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Viking Gold

Viking Gold tells the tale of Redknee, a young sixteen year-old Viking, brought up by his uncle who is Jarl of the village. As Redknee struggles to live up to the fact that he will one day succeed his uncle and become Jarl, a raiding party come in search of […]

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Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis Complex

Eoin Colfer’s latest addition to his award-winning ‘Artemis Fowl’ series proved to be as popular as ever, winning the Children’s literature category in the 2011 IBW awards. Artemis Fowl is the most unlikely teenager to be found in fiction: a highly sophisticated individual, impeccably dressed, with an astonishing vocabulary, who just happens […]

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The Long Staff

Clare Wilson’s debut novel The Long Staff is the first book in the Staff Wielder series about the adventures of thirteen-year-old Tom MacKay. Published by Olida Publishing as children’s fiction with a Scottish flavour, it is a magical adventure book touching upon Scotland’s oral and written storytelling heritage. While visiting […]

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Magnus Fin and the Moonlight Mission

Janis MacKay’s second Magnus Fin book for five to eight-year-olds is just as imaginative, but more fast-paced than its predecessor Magnus Fin and the Ocean Quest, for which MacKay won the Kelpies Prize 2009. When Fin discovers that his initials have been scratched onto a big rock in the sea, […]