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Children's Book of the Month

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Ashley and Jordan have always been passionate about empowering young people and reaching them through the storytelling of dance.

Fly High Crew by Ashley Banjo and Jordan Banjo

Fly High Crew: The Green Glow (2021's most exciting kids' book from the Diversity - Ashley Banjo

An action-packed, laugh-out-loud, high-energy story for boys and girls featuring adults taken over by aliens and a brave group of kids who must work together as a team to stop them!

From TV personalities and Diversity street dance superstars, brothers Ashley and Jordan Banjo.

Brothers Trey and Jax spend after-school hours rehearsing with their street dance collective the Fly High Crew, until the evening they see a green beam of light flash out of the sky and are thrown into an out-of-this-world adventure! Aliens have landed and are mind-controlling all the teachers and adults: can the Fly High Crew work together as a team and save the day?

Written in collaboration with Alexandra Sheppard. Full of fantastic art by Dionna Gary Bunn.

£6.99

£5.89

Meet the Authors

Ashley Banjo and Jordan Banjo

Ashley Banjo and Jordan Banjo are brothers and founding members of Britain's Got Talent-winning street dance collective, Diversity. Since winning Britain’s Got Talent in 2009, both Ashley and Jordan have gone on to have careers in television and radio. Ashley is currently a judge on ITV's Britain's Got Talent and Dancing on Ice, and Jordan is a presenter on BBC1's The Greatest Dancer and is the KISS FM Breakfast Show host. Diversity will be touring nationwide in 2021.

Fly High Crew: The Green Glow is Ashley and Jordan’s debut children’s book, and many parts of the book are inspired by the brothers’ involvement in Diversity and their own sibling dynamic. Ashley and Jordan love sci-fi, and they wanted to write an action-packed adventure that they would have wanted to read as children.

Ashley and Jordan have always been passionate about empowering young people and reaching them through the storytelling of dance.