The Parish Church of St George the Martyr, Waterlooville


The new and unique Children’s Book.

Sold in aid of Naomi House Children’s Hospice for children in the 7-10 age group.

Another year has gone by and we are pleased to report that the total donations to Naomi House have increased from 4,000 to over 6,000 mainly due to a wonderful contribution from a well-known public company, which has enabled two sets of the Hello Pud-swan books to be sent to every United Kingdom children’s hospice, of which there are fifty!

Time is now being spent on our newest book called England’s Story. This is a history of England  for the 7-11 age group. The book, of 152 pages, has now completed the type-setting process and has been fully illustrated. Publication will be late this year or early next year, and is intended to be sold so as to raise even more money for children’s hospices in the U.K.

May I remind your readers that the whole set of Hello Pud-Swan [in three parts, in a slip-case] is on sale for 20... or each part may be purchased separately for 8.99. Credit or Debit cards can be used to place orders ‘online’ via the PAYPAL button on the above website. Alternatively, Waterstones and other bookshops can supply them, and they can be ordered from the Naomi House website ‘shop’ ... not forgetting also, that it can be obtained directly from the author and publisher, who can be contacted on 01264-365-190. Only 200 sets of the First Edition are still available.

As I mentioned last year, your readers with access to Google Books can read the first twenty pages or so, completely free!  May I also remind them that the book is interactive in so far as the child readers are encouraged to do all their own illustrations by drawing or pasting their own pictures, and is entirely educational in its story line, thus promoting imagination and learning.

‘It makes a good gift and supports a good cause’

Bryan Beggs

Autumn Edition 2013

Hello Pud-Swan - England’s Story by Bryan Beggs