Rowan Oakwing: Night of the Fox
By E. J. Clarke
The magical adventure of an ordinary girl who finds herself transformed into a fairy in the heart of London
Being a fairy is a lot more dangerous than you think ...
Ever since Rowan was transformed into a fairy, her life has been filled with perilous adventure. And when her mum is kidnapped by evil Vulpes and his army of foxes, Rowan sets off on her most dangerous mission yet. With the help of her fairy friends - plus a tiger released from London Zoo! - she's sure she can rescue her mum and save the fairy realms.
But Vulpes is cunning and sly. And he's luring Rowan right into a trap ...
Rowan Oakwing came from an idea that popped into Ed's head and wouldn't leave until he wrote it down. He lives in North London and is married with two young daughters who would like to be fairies. He hopes this book will give them that chance.
When he isn't writing books, Ed works as Head of Film and Television at Shoebox Films where his partners include the film director Joe Wright (Pan, Atonement, Pride and Prejudice) and the venerable film producer, Paul Webster (Pan, Atonement, Eastern Promises). Shoebox's most recent film was the critically acclaimed Locke starring Tom Hardy on which Ed was a Development Producer.
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01 Jun 2017
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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Praise for Rowan Oakwing: Utterly fresh, but very much a classic ... a modern Peter Pan — Irena Brignull
Superbly imaginative yet incredibly believable, Rowan Oakwing is a real new star. — Parents in Touch
Which child wouldn't like the idea of being transformed into a a fairy - with wings?! [...] full of adventure, the books also raise questions around parenting and how, despite loving their children, parents don't always make the right decisions for them. — Alice Short, Reading Zone