Blog tour: ‘Rudy,’ by Paul Westmoreland, illustrated by George Ermos.

I’d like to introduce you to a brand new series of first chapter books for developing readers. The ‘Rudy’ series has a cast of spooky characters whose adventures will delight young wolf cubs and leave them howling for more!

Rudy and the Monster at School

‘There’s a new boy in Rudy’s school called Frankie, and everyone says he is SCARY. Which is really saying something, as Rudy’s class is full of ghosts and ghouls, and his teacher is a vampire. But when Frankie gets upset and runs away, Rudy knows he has to help him. The trouble is, Rudy’s wolf senses lead him towards the really spooky castle on the hill. Is Rudy brave enough to follow his nose, and find out the truth behind the monster at school?’

Rudy and the Wolf Cub

‘When Rudy finds a lost wolf cub at the skatepark, he knows he has to help him. Rudy tries everything he can think of to find the cub’s pack, but they’re nowhere to be seen, or smelled, and time is running out. Can a howl in the night change the fate of the little cub? How-how-harrooooow!’

Both of these stories feature a sense of adventure and fun which readers are going to love. Whether it’s caring for a lost wolf cub or helping a new boy at school – Rudy and his friends can be relied upon to pull together and get the job done. They’re also going to love the very generous helping of stylish illustrations showing them exactly what the gang is up to.

It’s fantastic to have a new series for the younger age range with a spooky twist – it’s definitely something which has been missing from the market. I’m looking forward to seeing which monsters join the cast as the series progresses.

Highly recommended for readers aged 5+


*Many thanks to Oxford Children’s Books for inviting me to be a part of this blog tour*

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