Kingdom of the Lost
Reviews of The Ice Maze
Isobelle 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...
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
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. The Booktopia Podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/booktopiapodcast
Reviews of The Cloud Road
Isobelle Carmody’s award winning series, The Kingdom of the Lost Book 2: The Cloud Road …“This is a gorgeous little hardcover book aimed at younger readers, complete with pen and ink drawings scattered throughout…This story will engage children at the right stage to read independently; many children given this novel will continue to reread and treasure it.”…-Nalini Haynes Read full review by Nalini Haynes on Dark Matter Fanzine – SF...
Reviews of The Red Wind
Isobelle Carmody’s award winning series, The Kingdom of the Lost Book 1: The Red Wind …”Accompanying the story are charming illustrations full of atmosphere and expression. They are drawn by the author herself– further fruit of Carmody’s talented creativity“...-Megan Burke Read full review by Megan Burke …”The Red Wind is an enchanting, whimsical story which will stay in the reader’s imagination long after they finish the book. I picked...
Book of the Year 2011 Winner
April 2011, The Children’s Book Council of Australia shortlist announced. The Red Wind has been shortlisted in the Younger Readers category. August 19th 2011, The Red Wind is the winner of the Younger Readers category.