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Hilda and the Hidden People: Netflix Original Series Book 1 (Paperback)
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Introducing a brand new paperback edition of the novel based on the animated series, Hilda, now on Netflix!
Meet Hilda: explorer, adventurer, avid sketchbook-keeper and friend to almost every creature in the valley! Join our beloved heroine as she encounters her very first troll, negotiates peace with some very persnickety elves, and reunites two lovelorn ancient giants. Fantastic creatures and daring adventures are all just part of another average day for Hilda, but what will she do if she is forced to move to Trolberg city, far away from her beloved valley home? Dive into the adventure with this illustrated chapter book, based on the first two episodes of the show.
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.
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 Snap Chat. She is also working with Flying Eye books to illustrate the Hilda Netflix novel tie-ins. Her work is whimsical with bold color pallets and unique characters. Her work is often narrative and aimed towards kids.
“Dynamic cartoon art brings the book to life, Hilda’s bravery is an inspiration, and the world’s details—the giant she chats with, the rabbit-riding elf army—will pull readers in.”
“Snarky and fun.”
“Fun and adventurous, with whimsical illustrations […]”
“The Hilda books are already beloved favorites of many kids; the Netflix series and these chapter books are likely to get her even more fans.”
"riveting and wonderful"
—Youth Services Book Review