"The Vales" Series of Children's Bedtime Stories
Grandmother Christine is a Grandmother in waiting for her own Grandchildren.
The Vales is Christine’s home for now and is a very magical place to create and experience life. Grandmother Christine has walked with many cultures on many lands and hopes to share a little bit of magic to all she meets along her walks. The inspiration for each story comes from living in The Vales at this time. The Vales just whispers stories to Christine often. They do deserve to be placed on paper and to be shared. Each story is written for a tall person to read to a wee person, so both may receive the magic that is woven through the pages of each story they share together.
A Children's Bedtime Story for a tall person to share to a wee person. That personal moment in time is such a beautiful memory to collect.
A magical place that resides between the Vales, with history, people and locations melded into each book.
Suited for all primary school ages.
Goodnight, Sleep Tight & Bless
"The Vales" Series of Bedtime Stories include;
" Ghost Train Walk"
With two quick bursts of the Ghost trains whistle it indicates that the time is 12 midnight, but as quick as we rush out of the front door we have never been able to catch a glimpse of that train, till now!
"The Bless Family Memories"
When a young woman returns to her childhood home and starts to remember her Grammy's stories. She discovers that some of those stories are real or are they?
"42 1/2 Almond Tree Grove"
The Almond Blossom Fairies introduce themselves to the young lassy as they help her remember her Grammy's stories, fables and tales.
"Secret Wee Caves"
A story about Max the Purple Dragon, who shares his story about how he met his Besty, my Grammy.
Author, Illustrator, Narrator and Member of Writers S.A., Grandmother Christine is found often in the local Hospitals children's wards or in the Primary Schools, sharing her wee stories.
Would you like a visit from Grandmother Christine? Just ask.
Postage & Handling included in price. $13 each