Geoffrey Bumble and Friends
Published by chipmunkapublishing
‘Geoffrey Bumble and Friends’ is the second sequel to ‘The Tale of Greta Gumboot and Other Stories’, a collection of illustrated
children's magical adventure stories about boys, girls, wizards, witches, dragons, goblins, talking animals and more. The book contains sequel stories to
a number of those in the first two books, but is also written with new readers in mind, so everyone can enjoy it. The tales are set in strange and wonderful
worlds, sparkling with magic. There’s also a selection of brand new rhyming stories in the collection. There's even a new Epheline Story. In case you don't remember,
He’s a very magical animal who is part cat, part elephant, particularly cute, furry and purple as they come. The tales make great bedtime stories for kids. The book
is aimed at boys and girls ranging in age from 5 to 8, although younger children can still enjoy being read to from the book and some older may like it too.
There’s plenty of fun and adventures for any child. Currenty available in PDF Ebook and Kindle edition. Paperback edition to follow.
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The book contains the following
collection of magical stories and rhymes:
- Mr Bumble and The Mumble Bee
- Merissa and The Monsters of Darkness
- Holly and The Travelling Panda
- The Tale of Sheldon Wisecrack
- The Mystery of The Woodland Blur
- The Tale of Cerys Telling and The Tasty Treat
- Battle of The Sky
- The Monkey-Moo
- The Epheline’s Sweet Dream
- Madeline’s Big Moment
- Mr Care The Polar Bear
- Princess Nikita and The Great Birthday Ball
- Kingdom of The Bears
- Mer Eddie Deep In The Depths
- Little Peepo
Extract from 'Geoffrey Bumble and Friends'
Mr Bumble and Wilfred set out into the frozen forest. The bee buzzed closely behind, still a little dazed.
They were searching for a special squirrel, by the name of Julius Beetroot. Luckily after a good hour of searching,
they found him. He was sunbathing on a rock by a little frozen duck pond.
“Woof.” said Wilfred. Julius didn’t seem to have noticed them. He also seemed quite unaware of the cold.
“That’s right,” Mr Bumble shivered. “I wouldn’t have thought it myself.”
Julius took off his sunglasses.
“Dear Geoffrey,” he said, in his deep and hearty voice, “I believe you have a favour to ask me?”
“Um – yes” said Geoffrey. He was a little taken aback. “This bee...”
“Woof,” added Wilfred.
“Ok, Wilfred,” said Mr Bumble, sternly, “I’m telling him.”
“Grrr-mmmmmmm,” said Wilfred, moodily.
“As I was saying, this bee has lost his voice and is a little out of sorts.
Myself and Greta have been so far unable to find the cause. A most powerful healing tonic was able to restore some of his flying ability but that is all.”
ASIN: B004FPYY58(Kindle edition)
© Lee Pritchett