In the Wye Valley Writers' first audio anthology for children, all ages will enjoy the adventures of kindly trolls, gullible giants, wicked queens and racing kangaroos. Make a mobile phone call to a noisy fairy, take tea in a caravan on the moon or discover an enormous pair of nostrils up your chimney. Lessons in capturing burglars, carrying out a dare and remembering to wipe your nose! A lovely collection of short stories for all the family, perfect for a long car journey.
"Silly short stories"
Ten-year-old Poppy's school holidays are transformed when she befriends the young troll Baggledorf at the forest lake near her Grandpa's cottage. Baggledorf is a chunky, hairy, but cuddly individual with a few vile habits, and many exciting hobbies. The fun-loving troll introduces Poppy and her dog, Fred, to quarry cloud racing, deep forest grass boarding and pine-tree sliding.
Learn French as you enjoy this first adventure in the Gargoyles on Tour series. Lost in Paris is an engaging tale in English about three of Notre Dame's funniest gargoyles. As you listen to the story, you and your children will pick up French phrases, get to know Parisian landmarks and absorb a little French culture along the way. Be warned: These stone gargoyles are fast movers, especially with the help of their long-lost cousin from Wales, Ifor the dragon!
In the Wye Valley Writers' first audio anthology, discover the truth about love with tales of dogs, zombies, chickens and vampires. Whether looking for love, finding it on the side, or falling out of love, there is a story for all. Join a mysterious stranger searching for his dream in the dead of night, sympathise with Henry and his broken home, and mourn the loss of Gloria.
"Interesting but not Fascinating"
Meet Ruddy Dreadful! Dreadfuls are stinky little creatures about the size of a small boy. They have sharp claws, crooked fangs, big bug eyes, furry bodies, and the kindest smiles you have ever seen. They are brilliant at many things from daredevil stunts to recycling, and Ruddy's particular skill is magic. Unfortunately Ruddy also has one or two faults. In this first story in the series, Ruddy learns how to remember the magic words: please and thank you.