Children’s books

I have written some children’s books. One is named Tina’s Adventures and it is suitable for children aged 3-8, while the other is named Mia and Her Time Machine and it is suitable for children aged 8-14. You can read more about them below.

Tina’s Adventures

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First Day of School

Tina is a monkey who lives with her mum and dad. This evening she is nervous because tomorrow is her first day of school. In fact, she is so nervous that she doesn’t hear her alarm clock in the morning. Although her mum wakes her up in time, Tina doesn’t have time to eat breakfast or check her school bag, so she comes to school hungry, with mismatching socks, without her slippers and her pencil case, and then she also accidentally tips over her teacher’s mug with colored pencils! Luckily, her teacher and schoolmates save the day and Tina goes home with a smile on her face.

You can download it on Amazon (for Kindle).

Mia and Her Time Machine

Mia is a girl with her very own time machine. It was given to her by her late grandma before she passed away, telling her that she should use it when she wants to go on an adventure, and this is exactly what Mia does.

best selling children's book Mia and Her Time Machine

This book is the first in the series, and in it Mia goes all the way back to ancient Egypt and learns about people’s lives and customs. Of course, she gets into trouble while doing so. If you want to buy a paperback edition, please click here; if you prefer the Kindle edition, then click here, or if you want the epub edition, click here.

best selling children's book Mia and Her Time Machine

In this book, which is the second in the series, Mia goes all the way back to ancient Rome and learns about people’s lives and customs. Will she like and approve of all of them? Read and find out. If you want to buy a paperback edition, please click here; if you prefer the Kindle edition, then click here, or if you want the epub edition, click here.

best selling children's book Mia and Her Time Machine

In this book, which is the third in the series, Mia goes all the way back to ancient Greece – she visits Sparta, Athens, Delphi, and the ancient Olympic Games, and learns about people’s lives and customs. If you want to know what happens to her this time, read and find out. If you want to buy a paperback edition, please click here; if you prefer the Kindle edition, then click here, or if you want the epub edition, click here.

 

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