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Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Being Good by Louie Stowell
A genuinely funny, humorous diary-style book with quirky illustrations that takes the reader on a ride from Asgard to Midgard, and shows Loki’s journey from evil God to being good.
Loki is expelled to live on Earth as an eleven-year-old boy by his father Odin, along with Thor, and he has to prove that he is becoming a better person. Loki, the clever, witty trickster and the most powerful of all gods, is now forced to live as a normal human being. He is not allowed to use any of his powers, he has to do good deeds to go back to Asgard, and he must write down all his activities in a magical diary that would be used on the day of judgement.
I couldn’t even realize when I had finished this 235-page book, and the first thing I did after finishing this book was that I told Dhruvin to read this book. From the beginning to the end, this book will make readers laugh at how funny the plot and the scenes are. The story-telling style was full of fun, silly humor, and I recommend this book to all young children.
So when she is forced to stay at the castle with other children that can, she realises how much danger she really is in. She must escape before she is found out!
On her journey to freedom, Amelia makes some very unexpected friends. Maybe saving herself isn’t enough, maybe there is a way to save the whole kingdom?
‘Magic and Me’ is a unique story full of magic and magical creatures. It follows a young 12-year-old girl, Amelia in her quest to discover who she is. With her friends, they develop a dangerous plan that could lead them to freedom or to death.
This is a story of adventure, bravery and friendship that children will enjoy reading time and time again.
When Tom Fisher, a timid boy of eleven years
and his cheeky best friend Jenny Summers
meet Freya; a real-life witch she teaches them
the ways of the forest. Kidnapped by the dark
elves, the children must find a way to save her,
but is Freya all that she seems?
The hedgewitch is keeping a powerful secret
that will change Tom’s life forever.
An exciting fantasy adventure for children aged 8-12, and their parents too.
Full of folklore, magic myth, and legend, with a modern twist.
Enid Blyton, meets the Sword and the Stone.
Minisc Premier has never wanted to be like his father. Most kids would kill to have the Hero of Light, the most famous Elementalist in history, as their dad. Minisc hates the pressure, though, and wants only to bring his mother’s dying wish to life: unity and peace between humans and Elementalists, the recently evolved species capable of controlling and wielding elements such as light, fire, and water.
As Minisc attends Elemental Academy, training to hone his ability, he begins to uncover a new threat to that peaceful coexistence. Together with his friends Lily and Jules, he must grow into his power and become the hero he has long shunned – or both humans and Elementalists may be doomed.
Since she started Taft Middle School two years ago, Sam Gold has been looking forward to eighth-grade science with Mrs. Cooper and the coveted position of lab tech. But she hadn’t counted on her nemesis Kimberly Newhouse getting in the way, and the missing uranium that could put her whole school on lockdown if she doesn’t find it.