In book two – The Return of Tiddles – Ginger is the star of the playground, but is his head getting to big for his boots? The school Bully, Tiddles is watching and waiting. Has he discovered the secret of Ginger’s power and confidence?
I hope these stories will inspire you to get a copy from the library or from the links below, to be able to read along and then feel confident to read alone. Following along with a story is a brilliant way to build confidence to read a whole book on your own.
This is the true story of how the Forest of Dean came to be
This is a desperately sad love story that I wrote with the children of Woolaston and Lydney Severnbanks schools back in 2007. you can get a copy here:
It was part of a European Comenius project to create fairy tales based on our localities.
There used to be a a sculpture in the Forest called the Giant’s Chair. It became unsafe and has been pulled down and turned into charcoal now, but it used to sit high above Coleford. Made of Giant Oak tree trunks, it was our starting point for the story. Who was the Giant that sat on that chair? The story grew and grew.