Welcome to the
Kingdom of Kernowland in Erthwurld


 KERNOWLAND is a magical Kingdom in ERTHWURLD created by author and school visitor Jack Trelawny and published by Campion Books

Book 1
Kernowland 1 The Crystal Pool
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Book 2
Kernowland Darkness Day
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Book 3
Kernowland Invasion of Evil
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Book 4
Pigleg's Revenge
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Book 5
Kernowland Slavechildren
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Book 6
Kernowland Colosseum of Dread
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To purchase the Kernowland
series
 of books,
and other books by Jack Trelawny, click here

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KERNOWLAND
The Crystal Pool
Amazon Customer Reviews
BY PARENTS

Cornwall Map

A modern classic!
Jack Trelawny presented his book to my sons school. The story and interactive introduction inspired both my children to request signed copies. My eldest told me exactly where to go and at what time! Considering he has problems with his memory, this is no mean feat! I might also add that he is a reluctant reader and very few books capture his attention. 

  My 7 year old ASD child who cant read was also taken by the book and even though he usually throws books away in frustration, he really treasures this one. 
  I have read this book with my children and its brilliant. Not just the story which is an adventure set in Cornwall but the text, the layout of the book, the colour of the pages and the length of each chapter. These points may not seem important to some but those parents who have reluctant readers or those with dyslexia, irlen syndrome, ASD etc will appreciate how important these are. 
  If you want to buy a child a gift then make it this one!
   Note the author: Thank you!
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Great Books!
My son won this book in a raffle and was absorbed from the first chapter! He then progressed to haranguing the local bookshop for the second and third books!
  They can be somewhat bloodthirsty, but this does not seem to bother children (in the tradition of Grimm etc!), and there are many good touches that make them think - the slave boat going to "Acirfa" for instance. When he worked out this was Africa, he then started looking for all the other anagrams!
  As we live in Cornwall, he has had fun spotting the place names of places we go and have been to.
Great book for reluctant readers too -  I have recommended to several friends children, who weren't that keen to read, and they have all been engrossed too!
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Kernowland News 

02 April 2007

Jack Trelawny to Sign
Kernowland Books
at:

Waterstone's Aylesbury
on Saturday 14 April 2007

&

Waterstone's Truro
on Saturday 28 April 2007

&

Waterstone's Worthing
on Saturday 12th May 2007

Campion Books are very pleased to announce that Jack Trelawny, the author of the Kernowland series for children,

 

will be signing and dedicating copies of his books at

Waterstone's Aylesbury  (Map)

on

Saturday 14 April 2007

between

11.00am and 1.00pm

&

Waterstone's Truro  (Map)

on

Saturday 28 April 2007

between

11.00am and 1.00pm

&

Waterstone's Worthing  (Map)

on

Saturday 12 May 2007

between

11.00am and 1.00pm


Picture: Peter Glaser

Since the launch of, Kernowland 1 The Crystal Pool, in September 2005, Jack has now visited over 100 schools around the UK with his Kernowland 'edutainment' talk and slideshow.

  

This is a lively, hour-long, session, in which the children are entertained at the same time as learning how Jack writes his stories.

To book a Jack Trelawny event at your school,

(anywhere in the UK), contact:

 Jane Harvey, School Events Manager,
Campion Books, 35 Fernhill Road,
Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1LE
E:
cornwall@campionpublishing.com
T: 07791 289020

 

   
Reviewed by boy, age 10
This is the first book I read by myself, I loved it and kept wanting to read more. I liked the descriptions of the scenery & the creatures, especially the crabs, I could picture them all in my head. I liked the maps too. The ending was good, I want the other Kernowland books for my birthday.

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Reviewed by girl, age 8
I thought it was a fantastic book and I loved it. I like the fact it has a map and that it is based on real life. My favourite character was Louis because he had lots of different weapons. I especially liked the part when Louis was in Eden Valley.
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