"Warden Griffin at your service. Can I ask if you've seen a monster in the area ...?"
Grace's family are wardens of the Griffin Map, using its teleport technology to fight crime across Moreland. Although Grace is still too young, she longs to go on missions herself. After all, if her brother, Bren, can do it, why can't she?
So when Grace finds herself alone with the map when a distress call comes in, she jumps at the chance to prove she's up to the task. But the map transports Grace to a remote village where nothing is quite as it seems ... Has she taken on more than she can handle?
Be transported to a world like no other in this steampunk, fantasy adventure with family at its heart from Blue Peter Book Award-winner Vashti Hardy.
Publisher: Barrington Stoke Ltd
Number of pages: 112
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm
"An exhilarating, fantasy-fuelled steampunk series ... A reading treat for all fantasy-loving middle graders" -- Lancashire Evening Post
"Imaginative, illustrated fiction with adventure and a strong sense of family at its heart" -- The Reader Teacher
"With monsters, mystery and a plucky young heroine, The Griffin Gate offers perfect fireside escapism" -- Big Issue North
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