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Author Interview – About a Book, P J Roscoe

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P. J. Roscoe

Adventures of Faerie Folk series 1-4

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Description

Annabelle and the Strawberry Faerie, and The Magic Comb

The first two stories in the Faerie collection.
Each story teaches children morals and how to live in harmony with each other and nature – or there will be consequences!
“Our World can be a truly magical place, if we only have the courage to look.”

The Faerie Perfume, and The Rose Faerie

The second collection of faerie stories that teach children how to live in the world with positivity and love – or something will smell bad!

In the Faerie Perfume, after he receives faerie perfume as a reward for a good deed, people around Sam smile to recognise their favourite smells.  But the  perfume is picking up its aroma from the soul of the wearer, and when his grumpy father accidentally gets some on his own skin, the smell turns to a terrible stench … In The Rose Fairy, the Faerie Folk learn that true beauty is in deeds not appearance, as through kindness and dedication scruffy Faerie Meggy Mog succeeds where they have all failed, and the neglected roses bloom again.

Clare and the Apple Faerie, and The Bad Troll

In this third book in the Adventures of Faerie Folk series, Clare must learn how to share or she will never have the pleasure of tasting the apples in her garden; and the Bad Troll must show kindness to the villagers before it is too late.

Jack and the Snowdrop Faerie and William Walnut

In this Fourth Volume of the Adventures of Faerie Folk series, we find Jack who loves winter so much that he is willing to do something very naughty to try and stop spring from coming. We also meet William Walnut who must learn to be proud of what he does and find the balance of life, before it’s too late.


Where did the idea for the story come from?

My daughter has autism, dyspraxia and learning difficulties which excluded her from other children and she was bullied badly in school, so I wrote these stories to show her and other children it’s okay to be different and learn morals.

Please summarize your book in 10 words.

Teaching children morals and positive feelings to self and nature

Give a quote from the books, one that says little but speaks volumes.

The world would be a truly magical place, if we could only remember our childhood wonder.

Where are you based?

North Wales, UK

Which social media platform would you like us to send your readers to for you?

Amazon UK
Amazon US

 

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