Our authors of the week are Katie and Kevin Tsang!
Our FREE audiobook this week is the ROARsome Dragon Mountain by author duo, Katie and Kevin Tsang! You can also watch a video with the couple, read a Q&A and discover their favourite children's books.
If you enjoy reading this book, your local library service has loads more ebooks to borrow for FREE. Ask your parents to help you join.
And for more reading fun including book recommendations, mini challenges, games and more, why not sign up to the Summer Reading Challenge
Watch the video
Katie and Kevin Tsang's recommended reads
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle
One of our all-time favourite books. A brother and sister duo go on an inter-dimensional adventure into new worlds to save their missing scientist father. Along the way they meet new friends and discover strength they never knew they had. Wildly original and clever, with so much heart.
Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow by Benjamin Dean, illustrated by Sandhya Prabhat
A young boy discovers more about himself, and his dad, on a trip to London Pride with his two best friends. Joyful, funny, and heartfelt!
Amari and the Night Brothers by B.B. Alston
An exciting adventure about a girl who has to save her brother from mysterious supernatural forces while also mastering her own new-found powers.
Q&A with Katie and Kevin Tsang
If you could be a storybook character, who would you be?
Kevin: I'd want to be Billy in our book Dragon Mountain, because he gets to bond with a dragon and gets a super-cool power too!
Katie: I would also like to be in Dragon Mountain, but I'd also love to be a character in Pages & Co by Anna James because those characters book wander into their favourite books, which means I could then go into ALL of my favourite stories instead of choosing just one.
What is the best thing about reading?
Reading takes you on amazing adventures and introduces you to new characters who can feel like friends.
What is your all-time favourite book?
Katie: A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle.
Kevin: Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton.
What can you do to get better at reading?
Read what you enjoy! Reread favourites. And try to discover new books too.