‘The Tale of Greta Gumboot and Other Stories’ is a collection of illustrated children’s magical adventure stories about brave (and not so brave) boys, girls, wizards, witches, talking animals and more. The tales are set in strange and wonderful worlds, sparkling with magic. There’s also a selection of rhyming stories in the collection. These include some of my favourites the Epheline stories. He’s a very magical animal who is part cat, part Elephant, particularly cute, furry and purple as they come. He loves cakes and has the ability to let out a magical musical whistle, which sends children safely to sleep back in their own soft, warm beds. He prefers only to come out at night and is about to make some wonderful new friends in the woods and the park. The tales make great bedtime stories for kids. The story collection is aimed at boys and girls ranging in age from 5 to 8, although younger children can still enjoy being read to from the book and older children may enjoy the book too. There’s plenty of fun and adventures for any child. My magical book is available in paperback and in eBook form on the amazon kindle.
What they’re saying:
Review by Will Kalif from http://fantasyguide.stormthecastle.com. Five stars on amazon.com.
This is a fun book for children with tales of wizardry and magic. It is full of stories about dragons, unicorns and more. It also includes some enchanting rhymes. I enjoyed this book and it is suitable for children and adults of all ages. The stories, rhymes, and illustrations were all done by Lee. It is a nice creative work.
A Great Collection of Stories for Children(review by Barbara J. Smith) five stars on Amazon.com.
“The Tale of Greta Gumboot and Other Stories,” by Lee Pritchett, is a wonderful collection of stories set in a magical world. Greta Gumboot, the bad witch of the forest, loved turning forest animals into wonderful tasty treats. Imagine a real bunny turned into a chocolate bunny. Yummy! But, of course, this really wasn’t a nice thing to do so Greta Gumboot was taught a lesson by those very same animals she’d eaten. What a cute story with a good lesson. Greta Gumboot, bad witch-turned-good, ends up helping others and being a good friend to those she used to turn into candy! Greta Gumboot is just the first of several exciting tales in this book…