I love it when I get reviews that make me realise I’ve mind-melded with a reader! https://stayathomecraziness.weebly.com/blog/book-review-the-curious-crime-by-julia-golding
Great fun last night at The Curious Science Quest launch. I was very proud to show the premier of our cartoon book trailer. Here it is for those who couldn’t come. Lion Childrens https://youtu.be/uRfxbHezcoE … See more
Book trailer for The Curious Science Quest. Travel with Harriet the tortoise and Milton the cat to see the most exciting events in the history of science.
If you like cake, dinosaurs and jazz (who doesn’t?), come along to the Oxford Natural History Museum tonight at 7pm for my book launch and have a slice!
Come and join me if you can tomorrow (Tuesday) at Waterstones in Cambridge. I’d love to see you there!
Lovely thoughtful review here of The Curious Crime. Thanks, Ruth!
What would life be like if British society had taken a different path in the mid-nineteenth century? What if science was seen as having all the answers, subjects like phrenology continued to be tak…
If you like voting for your favourite books, you might like to join in with this one. The Curious Crime is featured and this blog post gives easy instructions how to get involved.
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Here’s a little widget about The Curious Crime if you are doing some Christmas shopping. It includes a sample and links to reviews.
Is curiosity a crime? Ree discovers the unfairness of being a girl in a maledominated scientific world, where alternative ideas are swiftly squashed. Enter a fantasy island where Phil the dodo and other unusual wild animals roam corridors, great halls, and the underground network of passages inside…. … See more
This is for my readers in the Cambridge area. Interested in how fiction, faith and science can all get along – or maybe they can’t – that’s the question, isn’t it? I’m appearing with Dr Amy Unsworth, expert in the public reception of science, at Waterstones Cambridge 6pm 27th November. It’s a free public event to mark the launch of my science inspired children’s novel, The Curious Crime. Come with your questions and points of view for what I hope will be a fun evening discussing everything from Darwin to dodos. RSVP appreciated. … See more
You can read an excerpt from The Curious Crime (not case!) on The Whispering of the Pages blog. Just follow the link.
Happy Sunday, I’m here to share with you an excerpt from The Curious Crime, a thrilling new middle grade series from award-winning children’…
What have Stephen Hawking, dodos and Hypatia of Alexandria got in common? They are all inspirations for my latest novel, The Curious Crime. You can read what I have to say on Lisa’s blog.