Jann and Polly visited the Angel of the North whilst on holiday this year. It is an impressive structure, it is 20 metres high (65ft) and has a wingspan of 54 metres (almost 175ft). It was commissioned by Gateshead Council to attract tourists to the North and has been seen by 33 million people annually since it’s construction. Makes one feel quite insignificant when you stand at the feet of an angel.
Earlier in the year, Polly headed off on her holidays. She visited Ireland, where she met many new friends and a few odd ones too.
There were Saints, Kings and Queens at Dublin Airport…
Castles, old churches and pubs…
as well as music shops, gypsy caravans and faerie forests, for her to visit, she had so much fun.
After touring the Eastern Cape last April, I was lucky enough to be visiting Port Elizabeth and met up with the owner of Fogarty’s Book Shop.
And guess what?
My books are now available at Fogarty’s Book Shop in Walmer Mall. So if you are looking for middle-grade books for your youngsters for the Christmas Holiday’s, why not pop in and take a look at my Polly’s Piralympics Series. Loads of fun, interactive pages to draw on and get involved with Polly and the crew.
Or for younger readers there are my colouring-in story books the Toucane Series, teaching about not throwing down rubbish, how a friend is a friend no matter their colour and stranger danger. 4-8 years.
My gorgeous baby Libby
This baby is seriously tiring, finally managed to get some downtime yesterday evening. who would have thought that such a tiny creature could
totally dominate a household where three adults and three big dogs live! she’s a monster ha, ha, ha.
Am exhausted – MOTHERS – how do you do it?