Growned

      Tracey Meredith
Growned

For Liam, a move to the country is bad enough. But bad goes to worse when he's kidnapped and shrunk by a couple of fairies. It turns out Liam might be the heir to the throne of Fairyland, and not everyone is happy about it. Will Liam survive predators and the Vapourer's assassin long enough to be growned and get back home?For Liam, a move to the country is bad enough. But bad goes to worse when he's kidnapped and shrunk by a couple of fairies. It turns out Liam might be the heir to the throne of Fairyland, and not everyone is happy about it. His paternal Grandmother is ashamed to be related to the human race, while the Vapourer sees the uncertainty as an opportunity to grab power. Meanwhile, the other candidate for the throne is missing, presumed eaten. Will Liam survive predators and the Vapourer's assassin long enough to be growned and get back home? Will the Vapourer be impressed by Bogbean's attempt to make him "something purple and dashing"? Will anyone make it back alive? You'll have to read it to find out.Contains mild peril which some sensitive souls might find distressing. Aimed at 8 to 12 years plus.
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    Discovering the Wolf

      Tracey Meredith
Discovering the Wolf

Red's mother gets involved with a handsome man with a perfect smile. He won't take no for an answer and Red is starting to get worried. Connor has a theory, but should Red take him seriously? A short story to while away your bus/train journey. For 16years upwards.Red lives with her mother in a small town on Exmoor. She's got a yearning for Connor, the local garage owner, who perhaps has a yearning for her. They're thrown together in the most unlikely way when Red's mother gets involved with a handsome man with a perfect smile. He won't take no for an answer and Red is starting to get worried. Connor has a theory, but should Red take him seriously? A short story to while away your bus/train journey. For 16 years upwards.
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    Grandma Stannard (and why you shouldn't annoy the neighbours)

      Tracey Meredith
Grandma Stannard (and why you shouldn't annoy the neighbours)

“Trick or Treat?” said the boy, in an annoyingly sing-song voice.“It's April,” said Grandma coldly.“And?” offered the boy.And so begins the worst afternoon Grandma Stannard has endured for a long time. A short story based (very loosely) on an old fairy tale“Trick or Treat?” said the boy, in an annoyingly sing-song voice.“It's April,” said Grandma coldly.“And?” offered the boy.And so begins the worst afternoon Grandma Stannard has endured for a long time. People just won't stop knocking on her door, trying to sell her everything, from double-glazing to Jesus. And we won't even go into her sudden vermin problem or the mysterious man in black and white. What in the world is going on?A short story based (very loosely) on an old fairy tale.
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