The Triumphant Tale of Pippa North is a story about an un-wish come true, impossible hats, curious lemon bars, disappearing horses, the places we call home, and is for anyone who has ever wondered what it means to be a real hero.
In the kingdom of Wanderly, everyone has a role, and everyone wants to be a Triumphant: the kingdom’s most glorious heroes.
Everyone except Pippa North. The last thing she wants is to be swept away from her family to Peabody’s Academy for the Triumphant, where things aren’t as Triumphant as they used to be.
No one in Wanderly wants to be a magician—would-be villains (dis)regarded as nuisances. No one except Oliver Dash, who is frantic to earn his magician’s hat before he’s left behind.
Which is why, when Oliver mistakenly receives Pippa’s letter wishing for a way home, he concocts his very own villainous scheme. Impersonating a fairy godmother should be a recipe for disaster. But with Oliver’s “help,” Pippa is about to remind all of Wanderly what it truly means to be a hero.
Coming from HarperCollins on March 24, 2020