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Elspeth Grace Hall

Elspeth Grace Hall lives in Heanor, Derbyshire with her husband and daughter when she is not building a new home on a small farm in Caithness, where she intends to take up the country life rearing geese, chickens, pigs and vegetables. Elspeth works with her husband teaching history through costumed interpretation. 

See them at work: www.history-survives.weebly.com

Elspeth was born in the 80’s to Anglo-Scottish parents and grew up on the banks of the Chesterfieldcanal. Elspeth spent the first 7 years of her married life near the junction of the Nottingham, Cromford and Erewash canals.

Elspeth graduated from the Open University in 2014 with a BA Open that covered history, languages and creative writing.

After losing her hearing in 2009 Elspeth learnt Sign Language and enjoys writing poetry in both English and Sign Supported English.

Examples of her poetry can be found at:

http://www.thesigningpoet.weebly.com

Elspeth has also recorded a series of lessons in Sign Supported English on her youtube channel.

The Adventures of Puss-Puss Volumes 1 & 2

ELSPETH GRACE HALL

THE ADVENTURES OF PUSS-PUSS
Volume 1
Puss-Puss, the Splash Maker, & the Rainbow

ELSPETH GRACE HALL

It all started when Puss-Puss was young.

Puss-Puss was not sure how or why it happened. One night she went to sleep in the box under the bed like she did every night but when she woke in the morning she was by the canal in the big outside.

These are the wonderful stories of Puss-Puss as she meets new friends and has exciting adventures in the big outside.

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THE ADVENTURES OF PUSS-PUSS
Volume 2
Puss Puss and the Curly Tailed Gnomes, the Echo, the Snow Bunny, & the Quarry Ball

ELSPETH GRACE HALL

More wonderful stories of Puss-Puss as she meets friends and has exciting adventures in the big outside. The Adventures of Puss-Puss continue as she meets a curly tailed gnome and a snow bunny, takes part in the rat race and dances at the Quarry Ball Gentle stories to share at bedtime and for beginner readers.

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REVIEWS

June 2015 - Debbie key stage 1 teacher from Nottinghamshire

" ... you have used some rich language in your book something that is lacking in many children's books today."

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