My Middle-Grade Harriet series is suitable for 8-12-year-olds. Full of adventure, mystery and unforgettable characters.
“As the last word left her lips, Harry felt a presence behind her and Will. A rotten smell suddenly wafted past her nose. Turning around, she came face-to-face with the evil green dragon from the book cover. He looked even more fearsome up close. His breath was shallow, and his lips curled over pointed teeth. He crouched down on all fours, and slithered forward over a carpet of leaves, which rustled as they clung to his ridged underbelly. Small red flames darted from the edges of his nostrils, singeing the leaves.
“Well, well, well. What have we here? Looks like dinner has been delivered,” he sneered, his foul breath escaping with every word. His voice was like that of a snake, slippery and hissy.
Harry was sure she saw rotten bits of meat caught between the dragon’s teeth, hanging over the edge of his bottom lip. She took a step back but kept eye contact with the beast in a staring competition. His yellow cat-like eyes glistened, and suddenly Harriet lost her nerve. She dropped the book which was clutched under her arm as the dragon whipped a rope out of nowhere......” From Harriet and the Secret Librarian.
"Harriet and the Secret Rings was amazing. That was a great story to read. I hope you make a third and fourth book. Harriet and the secret librarian was great. Thanks for making those wonderful books I wish there was more of them to read.”
By Jacob, 10 N.Z.
Harriet and the Secret Librarian had me crossing my fingers, chewing my fingernails and jumping for joy. Gruffyd, the dragon, returns to help Harriet, Will and their friends in times of desperate need. I have learnt some new ways to deal with bullies but find I need to brush up on my bushranger education. A good read!”
“H”-Library Assistant NSW.
“Thanks for sharing Harriet and the Secret Librarian with me. It’s an awesome story.”
“Thanks for the copy of your book Harriet and the Secret Coins. It’s my daughter’s favourite book. She reads it all the time.”