Guest Post: Introducing the TOP-SECRET FINAL INSTALMENT of the bestselling Chocolate Box Girls series by Cathy Cassidy
Cathy Cassidy wrote her first picture book for her little brother when she was eight or nine and has been writing fabulous stories ever since. Her books have sold over one million copies in the UK alone. She is the bestselling author of ‘Dizzy’, ‘Driftwood’, ‘Indigo Blue’, ‘Scarlett’, ‘Sundae Girl’, ‘Lucky Star’, ‘Gingersnaps’ and ‘Angel Cake’. Today we’re happy to reveal the cover for the final instalment in her bestselling Chocolate Box Girls:
After the amazing twist at the end of ‘Sweet Honey’, the sixth and final book in Cathy Cassidy’s Chocolate Box Girls series follows Jake, the Tanberry sisters’ newly discovered half-brother… As if the bombshell that he had three half-sisters wasn’t enough, Jake’s life in London is turning into a nightmare. He has nowhere to run – except for maybe his new family in Somerset… But Jake knows next to nothing about the Tanberrys. Will he be welcome there? And even if he is, can anyone really help him turn things around?
You can find out more in this video of Cathy talking about ‘Fortune Cookie‘:
And if you can’t wait till next June when ‘Fortune Cookie‘ is finally released, you’ll be pleased to know that there will be a new e-short from Cathy coming in October – ‘Moon and Stars’ sees Finch return to Tanglewood, just in time for Halloween…
If you’ve not yet discovered Cathy Cassidy’s books, you might like to know more about her background: Cathy went to Art College in Liverpool then got a job as fiction editor on Jackie magazine. She taught art in a Coventry secondary school for a few years before moving to Scotland with her husband to start a family. She continued to be an art teacher in the wilds of west Scotland for several years until she became a full-time writer. Cathy and her husband Liam have two grown up children and a whole bunch of unruly animals, and now live on the Wirral. You can find out more here:
This guest post was provided by Penguin Random House UK. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the Federation of Children’s Book Groups.