The Lowly Chicken and Other Stories by Darren St Mart
  

Synopsis

The Lowly Chicken and Other Stories by Darren St Mart

Darren St Mart's first book contains three delightful modern children's stories in one book, plus colouring activity pages. The first story, 'The Lowly Chicken', sees the Lowly Chicken learn how to appreciate what he has. The second story, 'Crossing the road safely', sees Henry the chicken show Reginald the horse just how you are supposed to cross the road so that you stay safe and sound. The third story, 'The pound of spaghetti called Bepe', explains how you should never judge anyone just because they look different from you. All of the stories aim to educate children in an enjoyable way, while also providing fun colouring pages!

About the Author

One night, Darren St Mart woke up and had dreamed the whole story of 'The Lowly Chicken' from start to finish, so he immediately sat up and began typing away. Being a photographer was then his main passion and pursuit. But little did he know the reaction that his story 'The Lowly Chicken' would get from the children of friends, with one of them reading the story out to her classmates! The aim of Darren's stories are to help educate children to be good and to use their own imagination. Children can sometimes switch off when being lectured to, so Darren hopes that sharing his stories will help educate children in a way that they will enjoy and learn.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
117 pages

Author

Darren St Mart
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Publication date

21st May 2012

ISBN

9781905493913


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