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The Lost Girl King by Catherine Doyle - Digital Pack

To celebrate the publication of The Lost Girl King by Catherine Doyle, Bloomsbury Children’s Books are offering an incredible digital pack filled with engaging and inspiring resources.

The pack includes:

- A sneak peek extract
- Discussion notes and teaching resources
- An A3 Praise poster
- A selection of social media assets

Join in the fun and share photos on social media using #TheLostGirlKing and tagging @KidsBloomsbury, @doyle_cat and @readingagency. It is from your feedback and online activity that the publishers see how their resources are being used and the value it brings to your libraries which will encourage them to provide more resources.

About The Lost Girl King:

Amy and Liam Bell have been packed off to stay at Gran’s house in the wilds of Connemara for the summer. Out for a walk on the first morning of their holiday, they trace the flight of a hawk to a nearby waterfall – only to watch the bird disappear through it.

Intrigued, the children follow and soon realise they’ve discovered the entrance to Tir na nOg, the legendary land of eternal youth. But they’ve been tricked. Almost immediately Liam is captured by a troop of headless horsemen who take him to Tarlock, the ruling sorcerer of Tir na nOg, who is seeking the bones of a human child for a sinister new spell.

Packed with edge-of-your seat adventure, incredible imagination, humour and warmth, The Lost Girl King is the rare kind of story that has you reading long past lights out.

Download the digital pack here

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