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Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Hilda Tie-In series.
- #1: Hilda and the Hidden People: Hilda Netflix Tie-In 1 (Hilda Tie-In #1) (Paperback): $10.99
- #2: Hilda and the Great Parade: Hilda Netflix Tie-In 2 (Hilda Tie-In #2) (Paperback): $10.99
- #4: Hilda and the Time Worm: Hilda Netflix Tie-In 4 (Hilda Tie-In #4) (Paperback): $10.99
- #5: Hilda and the Ghost Ship: Hilda Netflix Tie-In 5 (Hilda Tie-In #5) (Paperback): $10.99
- #6: Hilda and the White Woff: Hilda Netflix Tie-In 6 (Hilda Tie-In #6) (Paperback): $10.99
The third tie-in book from the popular Netflix Hilda show is now available in paperback!
We rejoin our favourite blue-haired heroine to find her warding off the nightmarish Marra, rescuing weather spirits and searching for the elusive black hound, and she's still got to make it to the Sparrow Scout badge ceremony on time! There is no shortage of unexpected twists, turns and new friends in this latest instalment of the Hilda fiction series.
About the Author
Stephen Davies is a British author living in London. He has written for the Guardian Weekly (Letters from Burkina Faso) and the Sunday Times and is the author of several books for young readers.
Luke Pearson is an illustrator and cartoonist who has fast become one of the leading talents of the UK comics scene. He recently worked as a writer and storyboard artist on the cult show Adventure Time. He is the author and illustrator of the Hilda graphic novel series. He resides in Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Seaerra Miller grew up in a small town in Wyoming where she spend her days picking dandelions and watching old westerns from her grandma's small movie collection. In 2015 she moved to Portland, Oregon, to study art at the Pacific Northwest College of Art and Design. Since graduating in the spring of 2017 she has worked for several publications and organizations such as Cricket Media and Snapchat. Her work is whimsical with bold color pallets and unique characters, including the forthcoming Mason Mooney series from Flying Eye Books.
"Once again the team of Davies and Miller transform Luke Pearson’s graphic story into a novel and once again, they do a wonderful job."
—Youth Services Book Review