No Coffee for the Architrave is an independent sequel to Two Point Five Cheers for the Library and The Library Always Wins.
Willow, a young, beautiful Glaswegian girl, is visited one day by a vision of a dove sitting on branches encrusted with emerald and diamonds and, by Bambino, a real speaking butter
Meet Priscilla, a marvellously mischievous pet pig.
Renee is a very clever chicken and on her journey around the farm, she helps the reader understand various actions while making a very special friend.
Edward Sawson had arrived in a small village in the Downs some twenty-five years earlier with nothing but the clothes in which he stood.
A shocking, sobering tale of life of the forgotten children of India.
To the stranger's eye, especially the young, the USA is bedazzling, as they wonder what may be the biggest, the brightest, the coolest, in this amazing land of dreams.
‘History doesn't just disappear,' said Canute. ‘It has to be stored somewhere. Think how untidy the world would be if it wasn't.'
Where does history go
Richard Salter is the 13-year-old son and apprentice of a fish seller, who lives in the City of York, where there is great excitement among the Fishers and Mariners Guild.
The heartrending story of Sanzida Begum. Abandoned by her husband and betrayed by members of her family, Sanzida finds herself in a suffocating situation with six children.
When six-year-old Eva wakes up one night to the sound of shattering glass, her life is about to change forever.
The mood varies from quirky observational humour to sadness and back. Wherever you are, whatever your mood, there's something here for you to enjoy.