‘Teddy's in bed
With a cold in the head
And I'm the one to blame.
I was outside,
With toys spread wide,
Having a lovely game.'
Cynthia and her husband go for a walk in the countryside, as they often do. On this occasion they spot some small animals on the spillway by a dam. They have the idea of rescuing the creatures.
Help arrives just in time, and from an unexpected source, to save a critically ill child.
A boy who has never spoken is given the time and attention he needs to grow.
An older lady is given a second
In a series of well-constructed vignettes, Susan M. Lane uncovers, unearths and exposes the secretive side of human existence. Sometimes the evil that resides within the deepest recesses of the human
It's a beautiful summer's day in Ireland and Maureen dreams of dancing to the piper's tune.
Can a trip to the moon, via a rainbow and a whimsical umbrella, make Maureen's dream come
Integrating modern life and everyday social situations: education, relationships and even knife crime, with nature: trees, bees and rain, this collection of modern poems roll easily off the tongue.
In The Power of Surge, Dr Michael Waters has written a very useful and helpful book. It would behove everyone to read it. The author lays out his case for the moral imperative of all the citizens
Ollie is presently an only child whose parents both work. Occasionally Grandad is called upon to look after him. Luckily for Ollie, Grandad is great fun and always has an exciting outing for them.
The burning question: Who or what is God and does he exist?
Mrs Union's class have been learning about similarities and differences between people.
In this enchanting collection of sixty-five poems, Lillian Harrison leads us on a compelling voyage of discovery of the human heart.
Rudd, Ola, Yann, Gann, Bell, Plum and Plim are the Rainbow children. They live in a white castle in the clouds.