Freya’s friends were invited round to tea by her mother. They were all very excited when Freya saw another note outside the blue fairy door. Freya and her friends opened their palms, said “I wish” and went on an amazing magical adventure ! Come and join them !
This is a tale about a wonderful fairy door adventure. Join Freya as she visits a magical fairy land, meets some new friends including Luna and Aurora, discovers fairy cakes and returns back home with some sugary rose buds. We all love Fairy Tales – this is my own specially written fairy story. If you’d like a story or poem written especially for you, (with your carers/parents permission) please leave a request in COMMENTS on this website. I look forward to writing something just for YOU !!!
I met Sammy and his family at one of my story telling sessions at The Novium Museum, Chichester. He loves anything to do with rocks and minerals and had brought some of his collection with him. It was magical ! This is a tale about one of Sammy’s adventures.
Join Chris. and Birdham Bear on a wonderful night of starry, dream-filled wonder. We are all unique and have special gifts to bring to the world.
This is a fictional story but based on historical events. We meet four children in 50 BC in their Briton village, their meetings with the Gaul Warrior and whom today is known as The Mystery Warrior.
In 2008 a grave was uncovered in North Bersted near Bognor Regis West Sussex, which held the secrets of an Iron Age Warrior. He became known as the Mystery Warrior, because experts are continuing to find out more about his life journey. My story is about three children in 51BC who see the invading Roman army; it’s fictional but based on historical events. For more information about this fascinating man, go to the Chichester Novium Museum’s website and spend time enjoying their resources.
This story is by Oscar Wilde and tells how being kind makes all the difference.
The peacock is always complaining about his voice but he’s reminded we all have different gifts to be proud of.
This is a folk tale, telling the story of the Bosham Bell. The Vikings stole the tenor bell from the monastery over 1000 years ago. It sank to the bottom of the sea but its toll can still be heard at certain times to this day !
This video shows how we can get ideas for stories by taking card-written names, places and happenings from boxes or envelopes.