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Tales from Brook Meadow

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Wilson and Verlicity, The water voles

The Tale of The Fallen Eggs

Kevin Richardson's Tales From Brook Meadow: The Tale of the Fallen Eggs is a wonderful nature story told with compassion and appreciation for nature, much like Gene Stratton-Porter. Each meadow creature is introduced with care, describing their different attributes. But, first and foremost, is the responsibility each creature bears for one another. This is a story of collaboration, caring, and respect for each other, regardless of their differences. When living creatures of nature can come together to help one another, they share a valuable message to the human world about being a caring creature. The plot develops with precision, accompanied by charming sketches of the natural meadow environment and it's living creatures. This is the first book in a series and I'm sure young readers will be fascinated to read more and learn about the natural world around them.

Emily-Jane Hills Orford -  25th May 2020

The Tale of The Fallen Eggs

One of the loveliest books a parent could buy for young children, easy to read, elegantly illustrated, and capturing completely the importance of caring for each other. A lesson well taught for life!

Margaret Grant -  29th October 2019

Victor the fox,having a morning chat with the twin mice Jeremy and Vincent

The Tale of The Fallen Eggs

Absolutely beautiful book with a very eloquent message of helping others and caring for the environment. Illustrations were also beautiful and just right for this lovely story.

Joan Ness -  1st August 2019