Enter worlds of fantasy this Christmas with our children's picks of magical eAudiobooks available on our BorrowBox service.
- Willow Moss and the Lost Day by Dominique Valente
Willow Moss, the youngest and least powerful sister in a family of witches, has a magical ability for finding lost things – like keys, or socks, or wooden teeth. Useful, but not exactly exciting . . .
Then the most powerful witch in the world of Starfell turns up at Willow’s door and asks for her help. A whole day – last Tuesday to be precise – has gone missing. Completely. And, without it, the whole universe could unravel.
Now Willow holds the fate of Starfell in her rather unremarkable hands . . . Can she save the day – by finding the lost one? Step into Starfell, a world crackling with warmth, wit and magic, perfect for readers aged 8–12.
- Twice Magic by Cressida Cowell
Witches are creating havoc in the Wildwoods and danger lurks behind every tree trunk. Wish is in possession of a powerful, Magic Spelling Book. Xar has a dangerous Witchstain on his hand.
Wish and Xar are separated by the highest wall imaginable. But time is running out ...
It was unlikely that these heroes should meet in the first place. Is it possible they are destined to meet TWICE?
- Baby Magic by Mem Fox
Mem Fox is Australia's most successful author of books for young children. Her first book, Possum Magic is the highest selling picture book ever in Australia.
Baby Magic, narrated by Mem, is a selection of some of her favourite stories for toddlers and young children.
- The Magic Key by Emily Rodda
It's Jessie's birthday, so her magical grandmother decides to surprise her - with some new Fairy Realm friends. Before Jessie knows it, she's on an adventure that whirls her to the end of a rainbow. Along the way, she discovers a part of the Realm she's never seen before - and meets the amazing rainbow fairies.
- Meg and Mog Audio Collection by Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienkowski
Join Meg and Mog on their magical adventures with all their friends in this brand new collection of thirteen beloved stories.
This new collection features narration from award winning actress Samantha Bond as well as specially commissioned sound effects and music which will delight Children of all ages.
- A Witch Alone by James Nicol
During an eventful holiday in Kingsport, Arianwyn is recruited for an important mission: to retrieve the Book of Quiet Glyphs from its hiding place in the Great Wood. But as she returns home to Lull, feyling refugees gather outside the town walls and the hex plagues the forest.
As tensions lead to fall-outs with her friends, town squabbles and magical mishaps, Arianwyn faces a sobering truth: she alone can find the book and wield its secrets ... her hardest decision yet is whether she is brave enough for it.
In the second book in James Nicol's enchanting Apprentice Witch series, Arianwyn's challenges as a real witch are just beginning.
- Brightstorm by Vashti Hardy
Twins Arthur and Maudie Brightstorm receive word in Lontown that their famous explorer father has died in a failed attempt to reach the southern-most point in the world. Not only that, but he has been accused of stealing fuel before he died!
The twins don't believe the news, and they answer an ad to join a new attempt to reach South Polaris. It's their only hope of learning the truth ... and salvaging their family's reputation.
As the winged ship Aurora sets sail, the twins must keep their wits about them and prove themselves worthy of the rest of the crew. But will Arthur and Maudie find the answers they seek?
- The Light Jar by Lisa Thompson
Nate and his mother are running away, hiding out in a tumbledown cottage in the middle of a forest. When Mum heads off for provisions, and then doesn't return, Nate is left alone and afraid, with the dark closing in all around him. But comfort can come from the most unexpected of places – a mysterious girl trying to solve the clues of a treasure hunt and the reappearance of an old friend from his past. Will Nate find the bravery needed to face the troubles of his present and ultimately illuminate the future?
A story of fear and hope, loneliness and friendship – full of the heart, engaging characters and propulsive mystery that made The Goldfish Boy a breakout hit.
This endearing story is suitable for children aged 8 years and over. The Light Jar includes themes of psychological abuse in the home that may be distressing to some young listeners. Thompson sensitively and empathetically addresses these issues, offering hope and comfort.
- BZRK Book 2 by Michael Grant
BZRK has lost its first battle with the Armstrong Twins. But the war goes on...
As the Bug Man rewires the brain of the President of the United States, Plath tries to heal Vincent's shattered mind. Meanwhile, the eyes of the world are turning to the Armstrongs. Awkward questions are being raised. The wall of secrecy that surrounds the nano is cracking, and who knows what will happen next...
- Frozen 2 by Disney Press
Directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, and produced by Peter Del Vecho, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ feature-length follow-up to 2013’s Oscar®-winning film “Frozen” is slated for theaters on November 22, 2019.
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