Episode 2061: INKEY PINKEY FOREST by Helen Ridling - a podcast by Ric Bratton
INKEY PINKEY FOREST by Helen Ridling
Princess Georgia has created a magical forest called Inkey Pinkey Forest. It is admired by many who come from far and wide to view its beauty. Today however there is a problem and it's been caused by Prina the dinosaur. Fortunately, Pina and Princess Georgia have loving friends to help heal the rift between the two. There is nothing like the love and care of good friends when things are not going well.
Inkey Pinkey Forest is the first of three books set in this magical but ever-changing forest.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I would describe myself as a novice writer. However, I wear many other caps; I am a mother, a grandmother, a wife, a teacher, a nurse and a number of other caps which all support the role of the writer Without them I could not be a writer.
Currently I live in the top of the South Island of New Zealand In the Provence of Marlborough, it is a beautiful place filled with sunshine and often takes the prize for the most hours of sunshine in the country. It is also known for producing the best sauvignon blanc in the country.
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FOREST: ANOTHER TALE OF INKEY PINKEY FOREST by Helen Ridling
This is the second book of the series set in the magical Inkey Pinkey Forest which was formed in the imagination Princess Georgia. Lady Pede is the champion of this story although she is the youngest of the three children, she shows great leadership skills and put together a surprising team who keep the intruders from destroying everything Inkey Pinkey forest stands for. In doing so Lady Pede forms an unlikely alliance with the wolves which helps to ensure the future of the forest.
A story that full of questions and surprising answers.
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