An Exciting Time Slip Adventure

∼ The Anglo-Saxon Village ∼ Book I: Ethón

Imagine stepping out of an old chapel and arriving in another world…

Adrian and Rohanna are mysteriously drawn from our world to Anglo-Saxon Mercia, over a thousand years back in time. Here they meet new friends, and get into danger. Adrian is to fight Ethón, a terrible beast that brings disaster to the land. Will he succeed in freeing Mercia from a century of evil forces? On his quest, Adrian meets helpers, villains, and monks who entrust him with an ancient sword. But Ethón is not the only challenge that Adrian must overcome, and when it is time to go back to our world, Rohanna reveals a secret and doesn’t want to return.

(Ages 8-12, and older readers who love diving into the past and into mystical realms.)

The perfect ‘living book’ for learning about daily life during the Anglo-Saxon period. Suitable for home education and classroom.

Praise: “A fresh, clear voice and a direct, but charming style.
A real talent for story-telling.
A truly lovely children’s story.
Simple, but very effective and evocative imagery.
I very much enjoyed reading, from start to finish.”
—Oxford Editors
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∼ The Anglo-Saxon Village ∼ Book II: The Voyage

Will Adrian and Rohanna ever return to the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia in the early Middle Ages?

The twins have long since grown up and have led an almost normal life in modern England… If it weren’t for the memories of the mysterious event in their childhood. And the mystery hasn’t ended! Adrian and Rohanna not only find themselves set back to Mercia, but also to their youth. New dangers, old and new friends, magic and excitement await the youngsters as they re-enter Mercia, more than a thousand years back in time.

(Ages 9-13, and older readers who love adventurous time-travelling.)

The perfect ‘living book’ for learning about everyday life during the Anglo-Saxon period. Suitable for home education, classroom and for entertainment.

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