• Yay, thanks for the mention. I'm a bit behind this week. Will be along later 😀 @writingbubble @MarijaSmits

      Oct 25, 2016
Reading is good for kids and parents too

Helps Bonding

Reading helps you bond with your baby ...

Brain Development

Reading helps brain development in your child

Develops Empathy

Reading helps your child develop empathy

Check out my books for children below. 

Better Buckle Up: a story to make Car Safety fun.

better buckle up Ollie doesn’t want to sit in his car-seat or wear his seat-belt until Mum shows him some of the supercool people who use a seat-belt to keep them safe.


Do you struggle to persuade your child to buckle up their seat-belt?

Of course, car safety is non-negotiable with your toddler, but it’s not always easy. Many of them kick and scream and hate being strapped down.

Better Buckle Up tackles the issue in a fun way.

Things Evie Eats

Things Evie Eats

The story of a little girl with very definite ideas on the things she’d like to eat … as told by her big brother.

Know a picky eater?

Like many toddlers, Evie can be fussy over the things she chooses to eat. Good thing her big (-ish) brother comes up with a solution to keep everyone happy.

A story for fussy eaters everywhere.

The Story of SuzieW


Once upon a time a little girl was born in a gritty, Northern, industrial town called Warrington. Her name was Suzie.

Suzie learned to read even before she went to school, quickly finishing all the books in the reading scheme and most of the school library which meant there were always lots of stories whirling round in her head. She then turned to writing her own.