The Tide Singer

Eloise Williams, illustrated by August Ro
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Strangers, storms and whispers of legendary sea people... Eloise Williams skilfully interweaves nature and myth in her stunning Barrington Stoke debut.

In the wake of a tempest hitting her town, Morwenna is left to take care of a stranger washed ashore.

The storm is just another of many that have plagued the town for years - people blame the tide singers, legendary sea people who are said to charm storms with their singing.

Morwenna has never believed the tales, but when she is left alone with the stranger, she realises this is no ordinary girl. Can the stories be true? Can the girl control the tides with nothing more than her voice?

Her arrival brings danger of a different kind, and Morwenna must draw on all the courage she has in order to stop a conflict that could destroy her home...

Author bio:

Eloise Williams is an award-winning Welsh children's writer. Having trained in theatre, she worked as an actress for a decade before completing a degree in Creative and Media Writing at Swansea University. She has since published several books for young people, including Gaslight and Seaglass. She is the inaugural Children's Laureate Wales 2019-2021.

Category: Young adult fiction
ISBN: 9781800900110
Publisher: Faber Factory
Imprint: Barrington Stoke
Pub Date: April 2022
Page Extent: 104
Format: Paperback - B format
Subject: Young adult fiction