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
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
Meg Fig and the Dragon King
Meg Fig is in a quandary when she is suddenly confronted by the characters from out of the brothers Grimm fairy stories. But where do they come from she asks and how did... More > they find their way into Nutbury. There is only one way to find out and that is by climbing onto the back of the magic rocking horse and taking a trip into the world of witches, elves, pixies and dragons. Nevertheless who knows what she will find when she gets there.
It is all make believe of course, a children's dream that is brought to life as we follow Meg and her magic rocking horse to the strawberry fields, Sherbet Mountains and to a place where we will find a wizard who lives in a teapot house.< Less
Set during the reign of William and Mary, the King of clubs is the third novel in the Peck family saga.
William Peck is forced to leave his beloved Virginia and return to the land of his birth... More > where two kings are fighting for the English throne and the deciding facter will be the Monarch with the biggest club.< Less