The Middleworld Diaries
Who lives in Middleworld?
You do! And so do we!
If you've read The Jaguar Stones books, you'll know that the Maya cosmos was divided into three layers like a sandwich: the breezy heavens above, the dank underworld below, and in between was Middleworld, the world of humans.
So our club blog is called "The Middleworld Diaries". This is where you'll find news about the Jaguar Stones books, notes from our lives as writers and illustrators, tales from our travels and school visits, and whatever else YOU want it to cover.
After every blog entry, you'll have a space to comment. So please send us your thoughts, ideas, questions and suggestions.
Looking forward to hearing from you, J&P
Category Archives: Jaguar Stones Books
Jaguar Stones Book Four The Lost City is being published in Turkey this month, so we sent a shout out to our wonderful Turkish fans who have made the Jaguar Stones series a best seller. Advertisements
If you’ve sneaked a peek at the cover reveal for Jaguar Stones Book Four: The Lost City, you’ll already have heard the exciting news that our publishers Egmont are redesigning all the covers in the series. (If you missed that post … Continue reading
We’re always thrilled when readers send us pictures or projects inspired by the Jaguar Stones books, but we don’t usually get to watch the art being created. That all changed last weekend when we met a Jaguar Stones fan called … Continue reading
Shhh, don’t tell the Death Lords, but Plague Island is for sale… Remember how, in Book Three, Max meets up with a vacationing Maya Death Lord on a creepy island near Venice? Well, that fictional location was based on the … Continue reading
The last time I drew pictures on the wall with a sharpie, I got myself into a heap of trouble. This time around it couldn’t have been more different. We were honored to join some of the best loved children’s … Continue reading
“Merhaba” is Turkish for “hello”, and today we’re sending out a big hello to all our new club members from Turkey. We’re so excited that you’re enjoying the Jaguar Stones series and hope to visit you in person one day. … Continue reading