“When we close our hearts to the belief that magic is real, we will never find it!”
Invictus Drake – The Clockwork Emporium.
“Finding a library with books all around, the roar of a fire, but no other sound.
Pictures on covers, big bright and bold, books read by lamplight on nights dark and cold.
Titles in gold, their words just like threads, that once said aloud will not leave your head.”
The third in the Colour series, The Colour Gold takes the Loss we have come to love on another journey, this time to discover the magic of books, in a fantastical journey involving flying bikes, castles and books that talk. Prompted by a tale told to her by her grandmother, Loss embarks on an adventure to catch a star which will lead her to a castle where discarded books are taken. Here she discovers that all books, even though at times forgotten, each hold a magic of their own. Loss is accompanied by her bear Ted, who we know well from another book in the series `A Bear Called Ted`, who mysteriously appeared on Loss`s doorstep, and is now her steadfast companion. The delightful illustrations capture their relationship perfectly, depicting him as the ultimate detective in his Sherlock hat! Another treasure of discovery from Stephan J Myers.
Loss & Ted books are available from all online book retailers and high street book shops in standard print formats BUT we want to put the magic back into children’s books and make them something to cherish for years to come. That’s why when you buy a book from this site it is not only signed, it comes with a limited edition bookmark for the same recommended retail price. Furthermore £1 of every book sold is donated to children in need.
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