Stefan and the Spirit of the Woods

What RW says

A sequel to Stefan and the Sand-Witch, 'Spirit' is another modern day fairy-tale for people of all ages, from 8 upwards. The exciting children's adventure, amongst other things, observes the effect of carelessness on the environment. It is illustrated by the author, but he is still looking for an artist with talent to replace the pictures for him - all offers welcomed.

Synopsis

And you thought the woodland sprites were just folklore? Think again.
The long winter is over, and the first day of sunshine beckons the three children out on their bikes.
After last year’s adventure, they vow to stay clear of the beach, and decide to visit the forest instead.
From a rocky hill at the centre, apparently you can see ‘Forever’.
They never get that far, but are intercepted by a mischievous sprite, and one of them is tricked into a trap.
Rescue comes with the arrival of Herne, Lord of the Forest, who not only sends them safely on their way, but also gives each a priceless gift they will remember for the rest of their lives.

Written as a children’s story but for people of all ages, Stefan and the Sylvan Spirit not only is an adventure, but also carries a deep eco message about plastics and waste that the reader will understand and hopefully take on board.

Where to find it

At 7000 words, the book is currently not available via any of the standard outlets yet, but if you would like it on your e-reader, please contact the author via social media. There may be a small processing charge, which will be waived if you kindly promise to buy and review a copy of one of his other books.