Spreading the word

imageMy latest book, How the Pirates Turned the Tide, has many positive messages within the fun story. The pirates learn life skills which will benefit them and the planet. Last month the book was launched at the Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine when a ‘Pirate Takeover’ weekend took place. I do hope that children will take on board(I like that!) the important messages and spread the word.

Pirates have their day.

imageWell the weekend of 19th/20th May saw How the Pirates Turned the Tide introduced to those adventurous pirates who visited the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine. Pirates of all sizes proved to make good audiences and we had great fun. After the readings there were lots of ‘piratey’ activities for all. The book has taken off well selling locally, online and in England. I do hope the messages it gives prove effective in their little readers. Plastic pollution is such a modern scourge we need to get this important information to youngsters who in turn might educate their elders.

I look forward to feedback and hopefully I’ll be reading the story to many new audiences after the summer holidays. I’ll be off to my French hideaway soon and I hope to get lots of writing done. Please look out for updates as my aim is to be more diligent in my blogging.

 

 

How the Pirates Turned the Tide

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Well…..here it is at last! This story involves a child, a feisty Gran and some hapless pirates. ┬áIt includes healthy lifestyles, recycling, self-sufficiency, sustainability and plastic pollution…how current is that! The beautiful illustrations prompt much interaction.

It’ll be available on Amazon uk soon..just going to add it to my list. This is a valuable teaching resource with opportunities for lots of discussion.

I hope it will be enjoyed by many children!

 

The Perfect Pirates

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Well, at last I can show the front cover of my latest book, How the Pirates Turned the Tide. This is a fun tale with amusing illustrations. The hapless pirates learn many lessons and become environmental saviours of the oceans.

Although this is a fun story it carries many important messages identifying issues of the day. I hope it will be read by many children who will learn about pollution and self sufficiency.

The book is currently at the printer’s so…….watch this space!