TOUR SCHEDULE: The Boy, The Wolf and the Stars by Shivaun Plozza

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for The Boy, The Wolf and the Stars by Shivaun Plozza.

November 16th
The Writer’s AlleyReview, Mood Board, Top 5 Reasons to Read The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars
Casia’s CornerReview

November 17th
Readers FoxReview
The Book Moo – Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Boys, the Wolf, and the Stars
Marie DaviesReview & Favourite Quotes

November 18th
Always, Bookish LoversReview & Favourite Quotes
Young at Heart ReaderReview & Mood Board

November 19th
dinipandareadsReview, Favourite Quotes & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars
Kait Plus BooksInterview
BetweenfoldedpagesReview & Favourite Quotes

November 20th
BooksDramas&More – Review
The Youngvamp’s Haven – Review & Mood Board
The Book DutchessesReview

November 21st
The Review BoothReview
Stocked Up on StarbooksInterview
Balancing Books and BeautiesReview & Favourite Quotes

November 22nd
Reading StewardessReview & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars
The Wandering WordsmithReview & Mood Board
Rajiv’s Reviews – Review

November 16th
TBR and Beyond – Blogger’s Choice
The Writer’s Alley – The Blogger’s Choice
Mixed_matched_socksReview

November 17th
Reader Fox – Blogger’s Choice
Abigail’s Lost in a Book Review

November 18th
Always, Bookish LoversBlogger’s Choice
Kait Plus BooksBlogger’s Choice
Young at Heart ReaderBlogger’s Choice
gingerly_readingReview

November 19th
dinipandareads Blogger’s Choice
onemused Review
Betweenfoldedpages Blogger’s Choice

November 20th
BooksDramas&MoreBlogger’s Choice
pagcturncr Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars
The Book DutchessesBlogger’s Choice
wineandreadwithbriReview & Favourite Quotes

November 21st
The Review BoothBlogger’s Choice
Mella’s MusingsReview & Favourite Quotes
Balancing Books and BeautiesBlogger’s Choice

November 22nd
Reading StewardessBlogger’s Choice
The Wandering WordsmithBlogger’s Choice
Rajiv’s Reviews – Blogger’s Choice
TheBookDemocracyReview

Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy
Publishing date: November 17th, 2020

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Synopsis:

A boy and his pet fox go on a quest to find a wolf who has eaten all the stars in the sky before the Shadow Witch destroys the stars and removes good magic from the world forever. 

Long ago, the land of Ulv was filled with magic. But that was before a wolf ate all the Stars in the night sky, ridding the world of magic and allowing Shadow Creatures, beasts made of shadow and evil, to flourish. Twelve-year-old Bo knows the stories but thinks the Stars and the wolf who ate them are nothing more than myths—until the day Bo’s guardian, Mads, is attacked by a giant wolf straight from the legends. With his dying breath, Mads tells Bo that Ulv is in danger and the only way to prevent the Shadow Creatures from taking over is to return the Stars to the sky. 

And so Bo—accompanied by his best friend, a fox called Nix, a girl named Selene who’s magic is tied to the return of the Stars, and Tam, a bird-woman who has vowed to protect Bo at all costs—sets off on a quest to find the three magical keys that will release the Stars. But Bo isn’t the only one who wants the Stars, and the friends soon find themselves fleeing angry villagers, greedy merchants, and a vengeful wolf. And all the while, an evil witch lurks in the shadows and time is running out. 

Shivaun Plozza is an award-winning author of books for children and young adults. Her debut novel, Frankie, was a CBCA Notable Book and won a number of awards, including the Davitt Awards and a commendation from the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award. Her second novel, Tin Heart, sold in three foreign territories, received two starred reviews, and was nominated to ALA’S Best Fiction for Young Adults list. Her debut middle-grade novel, The Boy, the Wolf, and the Stars, is forthcoming in 2020 from HMH Books for Young Readers and Penguin Random House Australia. She is a frequent contributor to anthologies, and when she is not writing she works as an editor and manuscript assessor.  

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