Great Diamond Robbery

Great Diamond Robbery

introducing…

 

…a brand new character that Mum has pulled out from under her hat to sashay and sparkle into the newest Dixie adventure.
And let me tell you, one of our dashing duo is utterly smitten.

Was the description glamourpuss ever more fitting?

Perhaps your young readers can guess her name!

 

 

Dixie O'Day and the Great Diamond Robbery

Dixie O’Day and the Great Diamond Robbery

here at last!

 

Dastardly villains, car chases and stormy sea peril, followed by afternoon tea at the Hotel Splendide: it’s the perfect summer read.

Available in bookshops on July the 31st, or you can pre-order.

There’s also @RHKidsUK‘s marvellous #WheresDixie twitter competition, following Dixie and Percy’s motoring jaunts around town and guessing from the snaps where they have popped up next. A really nice thing to do with the kids after school!

Another treat, now it’s nearly the weekend (perfect for staying in pyjamas all morning and getting out paper and pens), is the drawing competition on the World Book Day site. The prize, a piece of original Dixie artwork, doesn’t come up very often, so why not give it a go?

 

 

I Heart Holidays - events and blog tour

I Heart Holidays – events and blog tour

 

Over the next few weeks, Martha Monty and Pip are packing their buckets and spades and visiting their friends.
See above for the blog tour places and dates – Martha will be sending postcards from each place, do hop by to see…

You can also catch our live event at:

Bags of Books in Lewes on Saturday July 12th at 11am
The Book Nook in Hove on Tuesday July 29th at 11am
Waterstones Brighton on Tuesday July 29th at 2.30pm
Waterstones Tunbridge Wells Wednesday on July 30th at 11am.

I shall be reading and drawing, and the children will be making their very own little ice cream cart!
I’ll be bringing the model campervan and the bunnies…

 

 

It will be lovely lolly-lickingly bunny fun – join us if you can!

(watching the Tour de France, I did wonder if some of the same features could be adapted to an author tour – could spectators be on hand with orange slices and refreshing drinks as I rush past?)