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Ruth Ellen Parlour

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Writer and Artist for kids and adults. Creator of The Water Dragons picture books.

I love bunnies and have a cheeky lop called Bandit.

I want it all and I want it right now!

So you’ve got an urge to write a story, to spill your thoughts, ideas, emotions, and the essence of your very soul onto the page. If you don’t do this there is something missing from your life that niggles and eats away at you whispering, ‘You will never be truly happy if you ignore your passion, your calling’.





And so you start a new project, a new story, a new piece of your heart and soul. Where d

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Average rating: 4.5 · 24 ratings · 14 reviews · 4 distinct works
Red Desert Rain (Earth Ange...

4.39 avg rating — 18 ratings — published 2012 — 2 editions
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Earth Angel

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Many a man his life hath sold
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Gilded tombs do worms enfold.”
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Max the Brave by Ed Vere
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Max is a kitten who desperately wants to chase a mouse, the problem is he doesn’t know what a mouse looks like. He sets out asking various different animals if they are mouse.

The format is a bit repetitive and I was wondering where the story was
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There's a Bear on My Chair by Ross Collins
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The blurb sums up the whole story, it’s a quirky and fun tale of a simple frustration I’m sure we can all relate to. It’s written in rhyming couplets which makes it really fun to read.

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Yes they’re simple; mouse is frustrated and clever,
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Grandad's Island by Benji Davies
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Syd travels with his Grandad to a beautiful tropical island to hang out. At the end of their visit Grandad decides to stay on the island and Syd travels home alone. The story is simple and fun, engaging to young readers, and the ending is very t
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The 5 Misfits by Beatrice Alemagna
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The story is all about these 5 characters who are weird and quirky, each with their own flaw. When Mr. Perfect comes along they prove to him that they don’t care what he thinks, and they carry on their weird and quirky lives.

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William Shakespeare
“All that glisters is not gold;
Often have you heard that told:
Many a man his life hath sold
But my outside to behold:
Gilded tombs do worms enfold.”
William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice




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