Children’s Books

Welcome to my Children’s book corner. Jump right in and take a look at the selection of books I have available.


I would like to introduce you to the loveable bear, Moofy, and his best friend, Flo the cat. They have a delightful tale to tell about friendship and helping out. We all try to do a little to help others, but sometimes it is not the help they are looking for. Flo finds this out as she tries to help Moofy and ends up in a pickle herself! With funny illustrations to keep the reader entertained, this easy to read story is perfect for a young audience forging through their phonics for the first time. There are a few challenge words to keep older children on their toes and a story line that opens discussions on how we help others.

Click here to order your copy of Moofy and Flo.





Available on Amazon!


Meet Little One and Big Ox. They are my two new arrivals from a space adventure where they are travelling to different planets in a special canoe. Follow the ribbon trails to Venus and watch fire bears dance before your eyes, or bounce on the gassy clouds of Neptune, shouting aloud. Will there be a chance to find Little One’s mum? Take the journey with our favourite friends to find out.

Review of Space Dust:

“Sally Cronin rated it it was amazing
A perfect bedtime story.


A wonderful journey around the planets in a canoe paddled by a favourite spoon that will delight younger readers, and those reading the story to them. There are beautifully colourful illustrations between the stages of the trip, which will encourage a pause in the storytelling, offering an opportunity to discuss the journey so far. The two main characters, Big Ox and Little One are lovable travel companions as they head off in search of Little One’s mum. and discover creatures such as sea horses swimming in creamy mushroom soup. It is also an excellent introduction to our solar system for young children, and definitely a book to stimulate imagination and creativity.

At this time of year I am always looking out for print books for children for Christmas gifts that they can physically hold and enjoy many times. I can recommend Space Dust as a perfect example of this.”

Spoilt Miranda
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Meet Miranda and the scary Ms Crow.

Miranda might be a spoilt little girl, but after Ms Crow’s visit with the police, her family have a little lesson for her during their holiday to Aunty Joan’s.

Join Miranda, if you dare, on an adventure that will turn her life upside down and maybe, just maybe, less of a brat!


Cecil the Bully

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Cecil, on the other hand, is a nose picking, snot-licking bully who dreads Ms Crow’s visit to his school, Arden White Elementary.

After Mr Barnes, Cecil’s year 6 teacher is sent away Ms Crow takes over the class of notoriously naughty numb-skulls and has a lesson in store for them. Will Cecil and his minions still find it hilarious to blow up Easter eggs and send their teachers to the mad house? Find out!


Scat the Black Cat

Get your copy here.
Catch up with Scat, my little black cat, who has a rather greedy neighbour called Bruiser with annoying eating habits – he likes to eat Scat’s food!

Poor Scat has had enough. It’s time to teach that ginger fluff ball a lesson!  But, little does our furious furry friend know, he might just be the one learning a lesson about being a bully!


A Tale of Knots

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Down the hairline and up the valley of clips and bows, you might meet LeBrush sitting with his best friend, Babylock.  

Things are not always so neat and tidy in Hairington.  Unfortunately, the Knotsvillians have a better idea of how to comb through the crazy lifestyles of the Hairs and braid a new way of life for them, raising Hair’s heckles over Hairington.  The only creature capable of brushing his way through this difference of opinion is Lebrush, but is he up to the job? Can Babylock convince him that the Hairington Hairs have the right to live as they want to without being tied in knots? Click on the pic to find out.


Thanks for stopping by to meet my little friends and finding out more about their stories.

Whether you choose to find yourself plastered in brown goo in the middle of assembly, or struggling to remove the Knots from your Hairs,  you’re bound to have oodles of fun on each adventure. 

Wherever you decide to go, don’t forget to stop back here again and let me know which adventure you enjoyed most.

Have a great day!

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Eloise x

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