Sheringham

It’s storytime!

Just Regional
Apr 10, 2020 2 mins read

Are you sitting comfortably? Well, two local authors have released some stories to entertain the little ones during the lockdown.

Sprowston author Robert Smith, whose stories we have featured here recently, has now released all his Bunny Rabbit Adventures stories to be listened to, free of charge.

An illustration for one of Robert Smith’s bunny adventures.

Numbered in order, and including a short piece introducing you to the bunnies, the stories are all available on his website.

Robert said: “They are ideal for young children from four to eight years of age, and provide over an hour’s free entertainment!”

If you like the tales, the whole book can be ordered via the website and £1 from each sale is being donated to the UK charity, Meningitis Now.

“Please share with your family and friends,” said Robert. “I hope you enjoy my small contribution to helping us get through this challenging time.”

Visit https://www.bunnyrabbitstories.com/  for the stories – just scroll down on the home page and click on the button for Bunny Stories Audios. 

And if your little ones prefer buses to bunnies, one of our Just Regional columnists has some Little Bus Stories to keep five to seven-year-olds amused.

David Hurdle’s stories are available as an e-book and a free audible book, telling the story of the buses of Little Doing.

Get the free audible version here, or you can order the e-book by following this link:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=%22little%20bus%20stories%22

David Hurdle’s Little Bus Stories will keep children entertained.

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