Cover Reveal – The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates by Jenny Pearson, illustrated by Rob Biddulph

I’m really excited to be able to reveal for you today, the cover of Jenny Pearson’s debut novel the hilarious and big-hearted ‘The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates’, illustrated by Rob Biddulph which will be published on the 30th April 2020 by Usborne.

So without further ado here it is…

I love this vibrant and bold cover illustrated by Rob Biddulph with cover design by Will Steele. Full of energy and humour, it hints at the chaos and carnage that Freddie and his friends cause on their incredible adventure, I’m particularly intrigued to find out what part the sheep and police have to play! Let’s find out exactly what they get up to in this super miraculous journey.

The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates

Freddie Yates loves FACTS. You can rely on facts. Facts don’t let you down. But the biggest fact staring him  in the face right now is that his super-sneaky journey is not going to plan. When he persuaded his two best friends to help him search for the dad he’s never met, he didn’t expect to set off a chain of miraculous events which have ended up with them all being on the run…

Worst of all, they’ve not even packed enough pants.

The holiday should have gone like this – Ben was supposed to go to America with his dad, Charlie was going to some vegan sanctuary with his parents and I was going to be loafing around the house. But none of this happened.

Three boys on the journey of a lifetime, discovering that sometimes what you’ve been looking for has been with you from the beginning…

A huge thank to you Fritha and Usborne for inviting me to host the cover reveal for this brilliant debut. ‘The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates,’ is available to pre-order now online or from any good bookshop.

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