Before the corona virus arrived we saw the younger generation demanding a sustainable future and a liveable planet for them to grow up on. With education and supportive parents this next generation can achieve great things and turn around the the devastating state of the planet that previous generations have bequeathed to them. On Twitter you will find one such member of that younger generation. She is a conservationist and an inspiration to all. So if you would like to see something positive about the world we live in and the hope we can all share for the future take a look at Rebecca’s Butterfly Farm.
Tristan, aged 7, has his own Facebook page set up and on it he reviews a variety of books. One of them was my Clever Dad and the Space Rocket. He and his brother enjoyed colouring in the illustrations and when he gets time he will review my other stories. Please like his Facebook page as he is a wonderful example of children should be at that age. Get the children reading more and watching less.
Apart from the above mentioned stories I have three other stories out there. They are:
Clever Dad and the Pirate Ship
Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow
Brown Bear’s Big Day Out
Each sale will generate a donation to a good cause. At the moment I am supporting Plantlife and Butterfly Conservation in the UK but am trying to find others to link up with.
My story, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow has just been reviewed very positively by a young reader and it will appear on the http://bkids.bee-craft.com/ website in August and in the magazine later in the year. Every sale generates a donation to http://www.plantlife.org.uk/uk
@Love_plants and https://butterfly-conservation.org/ @savebutterflies Buy it on Amazon as a story and colouring book and for the Kindle or as a pdf from http://www.junagarhmedia.co.uk @BeeCraftMag is a great place to find out about bees in the UK.