Humblenot and The Robin & The Sparrow (Humblenot's Story Time)

ABOUT Charlie Forrest

Charlie Forrest
Sara and Hannah spent an hour with Charlie, asking him the questions that some of his readers have been asking them. Below are the questions that they asked Charlie and Charlie's answers to those questions!

Sara: For how long have you been writing stories?




‘Humblenot and The Robin & The Sparrow’ is a story written by Charlie Forrest for children of all ages. This story introduces the character, ‘Humblenot’, a story-teller, a forest dweller, a human-like creature who may once have been a brave crusading Knight; but he might also have been a dragon handler.

Today, Humblenot is telling the story of ‘The Robin and The Sparrow’ and what happened when Robin flew in from the south for the winter to find Sparrow had been left behind. Being the first Humblenot story, you are introduced to some of the other characters who live in the village: the Constable and the School Mistress feature in this story. The story you are about to read is really three stories in one. We will learn something of Humblenot; who he is and where he lives but more importantly perhaps, of what he does. Within these pages, we join the children of the village as they all gather around Humblenot to listen whilst he tells the tale of ‘The Robin and The Sparrow’; a story where Robin will tell his own tale to Sparrow; the one which explains how all robins came to have red breasts.
Each Humblenot story will reveal more about him and the place where he lives but he will always tell a story. However, his stories won’t always be just for the children because as you will see, grown-ups like to hear his stories too!

‘Humblenot and The Robin & The Sparrow’ is published for Kindle and is available exclusively in the Amazon Kindle Store. The story is also published as a paperback and again, available exclusively on Amazon.

I sincerely hope that you enjoy the story. If you like this story then you might like the others that I have written: ‘The Marmoset Who Shared His Lunch’, ‘Carrots’ Bad Day’ and ‘Peggy & Lost Boy Found’.

Best Wishes,
Charlie Forrest

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