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Beastlands: Race to Frostfall Mountain by Jess French - digital pack

‘I loved how Jess combines animal expertise with infinite imagination to create an unputdownable fantasy adventure.’ – A. F. Steadman, author of SKANDAR AND THE UNICORN THIEF

‘Hugely exhilarating and wildly imaginative, BEASTLANDS is a truly magnificent new fantasy series…a heart stopping adventure packed full of intrigue, twists and a multitude of magical creatures.’ – Aisling Fowler, author of FIREBORN

The island of Ramoa was once luscious and roamed by fearsome beasts. Now, entering the wild Beastlands is forbidden – but when three young adventurers find their paths leading there, they have no choice but to break the rules . . .

KAYLA is a Sky Cadet with only one friend: her beloved winged pangron, who’s been stolen.

RUSTUS is the son of an Atari warrior, whose family have disowned him for failing his initiation.

ALETHEA is a young healer, searching for a cure to the deadly disease sweeping across the realms.

Only together will they stand a chance of succeeding in their quests. And as they venture deeper into the unknown of the Beastlands, what secrets about the island will they uncover?

The first instalment in an epic fantasy adventure series for readers aged 9-12; packed with edge-of-your seat adventure, incredible beasts, unlikely heroes, and unbelievable quests. Beastlands: Race to Frostfall Mountain is fast-paced, addictive, accessible and sure to send young readers WILD.

The digital pack includes:
- Activity sheets
- Discussion questions
- Extract


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