image of the front cover of Rumblestar. The cover has an illustration of a red hot air balloon with two silhouetted passengers. One is falling out of the balloon basket, with the other holding onto them. the background is bright blue sky with white clouds, and underneath a mountain and forest skyline with a castle to one side. the title 'Rumblestar' is written in gold lettering on the red balloon.
image of the back of the book Rumblestar. the cover is the same bright blue as the front, with a few white clouds. the blurb is written in white and gold text.

Rumblestar (Volume 1 - The Unmapped Chronicles)

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'Adventures are unpredictable and often terribly badly behaved – a bit like pickled onions if you’ve ever tried to fork one on a plate – but they have a way of unlocking people and turning them upside down so that all the astonishing things fizzing around inside them start to tumble out…’
 Casper Tock hates risks, is allergic to adventures and shudders at the thought of unpredictable events. So, it comes as a nasty shock to him when he accidentally stumbles into Rumblestar, an Unmapped Kingdom full of magical beasts.
All Casper wants is to find a way home, but Rumblestar is in trouble. An evil harpy called
 Morg is sending her followers, the Midnights, into the kingdom to wreak havoc and pave the way for her to steal the Unmapped magic for herself. But Casper cannot turn a blind eye because the future of his own world, he discovers, is bound up with that of the Unmapped Kingdoms. 
And so, together with 
Utterly Thankless, a girl who hates rules and is allergic to behaving, and her miniature dragon, Arlo, Casper embarks upon an adventure full of cloud giants, storm ogres and drizzle hags. Can he, Utterly and Arlo, the unlikeliest of heroes, save the Unmapped Kingdoms and our world from the clutches of Morg and her Midnights?

The Unmapped Chronicles will not only leave children entertained, but will also empower them to battle climate change and environmental issues.

Suitable for readers from 8 years and above.

Author: Abi Elphinstone

Notes for Mortals:
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's UK
ISBN: 978-1471173660
Number of pages: 336 
Dimensions: 13 x 2.02 x 19.8 cm
Published: 30/05/2019

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