Hi, my name is David; I was born in 1947 and lived in the beautiful county of Dorset. I have been married for 46years to Veronica and we have two daughters and five grandchildren. My family are my biggest fans for my stories. Having been born just after the war, like most people around the country, these times were very hard for every family. As I was the youngest of six children, our home was a two up and two downtown house, which did not have electricity just gas. When playing I had to use my imagination. This has given me great imagination for my children stories. I love being outdoors, and love country walks. If I get the chance I like to go swimming, or go out on the water. I like to travel and to hear about places around the world, there are so manly place I would still like to visit. But I do have some of the best things in the world right on my doorstep. Like the Jurassic coast on which runs from the outstanding natural harbour at Poole to Exmouth in Devon. This part of Dorset and Devon is natural geological World Heritage Site.
There are lots of sandy beaches and very rocky bays all along this coast, which I think are as good as the best beaches in the world. Also we have the New Forest right next door, all these areas are great for children to learn about nature and have safe fun while exploring.
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The Enchanted Library
by David Mabey-Sansom
A very long time ago a Great Wizard, cast a spell over twelve oak trees giving them the power of magic. They turned themselves into a living library, so they could look after all the magical books. The Golden Crested Woodpecker helped create all the rooms in this enchanted library. As each room is finished the oak trees produced one enchanted acorn, inside is a new Delf, waiting to be born.
by David Mabey-Sansom
In this storybook, there are three stories. Story 1, is adventure to an island,where he finds another Delf. Story 2, The Delfs have lots of fun helping Santa delivering toys.dressed as Elves. The third story, The release of the Delf Princess,but like the other Delf she finds she also has lost her magic, Oakie gets blown out to sea by the wind.
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