Berty Tumblefluff and Friends

Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy

By Lee Pritchett

Publisher : chipmunkapublishing

Berty Tumblefluff and Friends

ABOUT Lee Pritchett

Lee Pritchett
I'm an author of magical tales for children. Dragon riding, fairy magic, talking animals, fun and adventures included. I also write magical children's rhyming stories which are also included in my three story collections.All of my books are published by chipmunkapublishing.


'Berty Tumblefluff and Friends’ is a collection of illustrated children's magical adventure stories about boys, girls, wizards, witches, dragons, goblins, unicorns, talking animals and more. The book contains sequel stories to a number of those in 'The Tale of Greta Gumboot and Other Stories', but is also written with new readers in mind, so everyone can enjoy it. The tales are set in strange and wonderful worlds, sparkling with magic. There’s also a selection of brand new rhyming stories in the collection. There's even a new Epheline Story. In case you don't remember, He’s a very magical animal who is part cat, part elephant, particularly cute, furry and purple as they come. The tales make great bedtime stories for kids. The story collection is aimed at boys and girls ranging in age from 5 to 8, although younger children can still enjoy being read to from the book and some older may like it too. There’s plenty of fun and adventures for any child. This book is currently available in ebook, kindle edition, and paperback.
By Barbara J. Smith
Lee Pritchett has done it again. He has a new book titled, "Bert Tumblefluff and Friends." As his last book "The Tale of Greta Gumboot and Other Stories," this is also a collection of stories set in a magical world. Many of these stories are sequels to previous stories from the first book but they are easy to pick up even having not read the first book.
Greta Gumboot, Gilbey, and Mr. Bumble return to new adventures any child will enjoy. Broken up into many separate stories, this is a book that will be hard for children to put down. Yet with each story a complete tale in itself children can finish one and have the anticipation of a new one for tomorrow.
Holly and the Epheline were my favorites in Pritchett's first book and they continue to be my favorite in the new book. Pritchett has outdone himself with stories and illustrations. Many of these stories could have been a storybook by itself, but Pritchett has compiled them into one big fun book. I think your children will enjoy "Bert Tumblefluff and Friends" as much as they liked "The Tale of Greta Gumboot and Other Stories."