Troubador Invincible Voices: Long Shorts

Released: 28/04/2017

ISBN: 9781788036504

Format: Paperback

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What’s out there on the other side of Saluna? Who can gauge the ghostly goings on at Sunshine Mansions? Can the children of Aylesbury School outsmart the Maths Monster? Will Jake ever find the lost gemstone and save his village from the destruction of the dim-witted troll? Can the youngest knight restore the Coin of Fortune to the people of Stonegate? How do an armadillo and an antelope defeat a tribe of hunters in the heart of the Amazon Rainforest? Will the regal rivalry of Candyland ever be resolved? What happens when a Halloween party gets seriously spooky? And why is Ella Green acting so strangely?

These are just some of the questions that our children have storified for you, in their most invinciblest of voices. These stories are for children by children. We know this is the stuff that children want to read because children have chosen to write it.

World Book Day, March 2nd was a fantastic day for me and my fellow invincible authors as we introduced our brand new shiny books to the community of Marlborough Primary School.

You can read more about it and view photos by reading my blog at the following link:

http://www.zoeantoniades.com/world-book-day-the-long-and-short-of-it/

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Zoe  Antoniades

Zoe Antoniades was born in 1973 in West London of Greek Cypriot parents. She graduated from the University of Hull with a degree in English and Drama and later trained as a teacher at the Institute of Education.

Her Invincible Voices company provides creative writing workshops for young people through which she has published several anthologies of stories for children.

Zoe has also written the school story Staircase to Nowhere and a memoir Tea and Baklavas which won the Winchester Writers’ Festival Memoir Prize and is published in Winchester University’s Best of 2015.

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