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UNDERGROUND RAILWAY BOOKS

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The (original) Underground Railway was set up in the Deep South of America to help black slaves escape to the free North.   What if (I wondered) there were a similar organisation to help supernaturals – vampires, werewolves – to stay safe until they could travel onward? So I wrote ”Full Moon”, about Nia and her family and the strange boy lurking in Aunty Gwen’s cellar.  It won the Tir na n-Og Award in 2012.   In the second book , “Totally Batty”   it’s Nia, not Aunty Gwen, who invites the stranger to stay.  It’s Christmas and this particular guest, unlike Mael, the were-boy, is not quite such a welcome guest.  She’s trouble with a capital “T”!

 

THE “GREAT” BOOKS

Aled Pryce, the hero of “The Great Cake Bake” (Highly Commended for the Tir na n-Og Award 2015) is a Trier.  He really wants to do well at school but he’s dyslexic, so it’s a bit more difficult for him.  The challenges life – and his teacher Miss Anderson – throw at him are often difficult, but Aled keeps trying.  In “The Great Granny Hunt”, Aled discovers that everyone in his class has a Granny except him.  So Aled decides to find one.  Aled soon becomes very, very busy – there are Head Boys and Girls to elect, rugby trials for the school team and so much more.

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LLANCAIACH FAWR BOOKS

Tirion has a weird job by today’s standards – she’s a Spider Brusher at the Big House;  Troublesome Thomas, on the other hand, is one of the posh people, but he’s been sent to the Manor as a punishment because he – no, you’ll have to read the books to find out!  Tirion’s Secret Journal” won the Tir na n-Og Award in 2006.

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THE “NOWHERE” BOOKS

Catrin Morgan, of Pennsylvania, USA, is Not Happy when her Dad announces the family is moving to Wales, the land of his ancestors.  She has to leave her friends behind and live in an ancient house – and wear a uniform to school!  But Wales is a land full of mystery and legend.  This book, and its sequel, “Nowhere Again” both begin with three ancient legends.  Catrin is soon mixed up with – and bewitched by – Wales, and magic, and dolphins – and an odd, rather spiky boy named Twm

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Issue Date 08/07/2021