THE SCARY SPIDER
A true story about a scary spider who came to visit me one day. I thought she would stay forever but she didn't. It turned out she wasn't so scary after all.
Colourful enjoyable and not so scary - Alison Syron, age 8.
The Scary Spider is one of those books that will be read over and over. Joyful, beautiful and utterly delightful and one I'll be sharing with the little people in my world...http://fallenstarstories.blogspot.ie/p/picture-books.html
THE ADVENTURES OF JENNY, SYLVESTER AND THEIR SIX LITTLE CHICKS
Illustrated with vibrant pictures bursting with colour, Dolores Keaveney spins a sensitive story of lazy hens and Summer days, great adventures, and the warmth of home. Be warned! This is the kind of story that children will want read to them again, and again and again…" Patricia Forde Children’s Author
MEET THE FAIRIES IN MY BACKYARD
Meet the Fairies in My Back Yard educates young readers on the many types of plants and flowers in their garden, as well as the beautiful fairy folk who live amongst their leaves. Its bright illustrations and rhyming text will make it appealing to any young reader, but it will be especially well received by children with an interest in the natural or magical world.......Grainne Clear RTEjr Little Pages
Beelicious recipes with honey
Easy to make, even easier to eat, bright and happy; Beelicious recipes with Honey is more than a welcome addition to your cookery book collection. It’s a book that will generate an active interest in nutrition and environment and will promote family togetherness.Mary Esther Judy, Fallen Star Stories, Children’s Book Buyer, Dubray Books.
This wonderful book of Art and Cooking is sure to “Beecome” a favourite for “Beezy” little hands. It will “Bee” and encouragement for these hands to get cooking using honey, one of life’s great natural ingredients. This book will “Bee” a keepsake to treasure.Ann Hamill Casa Lara Cooking School, Italy
Mouth-watering recipes and cheerful, colourful illustrations. A treasure of delicacies to delight not just children, but any age. Definitely a book for keeps!Mary Arrigan Award Winning Author
If I Were A Bee
Told in a rhythmic and repetitive rhyme, If I Were A Bee takes us on a journey through all the possible activities of a honeybee making its’ way across garden, field and meadow. The text is wonderful, but what really makes this book is the brilliant, lively illustrations which tells the story on their own. Younger children can be seen pouring over the pages again and again, each time noticing something new. If I Were A Bee is clearly a labour of love and a pure joy. As reviewed by FALLEN STAR STORIES. http://fallenstarstories.blogspot.com/ http://www.dubraybooks.ie/kidsnews05.asp
My young son Robbie loved the book and followed the bee trail with his finger. The poems are lovely and educational with lots of colour on each page". BENJI BENNETT Award Winning Author of "Before You Sleep". http://www.adamsprintingpress.ie/
"It is bright, colourful and cheerful". KENNY'S BOOKSHOP GALWAY. http://www.bookshop.kennys.ie/