Hilda is back for season two on Netflix this week! Based on the star of Luke Pearson’s graphic novels, the fearless, free-spirited Hilda finds new friends, adventure and magical creatures when she leaves her enchanted forest home and journeys to the city.
If you’re dying to watch Hilda’s new season but don’t subscribe to Netflix, you can borrow a Ruku streaming device and use our subscription or, better yet, just read these books. You can pick them up curbside or, if you live in Norridge/Harwood Heights, have them delivered right to your house!
Hilda and the Troll by Luke Pearson
The first book in the Hilda series. Introduces Hilda, an adventurous young girl who lives in an idyllic mountainous wilderness with her mother and deerfox companion, Twig. In her first outing, she encounters the enigmatic Wood Man and discovers a rock shaped suspiciously like a troll.
Hilda and the Midnight Giant by Luke Pearson
The second book in the Hilda series. A community of invisible elves want to kick Hilda and her mother out of their home. Hilda embarks on an adventure to seek out the person in charge and persuade them otherwise. Meanwhile, a mysterious giant appears each night and nobody knows why.
Hilda and the Bird Parade by Luke Pearson
The third book in the Hilda series, in which Hilda begins her new life in the bustling city of Trolberg. After befriending a talking, amnesiac raven, she takes a wrong turn and finds herself lost among the unfamiliar maze of streets and towers. As the daylight fades, Hilda’s mum begins to worry…
Hilda and the Black Hound by Luke Pearson
The fourth book in the Hilda series. Eager for adventure outdoors, Hilda joins her local branch of the Sparrow Scouts. Her efforts to obtain badges are complicated when she meets Tontu, a physics-defying house spirit without a house. Meanwhile, Trolberg is haunted by sightings of a shadowy and mysterious beast.
Hilda and the Stone Forest by Luke Pearson
The fifth book in the Hilda series. As her adventures begin to get out of hand, Hilda gets herself grounded. When an escape attempt goes awry, she finds herself accidentally cast into a mysterious stone world, dragging her Mum and Twig along with her.