Are myths real or imaginary? After this, you may have doubts!
Join Ross Mackenzie and Eve Wersocki Morris for a mystical, magical exploration of mythology, nature, inherited stories, and what inspired the dark worlds of The Colour of Hope and The Bird Singers.
Can you picture our world being drained of all colour? In The Colour of Hope by Ross Mackenzie, discover a land where a necromancer steals it all, until a baby is born who turns life inside out. She brings hope to all and danger to those who shield her …
The Bird Singers by Eve Wersocki Morris is goosebump central! Imagine being dragged to a dreary cottage by your mother, who is acting pretty weirdly. Consider the strange feathers appearing on the doorstep … and what is it with the shadowy woman in the forest?
“Ross MacKenzie is a wizard with words.” M. G. Leonard
Ross Mackenzie’s novel The Nowhere Emporium won the Blue Peter Best Story Award and the Scottish Children’s Book Award. Evernight won the Scottish Book Trust Teen Book Prize.
“Children’s Book of the Week – an assured debut from a notable new talent.” Nicolette Jones, The Sunday Times
Eve Wersocki Morris wrote her first full novel aged 13, though she was diagnosed with dyslexia aged 12. The Bird Singers is her stunning debut. She volunteers with Coram Beanstalk Literacy Charity as a reading helper for children.