Here are details of my children’s books and where you can buy them:
When they make a baking mix up and create a ninjabread man, can they catch him before he causes mischief and mayhem?
This laugh out loud take on the story of the gingerbread man is a modern classic and is a tale that children and adults can enjoy together. Available at all good bookstores.
The Girl Who Dreamed of Sleep teaches children about healthy sleep habits. Sophia is tired. She can’t concentrate, she’s clumsy and the only way she can stay awake is with lots of sugary foods.
One day she decides to go for a walk and meets lots of animals who have suggestions on how she can improve her sleeping habits…but can she really get a good night’s sleep. Order at amazon today!
Noah is tired. He can’t concentrate, he’s clumsy and the only way he can stay awake is with lots of sugary foods.
One day he decides to go for a walk and meets lots of animals who have suggestions on how he can improve his sleeping habits…but can he really get a good night’s sleep. Order at amazon today!
Coronavirus in the words of children shares children’s perspectives of Coronavirus with heartwarming and hilarious quotes from children considering: what is Coronavirus, what was lockdown like and how is school different. Order at amazon today! All author proceeds going to NHS Charities Together.
NHS Charities Together CEO, Ellie Orton says: “It’s really affecting to read children’s responses to coronavirus in their own words, to see the impact this virus is having on their lives. We’re so grateful to Gemma for donating the proceeds from this book to support NHS staff, volunteers and patients as they battle the virus themselves.”
The Girl Who Lost Her Listening Ears is a humorous story about a girl who loses her listening ears. She retraces her steps from the previous day but can she find them? With craft inspired artwork, this is an original story that adults and children can enjoy together. Order at amazon today!
Emma from the Freelance Lifestyle says “A fun story to tackle the importance of listening. A must-read for any parent who is fed up of saying “can you listen please?””