Ruth Ennis

Book Cover - Frankenstiltskin


You’re likely familiar with the fairy tale of Rumpelstiltkin; a mischievous creature who helps a young girl impress the king, but at a great cost. The only way out of this bargain is if the young girl can guess this strange creature’s unusual name. In this, part two of the Fairy Tales Gone Bad trilogy, Coelho tells a twisted version of this familiar story.

Book Cover - Fizzy and the Party

Fizzy and the Party

Fizzy and her Mum are about to wind down, eat supper and head to bed one Tuesday evening. But Fizzy begins to root through her dress up box to find the perfect outfit for Mrs Crumbleboom’s party next door. While her Mum needs some convincing, the two head over to the party and enjoy lots of treats, rock music, and exploring Mrs Crumbleboom’s house. Mum brings Fizzy back home before they can see the fireworks, but a compromise is made when they make a blanket fort and watch the fireworks from the window together.

Book Cover - Where The World Ends

Where The World Ends

Where the World Ends is loosely based on the true story of the nine boys and three men that were stranded on an island off the coast of Scotland in the 1700s. They travel from their home island, Hirta, to the Warrior Stac to hunt birds and gather resources. Soon, doubts and fears settle in when nobody sails to the stac to bring them home.

Book Cover - Rainbow Grey

Rainbow Grey

Welcome to the magical world of the Weatherlands, where young Weatherlings train at the Sky Academy to hone their weather-related skills, from controlling rain and snow, thunder and lighting, and the rare sun magic. Adventure-obsessed Ray Grey doesn’t have any magic, but this doesn’t stop her from being the most enthusiastic and dedicated Weatherling. One day, she discovers the secret of the rarest magic of all: rainbow magic. But not all Weatherlings are good, so Ray and her best friends, Snowden and Droplett, are going to have to work together to prevent the terrible storms that are brewing.

Book Cover - The Truth About Lies

The Truth About Lies

Jess Wilson is remarkable for one outstanding reason; she remembers every single detail of her life from the age of eleven. With her incredible memory, she is unable to forget anything, not the mystery of her old life, not her roommate’s death, and not the new and charming Dan.

Book Cover - The Polka Dot Shop

The Polka Dot Shop

Andy’s mum owns a quirky, second-hand clothing shop called Eliza’s Emporium. The only problem is Andy hates the clothes her mum brings back from the shop and wants nothing more than to have her own expensive clothes. Everything changes when Andy finds a bag left in the shop, full of designer clothes.

Book Cover - The Littlest Witch

The Littlest Witch

Sybilla is the youngest of seven daughters, and her bright red hair isn’t the only thing that is different about her. A pet parrot and hostile cat act as guardians to her. She floats in water and she can fly on a broomstick. Meanwhile, the selfish and greedy Alfonso attempts to fulfil the conditions set by his uncle to retrieve his multi-million inheritance: he must marry a witch.

Book Cover - Cass and the Bubble Street Gang: Diary Detectives

Cass and the Bubble Street Gang: Diary Detectives

Cass, Lex and Nicholas are crime-fighting, mystery-solving detectives, and are also known as the Bubble Street gang. Together they are working on a new mission: Operation Catch the Wicked Writer. When the team find an old diary full of wicked deeds, they aim to find out who the diary belongs to, all while trying to overturn the harsh new rules of the Resident’s Association.

Book Cover - Charlie and Me

Charlie and Me

Martin is a thirteen-year-old poet and is on a journey with his younger brother Charlie to visit the seaside town to see the dolphin they met a year ago, 421 miles away from home. And they can’t afford to get caught because this journey has a big secret behind it.

Book Cover - The Dog Who Lost His Bark

The Dog Who Lost His Bark

Oz is the sweet, thoughtful puppy that has had a rough start to life. After living with families who cannot care for him properly, he struggles to trust people and is careful not to bark because it only causes trouble. He soon meets Patrick who teaches him to find his voice again, and Oz teaches Patrick about companionship during a difficult time in his life.