Reviews of The Ice Maze

the-ice-maze-bookIsobelle Carmody’s award winning series, The Kingdom of the Lost Book 3: The Ice Maze

…”The Ice Maze is the much anticipated third part in Isobelle Carmody’s The Kingdom of the Lost, and continues the story of brothers Bily and Zluty as they make their way across unknown lands, encountering strange sights and new creatures as they seek help for their friend the Monster, and a new place to call home.
To review this book I had to read the first two parts of the series first, and from the very beginning of the tale I was hooked.  The world of these books is endlessly fascinating”…
Christian Price
Read full review by Christian Price on Reading Time – The Children’s Book Council of Australia


Kid’s Book Review: 12 Curly Questions with Isobelle Carmody

One of questions is ” What/who made you start writing? ” for Isobelle to answer.

Click on the image below to read 12 Questions Q&A by Kids’ Book Review
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Interview by The Booktopia Podcast

…”Illustration comes first or you write the story first? or you do a bit of both?”…

Click on the image below to hear the interview by The Booktopia Podcast on Soundcloud.

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The Booktopia Podcast on Soundcloud:

The Ice Maze,Book three in Kingdom of The Lost is in stores.

the-ice-maze-bookBook three in Kingdom of The Lost series

The Ice Maze

Here is a glimpse of The Ice Maze:

Bily and Zluty, the injured Monster and two diggers journey into a land of ice and darkness. Here they find a secret settlement and learn more about the mysterious Makers plan. But the Monster must make a dreadful choice…


Get your copy of The Ice Maze with Penguin Australia

Unmasking The Wild

A unique collection of masks created by 22 of Australia’s incredibly talented children’s book illustrators and artists. The collection was unveiled at The Masked Ball that celebrated the completion of the the final book in the Obernewtyn series, The Red Queen and is currently on display at the Geelong Library and Heritage Centre until July 3rd.

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Unmasking the Wild – The Auction.

more information on Isobelle’s project, the illustrators that took part and updates can be found on the following link

Proceeds from Unmasking the Wild will go to the following two charities: IBBY’s Children in Crisis fund, and Animals Asia’s Moon Bear Sanctuary in Chengdu.