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("A New Beginning") By Barry Rigate
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A New Beginning is a document reflecting on the problems that a stroke survivor and his or her carer have to cope with. It is based on my own experience. It is a reminder to those who are in a... More > position where a question and answer session is required. Patience is the keyword. Please read the document and hopefully a stroke survivor and his or her carer will be listened to without complications arising. It is not easy for either party but believe me for a stroke survivor the fall out can be catastrophic.< Less
Meg Fig Boomsticks and Ballet Shoes By Barry Rigate
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A Meg Fig story where Children live their dreams as only children can do. Meg takes the reader into a world of witches, wizards, gnomes and fairies. But you may ask how does she get there, well that... More > is an easy question she rides a rocking horse turns left at cloud 65 and then flies straight on to cloud 43; as easy as that< Less
School without books By Barry Rigate
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Meg Fig stories are for children, but then aren't we all children at heart. Meg Fig are adventures into a land where children can live their dreams. That is why children love Meg Fig. She is the lady... More > who lives next door or perhaps she is the king hearted lady who lives in the next street. She may be our favourite aunt. Nevertheless Meg Fig is a generous loveable, compassionate person who would not say boo to a goose. Meg however is a good fairy to two very inquisitive children. To answer their questions Meg transports them to a land of witches, elves and before I forget; a school without books.< Less
The Silver Keys By Barry Rigate
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This is a story of a love lost and a new love found. A voyage of discovery to where death is a matter of fact. It is the story of courage whereby an English village makes a sacrifice that would bring... More > only heartache. Robert Watson tried and found guilty has to overcome Greed and bigotry. He is told a fairy story but is it to be believed? The fairy story had been embellished by each teller until it was a myth that was to last almost two hundred years; that was until the 1663 when it became a reality. When notes and missives were passed between Spain, France, England and Turkey. The silver keys had to be found.< Less