Velda the Awesomest Viking and the Ginormous Frost Giants

Velda the Awesomest Viking and the Ginormous Frost Giants

ISBN 9781782507857

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by David MacPhail; Illustrated by Richard Morgan

Tiny and mighty Velda embarks on an icy adventure to battle some enormous enemies, all while proving she's the awesomest Viking around. A hilarious illustrated chapter book from the creators of Thorfinn the Nicest Viking.

Oi, you snivelling pig-dogs! Are you ready for a Viking adventure?

Velda is a small girl with a big axe, and she knows how to use it. Alongside her misfit crew, she's living her best Viking life, sailing the seas in her very own longship and teaching anyone who thinks she's 'just a little girl' a lesson.

But when a raid on the vault of the treasure-obsessed Count Stollenberg goes wrong, Velda is forced into a deal to bring him the legendary Frost Hammer. The only teensy tiny issue is that it belongs to the Frost Giants, who are anything but teensy tiny. Velda and her crew must trek across snow and ice to break into the giants' mountain home, but it seems the Frost Giants are happier to see them than they expected. A bit too happy, in fact…

Join Velda on her mission as she schemes her way out of scrapes and battles enormous enemies, all while proving she's the awesomest Viking around.

Recommended by the publisher for ages 6-9 yrs.

Softcover, 160 pages.  197 x 158 mm (6.5 x 7.79 inches).  With 50 black and white illustrations.

Floris Books.

About the Author

David MacPhail left home at eighteen to travel the world and have adventures. After working as a chicken wrangler, a ghost-tour guide and a waiter on a tropical island, he now has the sensible job of writing about yetis and Vikings. At home in Perthshire, Scotland, he exists on a diet of cream buns and zombie movies. David is also the author of Yeti on the Loose and the Thorfinn the Nicest Viking series.

Richard Morgan was born and raised by goblins on the Yorkshire moors. He has painted backgrounds for Disney TV and now writes and illustrates children's books. He lives in Cambridge, England, and has a family of goblins of his own.


Praise for Thorfinn the Nicest Viking:

'Hand these to fans of How to Train Your Dragon.'
-- School Library Journal

'With short chapters and plenty of laughs on every page, this highly entertaining series of Viking antics is ideal for confident independent readers. Hilarious illustrations accompany the witty text, and there are puzzles and trading cards to be enjoyed at the end of the book.'
-- BookTrust

'It is a story filled with humor that will appeal to young readers... Readers who like the graphic novel/fiction book format will like the cartoon like illustrations throughout the book. Reluctant readers will find the format and short chapters accessible.'
-- Youth Services Book Review