Are You Sad, Little Bear? is a spiritual picture book that
explores death and dying with children.
I wanted to write an uplifting book on this most difficult subject
that could be read by someone
from any religious or spiritual tradition, or none.
Are You Sad, Little Bear?: A Book About Learning To Say Goodbye: Amazon.co.uk: Rivett, Rachel, Macnaughton, Tina: Books
I Imagine is a book of meditations
in the form of a prayer.
Wisdom from nature helps a child
cope with the storm of feelings life generates.
Little Grey and the Great Mystery is a spiritual book
for children that explores the meaning of life.
Again, I wanted to represent ideas from each of the
major spiritual traditions in a unifying way.
The language and wisdom of nature helps Little Grey find answers.
The Forgotten and the Fantastical 3 is a spell-binding anthology
of fairy tales for adults. Each writer brings something new
to an old tale or breathes life into a forgotten one. I'm delighted
to have my retelling of 'The Salt Child' in this lovely book.
The second volume in The Forgotten and the Fantastical anthology
is full of dark fairy tales with a twist.
I'm delighted that my version of 'Seal Woman'
appears in this book.
I'm excited to have a story in this anthology that aims
to raise awareness of Climate Change.
Nothing Is As It Was comes out on Earth Day 2018 and all
proceeds from sales go to the Earth Day Network.