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Sophie Anderson

  • 5 stars across 4 books
    Sophie Anderson grew up with stories in her blood, from her mother, who is a writer, to her Prussian grandmother, whose own storytelling inspired The House with Chicken Legs. Now living in the Lake District with her family, Sophie loves walking, canoeing and daydreaming. She spends every spare minute reading, and loves to talk about books online, offline and to anyone else who will listen. Sophie's dream is to create stories that help children to explore the world and fall in love with its beautiful diversity.

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    3rd May 2018

    The House with Chicken Legs

    A breathtaking reimagining of the Russian fairy tale of Baba Yaga, The House with Chicken Legs is the award-winning, spe... More

    (95 reviews)
    5th September 2019

    The Girl who Speaks Bear

    SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2021 CARNEGIE MEDAL "Written with passion and compassion, Anderson's talent as a weaver of magic an... More

    (81 reviews)
    1st October 2020

    The Castle of Tangled Magic

    The magical bestselling adventure book by acclaimed author Sophie Anderson. Magic awaits, all you have to do is believ... More

    (35 reviews)
    31st March 2022

    The Thief Who Sang Storms

    "A timely quest infused with magic." The Times, Children's Book of the Week The hugely-anticipated, brand-new fairytale... More

    (18 reviews)
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