Another whole decade now weighing upon her Poor Jillian worries she’ll soon be a goner: “Perhaps reinvention Will cure apprehension? I don’t yet know how, but I’m gonna!” Maybe something’s amiss with my lifestyle or diet? I’m honorably qualified, certain to find it! (just on the quiet) And as I’m precocious At self-diagnosis Here goes! […]
A small village in Switzerland is home to an ancient puzzle. A mysterious symbol on the village crest shows a broken rock and three trees, but no-one knows what it means. Where is the rock? Why is it so special? And where on earth did it come from? As you journey through this story with Marley and Caed you will have to decide where to go to help them solve this mystery …
Written for the arrival of a new child with two mathematically-minded parents, this one had to be a little special.
Some of my books are intended for new babies, but this one is a little bit different …
This book was so much fun to write! It was created to celebrate a long-awaited arrival (and also because the world needs more limericks …)
An ex-flatmate was turning 40, so I thought I’d try and put together a survival kit for her as she headed into her fifth decade. It has everything you’d need – gardening time, running shoes, vitamin T (she’s British, after all), swings and chips, and of course, some good books.
A card for my niece, Sophie, for her (no surprise) 6th birthday.
The second card I tried – this one a bit more ambitious than the first!
This was my first go at making a pop anything – a birthday present for my Mum.
… or, Happy 5th Birthday to Anna!