Rhinos don't climb trees, they don't do many things, in fact the best thing about Rhinos is that they are very good at being Rhinos.
Early reader book, hilarious illustrations and gentle rhyme.
A fairy afloat is found by some terrible pirates, without the apprentice Sam, their wishes will be wasteful.
A funny, rhyming book suitable for beginners reading alone or together. Appears in top 25 children's books by UK Boats
A little girl who doesn't say a thing she doesn't laugh or shout nor sing, but she does like sledging. From the top of the mountain all the way down she meets many creatures, all with a voice.
More rhyming, suitable for beginners and fun to read together.
Does someone really collect all the missing, lost or simply mislaid and keeps them in a sack? But what about our own emotions where do they go? It's nonsense! A ridiculous rhyming book for advancing readers, beautiful illustrations and a sense of the absurd.
Two kings squabble over the riches of the land, but soon they are redundant and big business claim the earth's resources for their own, but who will protect the planet?
An enviromental book fused with fairytale.
Beginner reading level but an interesting discussion starter.
A very old tale of two persons in love. Despite the attempts of the Fairy Queen to keep them apart, love will set them free.
Written in a style of old English, for advancing readers with some minor trepidation. The illustrations reflect a dance of two people.
An island from the dawn of time, found by a wizard, this book tells stories from the island. Introducing chapters and the concept of a continuous story line. Also includes bonus stories including my take on the Big Bad Wolf (he's not bad it's everyone else.) Suitable for readers progressing but still with beautiful illustrations.
Slightly spooky tales from Mark Fraser's strange and unearthily friend Jacob Cracker (decd). Meet Hobyars, devils, bogeymen and the story of trick or treat.
A firm favourite at festivals and for halloween, to be told in the dark for young and old alike. Marvellous pictures for comfortable readers.
Original stories from Mark covering all points of the compass. The imps, giants, witches, a castle full of royalty and an ice cream goblin.
Excellent stories, all original, suitable for competent readers with one illustration per story. A must for those that like to retell stories be they beginners or ancient yarners.
By popular demand the story of Jacob Cracker and some of the tales he has collected. Mild trepidation, death and rabbits. Black and white pointilism illustrations. A smaller book but full of dark and thought provoking tales.