This gentle story is set in the tiny village of Tintagel in Cornwall, UK and is about two children in the same class at school, Grace and Gray. They are both keen young gardeners who find friendship through their shared interest. suitable for 4 years and over. About the layout of this book: I am a retired NHS orthoptist; that is a person who treats among other conditions, children who, even with rmal vision, have problems with their eyes that make it difficult to read comfortably and therefore find it harder to learn to read. I have published this story in larger print and narrower lines, which makes it easier for the young reader to move onto the next line. In all, it should make reading a more enjoyable experience. Look out for ather one of my stories with the same layout; The Shoes that Blew They are my Little Cream Books.
I am an Irish woman who has lived in Cornwall (UK) for 25 years and in Tintagel for 8 of those years, so far. I set this story in Tintagel because it is a truly magical place, perched on a high cliff with Atlantic rollers crashing on the rocks below. The wild scenery inspires the imagination and stories come easily to mind. This story is written for the young and fertile imagination and I hope it is enjoyed by all who read it. Rosheen