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Award-winner Vashti Hardy celebrates kindness, found family and brilliantly inventive kids in this mystery-led, steampunk companion to The Griffin Gate.

Grace’s family are wardens of the incredible Griffin Map, using its teleport technology to fight crime across Moreland. Right now it’s all systems go at Griffin HQ, where Grace, her mum and her brother have their hands full answering a huge number of calls for help. They could really do with another warden on the team – but Mum believes their important work should be kept inside the family. Meanwhile, Grace is investigating a series of puzzling petty thefts. The clues lead her to a ramshackle castle on a lonely island, where the mystery only deepens. Will Grace be able to track down the thief?

Award-winner Vashti Hardy celebrates kindness, found family and brilliantly inventive kids in this mystery-led, steampunk companion to The Griffin Gate. This book features a dyslexia-friendly layout and font, and illustrations throughout so that even more readers can enjoy it.

RRP: £6.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-981-4

Interest age

9+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

02-09-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

112 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Vashti Hardy, Illustrated by Natalie Smillie

Vashti Hardy is the critically acclaimed and bestselling author of children’s books including the Blue Peter Book Award winner Wildspark. Vashti’s other titles include the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize shortlisted Brightstorm and the FCBG Children’s Book Award shortlisted The Griffin Gate.

Product Description

Award-winner Vashti Hardy celebrates kindness, found family and brilliantly inventive kids in this mystery-led, steampunk companion to The Griffin Gate.

Grace’s family are wardens of the incredible Griffin Map, using its teleport technology to fight crime across Moreland. Right now it’s all systems go at Griffin HQ, where Grace, her mum and her brother have their hands full answering a huge number of calls for help. They could really do with another warden on the team – but Mum believes their important work should be kept inside the family. Meanwhile, Grace is investigating a series of puzzling petty thefts. The clues lead her to a ramshackle castle on a lonely island, where the mystery only deepens. Will Grace be able to track down the thief?

Award-winner Vashti Hardy celebrates kindness, found family and brilliantly inventive kids in this mystery-led, steampunk companion to The Griffin Gate. This book features a dyslexia-friendly layout and font, and illustrations throughout so that even more readers can enjoy it.

ISBN

978-1-78112-981-4

Interest age

9+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

02-09-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

112 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

Award-winner Vashti Hardy celebrates kindness, found family and brilliantly inventive kids in this mystery-led, steampunk companion to The Griffin Gate.

Grace’s family are wardens of the incredible Griffin Map, using its teleport technology to fight crime across Moreland. Right now it’s all systems go at Griffin HQ, where Grace, her mum and her brother have their hands full answering a huge number of calls for help. They could really do with another warden on the team – but Mum believes their important work should be kept inside the family. Meanwhile, Grace is investigating a series of puzzling petty thefts. The clues lead her to a ramshackle castle on a lonely island, where the mystery only deepens. Will Grace be able to track down the thief?

Award-winner Vashti Hardy celebrates kindness, found family and brilliantly inventive kids in this mystery-led, steampunk companion to The Griffin Gate. This book features a dyslexia-friendly layout and font, and illustrations throughout so that even more readers can enjoy it.

Author

Vashti Hardy, Illustrated by Natalie Smillie

Vashti Hardy is the critically acclaimed and bestselling author of children’s books including the Blue Peter Book Award winner Wildspark. Vashti’s other titles include the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize shortlisted Brightstorm and the FCBG Children’s Book Award shortlisted The Griffin Gate.