Berty Tumblefluff and Friends

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Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 1, 2011 - 127 pages
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Description'Berty Tumblefluff and Friends' is collection of magical, illustrated fairytale / children's fantasy stories about boys, girls, wizards, witches, dragons, goblins talking animals and more. The book contains sequel stories to a number of those in 'The Tale of Greta Gumboot and Other Stories', but is also written with new readers in mind, so everyone can enjoy it. The tales are set in strange and wonderful worlds, sparkling with magic. There's also a selection of brand new rhyming stories in the collection, which will hopefully provoke the odd bout of joyous laughter. There's even a new Epheline Story. In case you don't remember, He's a very magical animal who is part cat, part Elephant, particularly cute, furry and purple as they come. The story collection is aimed at boys and girls ranging in age from five years old to nine, though younger children can still enjoy being read to from the book, some older may like it too. There's plenty of fun and adventures for any child. I hope you all enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it... About the AuthorLee Pritchett was born in March 1986, on the Isle of Wight. He went to school there and then proceeded to study IT at college. Soon after college he was diagnosed with OCD. He has since lost interest in IT (Except for writing and illustrating uses and his website of course) and at the age of twenty he wrote a children's story based on a family member for a bit of fun called 'The Tale of Hammy Telling and His Little Telling Tummy'. With this, the first children's story he'd written in his adult life coming in the short list of the academy of children's writers competition, he decided to study with them with the aim of becoming a successful and respected writer of children's literature. He now has two published collections of children's stories, both written and illustrated by him.

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