Annabel Steadman's debut Skandar and the Unicorn Thief, a magical middle grade series, was subject to major auctions for both book and film. In 2019, she was awarded a Distinction in a Creative Writing Masters from the University of Cambridge. Before focusing on writing, Annabel worked in both corporate and family law until she realised that there wasn’t nearly enough magic involved.
Genres: Children's Fiction
A F Steadman recommends
The Christmas Club (2023)
(Christmas Carrolls, book 3)
"Full of fun, friendship and the importance of kindness. Guaranteed to lift your spirits!."
Adia Kelbara and the Circle of Shamans (2023)
(Adia Kelbara and the Circle of Shamans, book 1)
"An immersive, funny, clever fantasy with real emotional depth. I couldn't put it down!"
(Arkspire, book 1)
"Arkspire is a triumph - Mortal Engines meets Lockwood & Co. An endlessly imaginative world, explored through perfectly drawn heroines I adored. The magic is mesmerising, the humour masterful and the adventure magnificent. Jamie, you absolute genius!"
Until the Road Ends (2023)
"A truly brilliant book. Phil Earle is the kind of writer who shines a light on what it is to be human, what it is to be loved, and how an adventure can help us find ourselves, whether that be on the page or off of it."
The Magic Hour (2023)
"I really couldn't put The Magic Hour down. The concept is genius, the characters are unforgettable, and the adventure is thrilling. A book I'll be recommending to everyone!"
(Greenwild, book 1)
"Phenomenal . . . If you don't believe in magic, you will after you've read Greenwild."
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