Glodwyn’s Treasure Chest contains twelve charming short stories for children, collected by a gnome.
With fairy stories, “dragons” and alligators, time-travelling children, a Firehouse Dog and a Pony which refuses to be ridden, there is something for everyone in this gem of a book.

It began as a way for authors to introduce people to their work, and was intended to be distributed free. In order to reach catalogs which do not accept free books, it was decided to make a charge on such platforms but donate all monies received to charity. The charity chosen for “Glodwyn’s Treasure Chest” was the World Literacy Foundation. They are an international charity which recognizes the link between literacy and conquering poverty, ill health and practices such as child marriage, and seeks to help with basic literacy skills through clever use of modern technology and cloud computing. Why not download the book and enjoy these charming stories, then donate to the World Literacy Foundation’s work and help children around the world to read themselves towards a better life!

Contributors Include: Helen Alexander (Story: The Ugly Princess), Esma Race (Story: Horrid Rex Bites the Dust), Elizabeth Grace (Story: An Everglades Tale)
B Well (Story: Curiosity and the Two Princes), Michael Thal (Story: Signs of Friendship), Gary Winstead (Story: The Pony No-one Could Ride)
Penny Estelle (Story: The Red-Eyed Mr. Glumb), Mary Filmer (Story: Mushroom Hop, with own illustration), L Sydney Abel (Story: A Toadstool Tale, with own illustrations), Wesley Tallant (Story: Mister Sparks, the Firehouse Dog), Janice Clark (Story: The Dragon Said Moo)

Illustrators: John Barnett (Cover illustration), Veronica Castle (Sketches for Horrid Rex), Vincent Noot (The Cute Family Go Ballooning)

Crimson Cloak publishing


About Denna Holm

I love reading and writing about fantasy and science fiction.

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