Every family has a secret - this one is the last of its kind.
When Camille discovers the secret her grandmother has protected for decades she knows that to tell anyone would be to tell everyone - with terrible consequences.
But it could also bring the rest of her family back into her life.
This is a story about love and loyalty, truth and lies.
Real news, fake news and how far you'd go to protect what you love.
It's a story for now with its roots in ancient folklore.
Publication date: 10 / 10 / 2018
Scandi Noir? The Danes have been at it for years... and years... and years…
This is the story of Beowulf, quite possibly the oldest horror story in the world!
Hrothgar is the King of the Danes, but fear rules the land. Every night the terrible Grendel wanders over the land and through the forest, looking for food. Every night Hrothgar prays for someone to be strong enough to kill Grendel. Plenty were brave enough to try, but all of them failed.
Would Beowulf succeed where others failed?
The Pearl in the Grass
Imagine you're so poor you have to scrape a living by selling wild grass.
When the rains don't come the ground dries up and nothing can grow. You go hungry. Eventually you'll starve.
So if you found a patch of fast growing grass in the middle of the desert you'd think your problems were over, wouldn't you?
That's what Sheng thought.
But when his mum suggested he dig up the grass to plant in their garden his problems had just begun....
This is an old story from China about loyalty, fear and courage. It will make you laugh, it will make you gasp, it might even make you cry. It's also about huge wealth, pots of gold, greedy robbers, nosey neighbours and one quite extraordinary, magical and very big surprise at the end.
(Warning: kids think the end is great - mums tend to cry!)
Charlie lived in a quiet village by the sea, where nothing much happened.
Then his mum got a new job and gave him his own front door key in case she was late home. He promised he'd look after it, but things just started to go wrong........
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