Awesome Mini-List of Children’s Fiction from IFWG Publishing Australia

We are proud of our children’s and young teen fiction, and given the proximity of Christmas, we suggest you have a look at some of our selection of children’s books and consider them for gifts.

Pre-Teen

A Magpie Called Will
by Peter Rondel (illustrated by Frances Hutt)

Front Cover A Magpie Called Will

Michael befriends a magpie that is smarter than he is. The magic of Merlin The Magician reaches across the years to the present day, and suddenly, the two worlds are joined by the magpie’s secret. Beautifully illustrated, suitable for ages 8 to 12.

Paper Magic
written and illustrated by Jeffery E Doherty

Paper Magic Cover E-Book with quote

The park calls to Marina. It tugs at a place deep in her chest but the thought of meeting the children who play there sends her into a breathless panic.

This beautiful story deals with issues of bullying, anxiety and being different, issues increasingly relevant to children of all ages. The story will delight any reader who has ever felt awkward, lonely or anxious. Suitable for children aged 7 to 12.

Young Teen

Against The Elements
by Esme Carpenter

Front Cover ATE

“It is called the Elemental Control. And it is failing. The elements are mere ghosts of their full forces. And, as it fails Delphi, I start to die. I need you to save me, the future of your home, and a very powerful boy.”

Delphi is alone in places with strange secrets and rules, with the fate of her world on her shoulders, and although she makes many friends she also attracts more dangerous attention…

Sealskin Coast
written and illustrated by Rowena Evans

Sealskin Coast Front Cover

Wallace Emmet Keyes has so many problems he doesn’t know which way to turn. Everyone at the new school makes fun of him. His cousin can’t stand him. For the last month he’s lived with Aunty Jay, Raa and Raiona in a tiny flat in the city instead of at home with his parents. But these are distractions from the big problem: both his mother and father have run away from home.

The Infinity Trap
by Ian C Douglas

front cover

How far would you go to find your missing father? For Zeke Hailey, a teenager living in the 23rd century, even Mars is not too far. Zeke’s dad is one of the Mariners, a mysterious elite of psychics who have conquered Outer Space. Now he’s vanished on a secret mission.

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