Why would Pi stop Dye Ameter walking more than three times round the table? And why would Mr Ameter do what Pi told him? Ben Small is good at English but rubbish at Mathematics. Branded a cheat by... More > the headmaster of Cottomwall Grammar School because of the inconsistencies in his test results Ben feels he has no choice but to run away. Due to the storm he beds down for the night in the science lab of his school where, quite by chance, he meets a talking snake called Adder. Hearing Ben's story Adder asks Ben to come with him to MATHAMAGICAL, the city of Maths to help them solve an English problem and stop a war with the Advancing Alphas. Join Ben and Adder as they journey across the mathematical landscapes in their quest to save the numbers.< Less
Mathamagical II - Anagramaphobia: at word's end
The nouns don't know who they are. The verbs have stopped doing anything. And I can't even begin to describe what's happened to the adjectives!... More > Adder's gone missing, the letters are in trouble and Pi hasn't got a clue what's going on.
It's been nearly two years since Ben visited the city of Mathamagical. Now he must return to the lands beyond the skirting board though this time his journey will take him to Alphabet City, in the land of the Alphas, to help defeat the evil witch Manarag. With her pet, the Raid Pestgin, Manarag has come to this realm to jumble up all the words and remove all colour from language.
Join Ben as he journeys across Diction Land to find his friend and stop all language from suffering extinction.< Less
The Book of Colin is a collection of poetry covering a wide array of subjects that range from the serious matters of hate and love, memories of childhood and the loss of a parent, historical ghost... More > stories to an affection for the number 5.
Colin has gathered together all his poetry works into one place as an attempt to provide the reader with an opportunity to glean some form of personal insight or deeper connection to the subject and the feeling. Connecting with the author on a level that may not have been intended, but is certainly there is one of the great joys of the written word.
While poetry has primarily been a means of personal expression for Colin through the years, it is his hope that in taking the time to look through this collection, you find a piece that also means something to you.
And if he manages to do this, while at the same time making the name 'Colin' cool, he'll be a very happy man indeed< Less