Wizard’s Guide to Wellington

Wizard’s Guide to Wellington by A.J. Ponder

WGcoverAn adventure for the young at heart through Wellington City, including Miramar, Eastbourne, and the Wellington Waterfront.

Alec’s Dad is kidnapped, his mysterious English cousin, Perrin, has gone missing, and he has found a talking book that insists the ground beneath his feet is dangerous – and alive!

Perrin has arrived at Wellingtowne Airport only to discover Ike, her cantankerous wizarding guide, has disappeared. Worse, her uncle is missing and she is all alone in the dangerous city of Wellingtowne.

Ghosts, taniwhas, magic … and a warning: “Bad men watch you”. Something is very wrong, and it’s up to the two cousins to rescue Wellingtowne & Wellington.

“Fantastic story – setting – character –full of tension and surprises – very cool.”
Mary McCallum

“Alicia Ponder has conjured a whirlwind of wizardry that will have you reaching for the nearest broomstick in this delightfully wild and unpredictable tale of magic, monsters and mayhem.”
Emanuel E Garcia

“A truly magical book.”
Lorraine Williams

Cover Art: Richard Ponder
Internal Art: Clem Winfield & A.J. Ponder

Publisher: Coombe House & Phantom Feather Press

ISBN Paperback :   9780473220303
ISBN Mobi:   978-0-9941155-4-6

Publication Date: 19/12/2012.
Hardback 224 pages.

Available: Good New Zealand book stores and on Amazon as an ebook. Wholesalers, retailers and booksellers, please order from Paul and Joan Greenberg of Greene Phoenix Marketing. Contact details here  or paul.gpm(at)xtra.co.nz

Enjoy the adventure!

A.J.’s other books and stories for all ages available at www.ronagallery.co.nz

The Great Weta RobberyLost in the Museum anthologyThe Best of Twisty Christmas TalesMiss Lionheart Omnibus

publications no longer in print below

School JournalAustralian Mags

 

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