Henratty Mortimer: Skylark (Paperback)
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This is the Fourth book in te Henratty Mortimer series - all books can be read independentlyThis is the ultimate battle between the meerkat superheroes, the MightyKatsand the bird-like creatures, the Larkans from Skylark.Who will find that precious stone, the cluster.What does this have to do with the animalsthat live in the mine under Meerville Strawberry fields.This is another epic tale involving themain meerkat characters, Henratty, Jack, Oscar and Lyndi Loufilled with heart racing twists and turns.Find out if they can save their precious home,The Land of Arkvale from destructionwith the help of the MightyKats.Other books in Henratty MOrtimer series with value:Oscar's Birthday - Share and share alike - 'the green-eyed monster'The Meervillle Myth - Good will always conquer evilWe Were Only Strawberry Picking - Love thy neighbourThe Witch's Broth - Love moves in mysterious ways
About the Author
Henrietta Defreitas grew up in the East End of London, and has six siblings and numerous nieces and nephews. At senior school she excelled in Art, Law, Chemistry and Biology and qualified as a medical secretary. She draws her inspiration for the Henratty Mortimer books from her childhood experiences, remembering her 'big sister' role in looking after her two younger sisters and watching her nieces and nephews at playtime. Her parents' funny interaction with one another and jovial behaviour are also brought to life in her storytelling. Not only is Henrietta a talented children's author, but her creativity also extends to singing and songwriting and she has written and produced many songs over the years, one of which is Henratty Mortimer's theme song, Come Fly With Me.Henrietta has also written four poem picture books based on the other animal characters in her Henratty Mortimer books and a further poem picture book dedicated to her mother. All her books have an underlying value that she believes children can learn from, and her concepts are drawn from the many proverbs that her mother would use as she was growing up when she wanted to teach Henrietta a valuable lesson in life.