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For July, and with the school summer holidays in mind, here are four releases that will keep kids of all ages amused.
Roar by Beth Mead
Beth Mead, the England footballing icon, BBC Sports Personality of the Year and author of Lioness hits the back of the net once more with this inspiring and accessible guide to following your dreams and developing resilience.
Beth shares her insider tips, tactics and advice, discussing how each player can find their position and style, as well as shining a spotlight on some of the world’s best sporting role models. Published by Hachette on June 22nd
Beano The Ultimate Guide by IP Daley
The definitive guide to the world of legendary kids’ comic The Beano, this sparkling volume covers all the much-loved characters and locations in witty and immersive style.
Offering a wild ride through Beanotown with this ultimate guide to its inhabitants, readers can check out Pie Hard at Beanotown Cinema, explore the neighbourhood undesirables, or giggle along to some jokes from the Bash Street Kids. Published by Harper Collins on June 22nd
The Wonder Brothers by Frank Cottrell-Boyce
Two diminutive magicians set out to retrieve the vanished Blackpool Tower and wind up in Las Vegas with a world-famous illusionist in this hilarious and heart-warming story from the author of Millions and Noah’s Gold.
The story is based around cousins Middy and Nathan, who both love magic. So when the famous Blackpool Tower dramatically vanishes the night of the Grand Lights Switch-On, showman Nathan announces live on TV that they will magic it back home.
How do they attempt to do it? Well… full of tricks, twists and deceptions, the delightful Nathan and Middy will keep you guessing until the very end. Published by Pac Macmillan on July 20th
Ink Blood Sister Scribe by Emma Torzs
Joanna Kalotay lives alone in the woods of Vermont, the sole protector of a collection of rare books that will allow someone to walk through walls or turn water into wine.
Her estranged older sister Esther moves between countries and jobs, constantly changing, never staying anywhere longer than a year, desperate to avoid the deadly magic that killed her mother. Currently working on a research base in Antarctica, she has found love and perhaps a sort of happiness.
However, when she finds spots of blood on the mirrors in the research base, she knows someone is coming for her, and that Joanna and her collection are in danger. Published by Penguin Books on July 5th