THE SAMPLING: One House for All and Witchfairy

Book Island began here in New Zealand, but is now based in Bristol in the UK. These two books are focused on how to embrace difference. One House for All explains how three very different friends discover how best to build a house they can all live in. Witchfairy is a gloriously illustrated celebration of a girl who doesn't want to be what she was born to be: with her mum's support she straddles two worlds. Both extracts are copyright Book Island, November 2017.
 

 

One House for All, by Inese Zandere, illustrated by Juris Petraskevics (Book Island)

 

Raven, Crayfish and Horse have always been best friends. They're grown up now and would like to start a family. They want all their families to live together and start planning to build a house. But what should that house look like? Will they find a solution that works for all of them?

 

 

 

 

 

Witchfairy, by Brigitte Minne, illustrated by Carll Cneut

 

Rosemary is bored of being a fairy. She'd much rather be a witch. Much to the disapproval of her mother she takes off to spend time with the witches in the dark wood. Rosemary thoroughly enjoys her new life as a witch but eventually decides to take the best of both worlds and becomes a witchfairy.

 

 

 

One House for all

by Inese Zandere

Published by Book Island Limited

RRP $29.99

 

 

 

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​​Witchfairy

by Brigitte Minne

Published by Book Island Limited

RRP $29.99

 

 

 

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