Author: Bob Graham

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Book:Jethro Byrde, Fairy Child

Jethro Byrde, Fairy Child

Bob Graham

Annabelle's dad says she'll never find fairies in cement and weeds. But Annabelle does. She finds a tiny fairy child, Jethro Byrde, and his family, who are on their way to the Fairy Travellers' Picnic. And together, they spend a magical afternoon.

Book:Let's Get a Pup! Said Kate

Let's Get a Pup! Said Kate

Bob Graham

There are lots of dogs of all shapes and sizes at the animal shelter. But Kate and her mom and dad know they want Dave the moment they see him. He’s small and cute and a perfect fit for the end of Kate’s bed. But then they see Rosy, who is old and gray and broad as a table. How can they take home just one dog when there are so many wonderful animals who need a home?

Bob Graham creates an original, endearing family in a touching story that will appeal to animal lovers everywhere.

Book:April Underhill, Tooth Fairy

April Underhill, Tooth Fairy

Bob Graham

High in the sky above Parkville, toothfairies April and Esme Underhill are on their way to collect their very first tooth…April and Esme Underhill have never collected a tooth before. Mum and Dad always do it. But tonight it’s their turn. So, equipped with a bag, a coin and a mobile phone, the sisters head for Daniel Dangerfield’s house, and a very unusual first tooth visit!

Book:How to Heal a Broken Wing

How to Heal a Broken Wing

Bob Graham

In a spare urban fable, Bob Graham brings us one small boy, one loving family, and one miraculous story of hope and healing.

“No one saw the bird fall.”

In a city full of hurried people, only young Will notices the bird lying hurt on the ground. With the help of his sympathetic mother, he gently wraps the injured bird and takes it home. In classic Bob Graham style, the beauty is in the details: the careful ministrations with an eyedropper, the bedroom filled with animal memorabilia, the saving of the single feather as a good-luck charm for the bird’s return to the sky. Wistful and uplifting, here is a tale of possibility—and of the souls who never doubt its power.

Book:Let's Get a Pup!

Let's Get a Pup!

Bob Graham

One morning Kate bursts into her parents' bedroom. "Let's get a pup!" she cries. They all set off to the rescue centre where they see dogs of all shapes and sizes. Kate knows which one she wants the second she sees him. Small, cute and excited, to Kate, Dave is everything a dog could be.

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