Rachel is an ordinary girl who lives in Reading and who is experiencing the ordinary ups and downs of a child in her final years at primary school.
A lovely story told in rhyme, for very young readers, different or not.
In this eclectic mixture of poetry and short stories, Arbab draws on his personal reflections and experiences and gives us some food for thought about how we live our lives.
Daksha Patel's varied assortment of thought-provoking poetry paints a colourful, vibrant picture of nature, creatures and feelings of love, happiness, hope and despair.
When an unexpected arrival gatecrashes the opening ceremony of Broken Meadow's annual cicada hunt, teammates Hopskotch and Dobbin are detoured wildly off course.
Ryan refuses to eat any food!
Mum is in an angry mood!
Norman Armstrong and Alf Burton are an unlikely pair of political friends.
A complicated thriller, which entangles Wattle, a mother and wife, living what appears to be a very luxurious existence, in the exquisite seaside resort town of Lorne, Australia.
When Townie Spider curls up in a huge space to sleep, he doesn't realise it's a car!
Phew! Words from a Welshman illustrates Lee's talent and range in printed form.
Little Abbey Mcfly must learn not to lie.
As when her lies grew her friends became few.
Is she lying again - or this time is what she said true?
In Francis Road, in the East End of London, the amalgamation of inhabitants creates a colourful backdrop to the life and times of the early 1950s.