Horrible Horace: Children LOVE Him. Parents HATE Him.
Horrible Horace is a boy, a little tyke who gets up to all sorts of mischievous goings on. This book contains three stories, all of them full of... More > excitement, intrigue - and adventure! Story #1: Horrible Horace Flies a Kite. Story #2: Horrible Horace Takes a Little Vacation Story #3: Horrible Horace, Lousy Linda and Miss Battle-Scars' School Chair No matter what age you happen to be, you will LOVE reading these colorful stories.< Less
This book contains six stories about The Three Faerie Sisters. It begins with a little green man, called Yoruk, telling them they are faeries. After that, their wonderful adventures begin. I hope you... More > enjoy reading them.< Less
Alice in Wonderland on Top of the World
First, she discovered Wonderland…
Then she slipped through that fascinating Looking Glass…
Now, she’s on Top of the World.
The continuing... More > adventures of a girl named Alice< Less
A Christmas Story: Christmas Eve so still I know, but something’s in the wind. There’s a sense of magic about; it’s now we need our friends. PLUS THREE BONUS STORIES. 1. I Fell Down... More > a Waterfall. 2. Cracks in the Pavement. 3. Ten In One Scopes.< Less
Aliens landed in Ballykilduff and other strange stories, a selection of short stories by Gerrard Wilson.
Aliens Landed in Ballykilduff – The Story.
Aliens Landed in Ballykilduff... More > – The Poem.
The Haunted House.
I Caught Bird Flu.
Waiting Especially For You.
Stone The Crows.
Live a Full Life.
The Fertilizer Song.< Less
We were not boy wizards, vampire’s assistants or even living skeletons, we were normal everyday people living normal everyday lives, with no inkling of the tremendous events that were about to... More > unfold.
Our adventure began with the arrival of a peculiarly small Christmas card, which sent us hurtling to the mystical land of Onisha, where Umahia, the Grand Mystic, asked for our help. He told us that he needed our help to fight, stop and ultimately defeat ‘Miafra, the evil,’ the mystic who had stolen his powers, the seasons, free will and all time. Umahia told us that we had powers, powers that up until then we had no inkling we possessed, which might, just might help us to defeat the evil man…
We had no idea, no inkling whatsoever, that we were going to be attacked by Protectors atop Hound-Horses, fight a statue hell-bent on killing us, be betrayed in our sleep, and be forced to fight a dangerous beast called a Dragonsaur. If we had, we might have chosen not to heed Umahia’s call...< Less
An unusually small Christmas card transported Wot and Nott to the magical land of Onisha, where Umahia, the Grand Mystic, told them that Miafra had taken it over. Umahia asked them to help him rid... More > Onisha of the evil dictator, Miafra. Having accepted the challenge, Wot and Nott set off, determined to put an end to the despot’s cruel rule.
Having eaten from the Tree of Knowledge and Wisdom, Wot and Nott sailed across the Sea of Loneliness in a five hundred year old boat, to Onisha proper, where they met a statue hell-bent on destroying them.
Continuing their quest to save the land of Onisha, Wot and Nott must travel further across it. After fighting their way past a Dragonsaur and then battling the dreaded Protectors, they find the Temple of Wan, where an incredibly old man named Ondo-O-Osqualo tells them that all is not well in the Realm of the Black Crystals...< Less