Hilda and the Hidden People (Flying Eye Books)
Meet Hilda: explorer, adventurer, avid sketchbook-keeper and friend to every creature in the valley! Join our heroine as she meets her very first troll, negotiates with some very persnickety elves and tries to solve the mystery of midnight giant. Fantastic creatures and daring adventures are all just part of another average day for Hilda…but what will she do if she is forced to move to Trolberg city, far away from her beloved valley home?
A fun and pacey adventure combining a contemporary heroine with a gentle mythological element – BookTrust
Dynamic cartoon art brings the book to life, Hilda’s bravery is an inspiration, and the world’s details will pull readers in – Publishers Weekly
Snarky and fun the first time through, and in this form too – Kirkus Reviews
Hilda and the Great Parade (Flying Eye Books)
Hilda and her mother have moved to the bustling city of Trolberg, and it’s nothing like the beautiful wilderness she had to leave behind. When Hilda has to work on a group project about the wonders of the city, she finds herself lost for ideas…but when an opportunity for adventure arises, she can’t resist! Along the way she meets wild elves, fire-breathing dragons, a mysterious talking raven, and new friends that might just change her mind about the city of Trolberg.
Stephen Davies continues to excel as he mines the previous tales of Hilda into this format and he is aided by fantastic illustrations from Seaerra Miller…a rollercoaster of fun and thrills Great British Bookworm
Hilda and the Nowhere Space (Flying Eye Books)
Hilda is eager to impress her mum by earning plenty of Sparrow Scout badges. Her first attempts have not gone well but Hilda is determined to get her camping badge before the Sparrow Scout Badge Ceremony. Of course, the life of an adventurer is rarely simple. Not only must Hilda cope with a self-loathing giant, a nightmarish marra and a bloodthirsty hound – she must also get to grips with the mindboggling science of Nowhere Space.