Guardian of the Gryphons

Guardian of the Gryphons

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Description

When tragedy strikes, Eva is forced to make a tough decision and fast! The choice she makes changes everything, throwing Eva and her brother into a strange world called Lyra. Among the incredible things they encounter there is a walking tree, dandelion fairies, pine-cone people and huge lion-birds.



In this new world, Eva's courage is repeatedly put to the test. When a frightening figure from her past arrives, she faces losing everything. Will she be able to find a way to save not only herself, but also her brother, their friends and the new life they have created for themselves?



Guardian of the Gryphons is the first book in the League of Wildlings series. In these books, children from around the world join together to unlock their special gifts in order to protect their own homes and the mystical world of Lyra.




Recommended age: 6-10 years

*For children transitioning from picture books to chapter books or a quick and easy read over a couple of nights for adults reading to little ones. This chapter book has over twelve illustrations throughout.




Paperback - 120 pages

Size - 198mm x 129mm
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Product details

  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 7mm | 122g
  • English
  • 0473549379
  • 9780473549374

Review quote

Best Book Ever!

"That's the opinion of my 9 year old wildling. For a neurodiverse child like my daughter it is always hard for her to really get involved in a story. She often has 3 or 4 books on the go as her attention span is not very long.




So imagine my delight when she received Guardian of the Gryphon and she immediately began to devour it. The only sounds from her was as she just "had to" share something happening in the story. She literally begged me to let her stay up later so she could finish a chapter before lights out.




As soon as she woke the next morning she was straight back to the world of Lyra. And she was less than impressed why I said she had to go to school rather than stay home and read.




Now the book is finished she has reread a number of her favourite parts and has even drawn some of the characters to put on her bedroom wall. Our household eagerly awaits the next instalment. So please hurry up and release the next book your #1 fan can't hardly wait." Janine B.
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