Norman the pirate.

Another delightful children’s book by Joe Wells telling the story of the pirate Black Eye Bill and his son Norman who didn’t want to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a pirate. Norman was far better suited to being a florist like his friend Dorothy. This book is entertaining for children of 5 to 8 years of age, with wonderful illustrations for the children and a few jokes for the adults who may be reading to them. Available on Amazon.

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The Animal Olympics.

A wonderful story of triumph against adversity tells the story of Mole who against all the odds wins the 100 meters race in The Animal Olympics.

Fabulous illustrations on every page, this book will hold the imagination of any reader aged from 5 to 8 years old and is available on Amazon.


The Cows Yacht Race.

The Cows Yacht Race was inspired by my rather obscure sense on humour and tells the story of a herd of cows living on The Isle of Wight who whilst listening to the radio at milking time get the idea to enter the Cowes Yacht Race.

Against great opposition as cows have never before entered the race they finally triumph and become the first herd of cows to win the Cowes Yacht Race.

Suitable for readers aged 5 to 8 years old and available on Amazon.

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Samantha’s fantastic space journey.

The story of a young schoolgirl picked for a journey into space on the space shuttle, during which she saves the life of one of the other astronauts.

Upon her return she receives a medal from The President of the United States of America but is glad to return to school upon her return to England.

Suitable for readers of 5 to 8 years old and available on Amazon.

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Oliver the cat who went to the top of the world.

Inspired by a cat given to me some years ago, Oliver the cat who went to the top of the world is exactly what it says on the tin.

Oliver, together with his friend Charlie triumph by climbing the highest mountain in the world and receive medals from the Queen.

All my children’s books have morals and ethics and lessons for young readers for age 5 to 8 years old and are available on Amazon.


The Battle of Barking Creek.

Written as a short radio play this true story of a friendly fire incident on day three of World War Two where two of our airmen were shot down resulting in the tragic death of one of them.

Details of the Courts Martial are still under Official Secrets, a fascinating story that deserves to be told as a full length feature film.

Available on Amazon.