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New Sequel to Children's Book

Posted on Tue, 27 Jan 2009 21:14 by Andy Ashdown
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cyberSky

The latest book by Alexa Tewkesbury and Steve Legg is being designed by Andy Ashdown.

Dylan Pettyfer isn’t exactly over the moon about moving to Wellbridge with his family. He’s a quiet boy and small for his age, and making new friends doesn’t come easily. It’s only when he meets Callum, Max, Jamie, Abby and Megan that the future doesn’t look quite as bleak. Those kids seem all right. Maybe it won’t be so bad.

But then Dylan runs into Evie Angel, and little by little, any hope he had of settling in is sucked away. Who can he call a friend? Who can he trust? Suddenly life isn’t about adjusting to a new school. It’s about trying to survive.

Any way he can …

The sequel to last year's successful book The Lying Tree, cyberSky explores the dark and sinister world of cyber-bullying.

With illustrations by Nadia Chalk, cyberSky is published by Canaan Press and will be available to buy online at www.canaanpress.co.uk

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