Mallory, Mallory: The Revenge of the Tooth Fairy
By James Norcliffe, Illustrated by Emily Walker
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When Mallory and her sidekick Arthur kidnap the tooth fairy, they get more than they bargained for in this sparkling fantasy adventure novel for children. Mallory is a nasty
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6-10 years
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Mallory, Mallory: The Revenge of the Tooth Fairy
by James Norcliffe
illustrated by Emily Walker
Penguin eBooks (NZ Juvenile)
1 September 2020
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3.92 MB
6-10 years (6-10)

Author Biography

Described by The Sapling as 'a national treasure', James Norcliffe is an award-winning poet and writer, and the author of several children's fantasy books celebrated for their unexpected plot twists and magical wit. He has won many awards and residencies, most recently the 2018 Creative New Zealand Randall Cottage Writer in Residence in Wellington. His children's novel The Loblolly Boy was published in New Zealand, the United States and Australia, and won the 2010 NZ Post Junior Fiction Award and a Storylines Notable Junior Fiction award. The Loblolly Boy & the Sorcerer was a finalist in the Junior Fiction category of the 2012 New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, as was The Pirates and the Nightmaker in 2015. Twice Upon a Time was published in 2017. James lives in Church Bay with his wife, Joan Melvyn. Emily Walker has always loved drawing and painting, and just about every form of artistic expression. This led her into work as a hair stylist and creating special-effect makeup, face painting and bodypainting. But when she had children, she fell in love all over again with picture books and turned her talents to illustration, inspired by the idea of being able to transport readers into a limitless imagined world with characters that could touch the heart. Since that time she has twice been shortlisted for the Storylines Gavin Bishop Award for Illustration (2017 and 2019) and in 2019 she was also a finalist in the Margaret Mahy Illustration Award. Mallory, Mallory: The Revenge of the Tooth Fairy is her first book commission.