How to Train Your Dragon meets The Indian in the Cupboard on a beach in South Wales.
Ed Clarke is Head of Film and Television at Shoebox Films, where he works with the acclaimed director Joe Wright and producer Paul Webster. He lives in North London with his wife and two young daughters who would like to be fairies.
This is my favourite kind of discovery: An utterly enchanting
story, propelled by a clever heroine, a tiny dragon, and huge
heart. Warm, witty, and full of excitement. * Cat Doyle, author of
The Storm Keeper's Island *
A cracker of a new middle grade adventure . . . Seamless storytelling interwoven with fascinating science, and Gweeb is the most loveable dragon since Pete met Elliott. Perfect for reading aloud! * Piers Torday, author of The Lost Magician *
Wonderful storytelling, a very loveable dragon, some seriously nail-biting moments, and an important message about freedom. Also set in beautiful Wales! Hurray! Loved it. * Eloise Howe, author of Gaslight *
Poignant, enchanting and funny * Lancashire Post *
A fun and pacy adventure * Angels and Urchins *
A heart-warming story * Guardian *