Veronica Plumbe has released a children’s book (aimed at ages 8-10) that both entertains and educates in equal measure.
‘My name is Happiness’ is the heart-warming story of a warthog piglet who learns about poaching the hard way and determines to help put an end to it. This vivid drama will engage children but it also highlights the importance of wildlife conservation, hopefully inspiring the next generation to protect the future of the many endangered animals in Africa, and worldwide.
Twelve-year-old Ankido is on a quest to save his missing father through the magical realm of Mesopo, the land where all fantasy originates, a land whose words and language are in peril. Can Ankido save his father and restore all these words in time?
The Secret of the Crystal Mace was written totally by accident, due to a sensational but emotional moment of inspiration by the author when he kissed his mother on the cheek to say his final goodbye, sadly when she had just passed away.
Two orphans, Shaun and Ava, from Cork in Ireland suffer constant bullying in their orphanage, making life miserable. The only thing making life worthwhile is the close bond they’ve developed for each other and their shared love of music. On a rare trip out of the orphanage, to Blarney Castle, they get separated from the others and eventually find themselves in a strange and eerie location.