The Day I Fell Into A Fairytale by Ben Miller is a delightful tale for children ages eight and over.
The ordinary soon becomes the extraordinary and magical under the pen of Ben Miller. His stories always fire up the imagination.
We witness the importance of working together to right the wrongs of others. We need to have our wits about us as there will always be those who seek to deceive.
Imaginative And Gripping
The Boy Who Made The
World Disappear by
Ben Miller is an exciting contemporary children’s tale, just perfect for ages
eight to adult.
The tale has its grounding in science but don’t
be put off. It’s nothing technical, being easy to understand and interesting
At first glance it may seem as if the book is
aimed at boys as a boy is the main character but its appeal is to both sexes.
To Be Enjoyed By All
The Night I Met Father
Christmas by Ben
Miller is an absolutely charming children’s Christmas tale. It deserves to be
read every year as part of a new festive tradition that keeps the magic alive.
This is a beautiful book that has its roots in
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens but with a selfish elf as the lead
character. It is a tale that will be enjoyed whether you are nine or ninety!
The framework is familiar but with Ben Miller’s unique take on a familiar tale.
There are lessons for us all to learn about
being generous with our time and our talents. Life may give us hard knocks but
we must not harden our hearts.
I absolutely loved this book. The tale is
magical and there are some stunningly beautiful black and white illustrations
to accompany it.