Hilda is a tough, blue-haired adventurer who lives in the wilderness with her mother and her trusty deer fox, Twig.Now the star of her very own Netflix show, Hilda was first introduced in a series of graphic novels by Luke Pearson. Hilda and the Hidden Folk is a faithful retelling of the first two Hilda stories, giving even more depth to her encounters with the trolls, elves, and giants that live in the wilderness around her home.On her quest to save her house from destruction, she encounters weather spirits, rides on the back of a woof, and helps a giant find his long lost love. I absolutely adored this book and cannot wait for the next one!
Introducing the novel based on the Netflix animated series, Hilda, coming to screens in fall 2018.
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
Luke Pearson is an illustrator and cartoonist who has fast become one of the leading talents of the UK comics scene. He recently worked as a writer and storyboard artist on the cult show Adventure Time. He is the author and illustrator of the Hilda graphic novel series.
“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.” —Publishers Weekly
“Snarky and fun.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Fun and adventurous, with whimsical illustrations […]” —Booklist
“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.” —The Beat
"riveting and wonderful" —Youth Services Book Review