Sprout is a goblin. A young goblin. Young goblins often get into scrapes. That’s probably all you need to know, because who doesn’t like to read about others getting out of tricky situations, especially when they’re goblins?
Sprout is a goblin. A young goblin. Young goblins often get into scrapes. That’s probably all you need to know, because who doesn’t like to read about others getting out of tricky situations, especially when they’re goblins? The Goblin and the Stolen Ring is a 15,000 word chapter book for children aged 8-12 and anyone else who is young of heart.
Goblins aren't supposed to engage in the practice of walking dogs, or saving witches. And they certainly aren't in the business of facing up to big, bad trolls. Sprout has never been one to do what he's expected to do. Has he taken on more than he can cope with? Has he chewed on one too many magic herbs? The answers are within these pages, for those who dare to take the journey alongside him.
When an unexpected face appears at the door to Sprout’s cave in Coven’s Corner, he knows that secrets are at risk of coming out. The question is, who is going to have to tell the truth, because Wizards aren’t easy to hide. The Goblin and a Wizard Search, Book Three in the Tales from the Forest of the Hooting Owl Series, is a 15,000 word chapter book for children aged 8-12.
There are many long-held superstitions in The Forest of the Hooting Owl. Some are just that, superstitions, with no basis in fact. Others are not so harmless. Hare dares are such a case. On the day in question, Sprout does not look away from the hare in time and is given a dare. Can the young goblin manage to complete it and avoid the consequences of failing? A 15,000 word story for children 8-12.
How can a witch who has broken faerie law be kept safe, a witch who shouldn’t even be in the forest? An adventurous tale of hiding, waiting, tests of magic, and some excellent photography skills, awaits those who dare to follow along. Discover how Sprout helps to save the day, along with help from a surprising new friend, in this exciting story for pre-teen readers, now.
Sprout’s final adventure is about to begin and it’s his most important one yet. The freedom of many forest creatures is at stake, some of them very close to Sprout’s heart. For this reason, he and his friends must go on a long journey. They cannot be sure what they will find when they arrive. The Goblin and a Family Tree is a 15,000 word fantasy tale aimed at children aged 8-12.