales from friends of staggering waterfalls, jagged peaks and World War One tunnels stretching the length of giant mountains. But once out there, I realised that I could borrow aspects of this incredible — and haunting — place for The Night Spinner. I saw mountain peaks bursting through the clouds and look-out posts on the precipices of cliffs, where Italian soldiers had watched Austrian troops advancing. And so, when writing about The Rookery, a forgotten monastery carved into the cliffs with turrets masked by the clouds, I drew on my hikes through the Dolomites.
A few years ago, I went to Berlin to visit a friend for the weekend. Something weird that I can write about one day. Outside the warehouse, I was given a coin by an organizer then I was blind-folded and led away from my friend. A few seconds later, I heard a door click shut and I realised I was alone, with no instructions as to what to do next. I took off my blindfold to find I was in phone box but everything was dark outside it.
There was a small TV screen in front of me depicting a man placing a coin into a slot. I stared at him, bemused, then remembered the coin in my own palm and noticed there was a slot in front of me. I pressed it in. A moment later, the front of the phone box fell down and I was inside the labyrinth — a dark maze with stairs leading up to giant mirrors and passageways lined with skulls and sculptures of crooked hands.
I ran through the corridors, trying to find a way out, but ended up stumbling through a trap door and landing on a mattress inside what appeared to be a giant egg with seven passageways leading off from it. I backed away and tried another passageway then another, occasionally stumbling across other people desperately trying to find their way out to this day, I have no idea whether those people were actors or punters in a similar position to me I blundered on until eventually I burst out of a door into the sunlight.
My friend followed an hour later. I spent ages sitting in there; it was amazing. I was trying my best to escape. Her comments might have made me do a few cartwheels. Thank you so much to all the wonderful kids who have sent me letters. This is a story about an eagle huntress, an inventor boy and an organ made of icicles.
But it is also a story about belonging, even at the very edge of the world. My story is about an orphan called Phoebe who goes on an adventure far beyond the orphanage walls with a Snow Dragon and a dachshund fond of dancing.
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To buy a copy of Winter Magic , click here. The Korup region in Cameroon is rich in stories, full of animals that live in their precious forests, but the oral tradition that hands these stories down is being lost. And the people in Korup have no books. So we decided to gather their stories up and write them down. The result is this stunning book, illustrated by Emmie van Biervliet, and for every copy you buy, we will send a copy to the children in Korup. To buy a copy of A Wisp of Wisdom , click here. An enormous thank you to all the children, booksellers, teachers and librarians that have made my year so special.
I grew up in the wilds of Scotland where weekends were spent scrambling over the moors, building dens in the woods and jumping into icy rivers and the sense of wonder I experienced back then in those remote and almost forgotten places made me want to write wild, outdoor adventures years later - and with that has come some awesome book research adventures Abseiling 72 metres into Abismo de Anhumas, a cave in the heart of the Brazilian jungle and home to incredible stalactites that lurk in the depths of the underground lake inside.
There are several caves in The Shadow Keeper but this one inspired the secret cavern Moll discovers. Learning to fire a long bow at Barbury Shooting School. There was a lot of catapulting in The Dreamsnatcher but I wanted to up the tension in The Shadow Keeper so after I had got to grips with the technique Katniss makes it look far easier than it is… I added arrows fletched with owl feathers and bows carved from silver birch for Moll and her Tribe to use against the Shadowmasks.
Foraging for mussels and oysters near Gamle Hellesund in Norway. I put out nets to catch cod, turbot and sole, I dived for mussels and I let down pots for crabs — and it meant that I could write with greater accuracy, and in more detail, about my characters living as outlaws in Little Hollows down by the sea. Kayaking through the Norwegian fjords.
In the early drafts of The Shadow Keeper much of the movement was shown through characters racing along the cliff tops on horseback. Poldark style. I then realised I wanted to use the sea more and so I kayaked out to a remote lighthouse near Lillesand in Norway to help me visualise the kayak scene in my book. Iguazu Falls in Argentina. Free running near Aurland, Norway. It helped me imagine my characters charging across the cliffs to find the amulet ahead of the smugglers.
A feet cliff jump in France. A late addition to the book but I had to get my characters into the sea fast — and with maximum energy — so this seemed an appropriate conclusion. Plus, my two younger brothers made the jump before me so there was no turning back from the adventure itself….
Hang gliding over Rio De Janeiro. I wanted to see what it would feel like to fly, without the whir of an engine or the boundary of an aeroplane window and this experience inspired the penultimate chapter of the book: Sky Battle.