Katrine Robinson


I was born the sixth child in a large extended family in the middle of England during the 1950s. Growing up had, as usual, its problems, but I got there - well, to 5 feet and a bit, anyway. I've done all sorts of jobs from teaching to child minding, from handling complaints to canteen washer-up with even a spell working for the dreaded Inland Revenue and I've an embarrassingly bad degree in Maths.
Nowadays I am mother of 3, aunt to 11 and great aunt to 16 and every one of them knows much better than me about everything, but they are all very satisfactory despite that. I like all sorts of things especially reading stories and making jam.


The Wrong Night
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 38,210. Language: English. Published: October 25, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction, Fiction » Children’s books » Social Issues / Friendship
If you’re bullied at school, you’ve no friends or pocket money & your Mum can’t cook, life can be grim. That’s when you need an adventure, & that’s what Percy gets - a superb, magnificent, adventure, plus pud & custard! Plus Grumbo, who may be old, but he’s certainly not grown up, a reindeer with ADHD, an insanitary parrot, a terrifying teacher & a most satisfactory Aunt Lucy for a happy ending.

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