Langley-based Children’s Author Bruce Kilby has written four children’s adventure stories, with one more available, shortly!
(And he is always working on more!)
Dragor’s Fire – December 2021
by Bruce Kilby & Ken Johnson, with illustrations by Brianna MacDonald.
||Holly and her sidekick Taddy Boy
are called upon by the fairies, to help
save the world from an alien from the
planet Decay. The alien finds the ancient
secret burial grounds of dragons and
transforms into the hideous dragon
Dragor, who wants to claim the world
for his kind.
Olive (The Other Reindeer) – December 2018
by Bruce Kilby, with illustrations by Christine Lee.
||Set on Christmas Eve,
Santa and his reindeers disappear
leaving Mrs. Claus no choice but
to call on an inexperienced
reindeer named Olive,
to try to find them.
The Secret of the Eternal Dragon – November 2016
by Bruce Kilby & Ken Johnson, with illustrations by Jisoo Shin.
||This sequel to
‘Legend of the Tooth Fairy’
is set in modern times.
The Witch of Weasel Warren – Published Fall 2014
by Bruce Kilby, with illustrations by Dallas Lenton.
This delightfully fun and rather spooky story
is based in the fantasy town of Weasel Warren.
An evil witch and warlock are scheming to turn
Halloween into something more evil, set out to
have her weasel minions steal all the pumpkins
from a local farmers pumpkin patch, as part of
her dastardly plan.
A crow from the Northwoods by the name of
Duke Skysquaker, catches them in the act and
reports it to his farm animal friends. So, they,
and some magical friends they meet, set out to
thwart the evil plan.
Click here, to find out more about ‘The Witch of Weasel Warren’ storyline, the characters, and to see Chapter Plates from the book!
Legend of the Tooth Fairy – Published Fall 2013
by Bruce Kilby & Ken Johnson, with illustrations by Sean Cannon.
||This exciting adventure story, written
for children of teeth-losing-ages, is based
in the medieval town of Bicuspid on the Root Canal.
The secrets have been long forgotten as to
why the tooth fairy comes for children’s teeth until
an adventurous young boy named Garth
wants to become friends with a dragon
His innocence gets him into a lot
of trouble, as little did he know
that in the process, he would create the ancient
dragon wars and upset the long friendships between
fairies, dragons and humans.
With many bumps along the road, Garth becomes
a hero, with the help from his friends
turning back the evil Pyorrhoea Pete the Pirate,
his Henchwoman Ginger Vitis
and his hoard of bat-like Drooling Gummies.
Click here, to find out more about ‘Legend of the Tooth Fairy’ storyline, the characters, and to see Chapter Plates from the book!