Mrs. Ledbetter Leaves The Iron Out

On a blustery morning Mrs. Ledbetter is in a rush and leaves the iron out which leads the Insideouters to an adventure climbing up the iron's cord to the work surface above the washing machine. Oh no! there is trouble ahead and the Insideouters are in danger. Will they make it back to the safety of the washing machine? Read on. More
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About Keith Hegarty

The author Keith Hegarty, was born in Manchester England in 1958 son of a Plasterer and Primary School teacher. On leaving School he took an apprenticeship as a maintenance fitter. As such he attended College on day release and night School courses for several years gaining engineering qualifications.
In 1981 the author left employment and attended University full-time where he obtained a first degree in Mechanical Engineering Science. This was followed years later by a Post 16 teaching qualification, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education Management followed by a master’s degree in Education Management.
His working career took him from a Post 16 College lecturer in Engineering to International School and College Principalships leading to semi-retirement in 2015.
The Insideouters series of short e-books were written for his step grandchildren Charlie and Mollie Lloyd in the sure and certain hope that they will remember him throughout their lives.

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About the Series: The Insideouters
The Insideouters and their friend Mr. Sockeater live in Mrs. Ledbetter's washing machine at No 4 Whitewash Road. The Insideouters comprise Mr. Inside, Mrs. Outer and their children Fluff and Lint and of course Mr. Sockeater. The Ledbetter's have two children, Daisy aged 5 and the sometimes naughty Tom aged 6 and three quarters. Daisy and Tom have a lazy cat called Jess. Read all about their exciting adventures. In the Children's series of the decade!! There are 10 books in series 1 of the Insideouters.

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