Mariella, Queen of the Skies

Publisher: Barrington Stoke

Review

Mariella is a super-smart young scientist whose head is bursting with ideas. Her head is so full that she finds bedtime a real nuisance, as it tends to interrupt her when she is doing very important inventing.

But what if Mariella could put off bedtime by changing the way time works? By orbiting the Earth at over 1,000 miles an hour, she could make sure that the darkness of night never caught up with her. And surely everything she needs to achieve this can be found in her dad’s shed!

Presented in a small format as part of the "Little Gems" series, this humorous first chapters book is packed with colourful illustrations, and is ideal for youngsters making the transition from picture books to independent reading.

Share this page with your friends

More books like this

Rose’s Dress of Dreams

Author: Katherine Woodfine Illustrator: Kate Pankhurst

Bestselling children’s author Katherine Woodfine has created a beguiling, silky, beautiful tale based on the true story of the world’s first fashion designer, Rose Bertin. Perfect for any young fashion fans and for children just moving away from picture books.

Read more about Rose’s Dress of Dreams

Mary’s Hair

Author: Eoin Colfer Illustrator: Richard Watson

Mary hates her hair! She thinks it looks like a big bush growing on her head. She fetches the scissors from the kitchen drawer and cuts it all off.

Read more about Mary’s Hair