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Alder

Synopsis

Bobby is in hospital and asks if he can draw upon the walls of his hospital room after having a dream about a magical world called Alder. When he finishes his painting that night, he finds that he is able to walk through his drawing into a magical world where he meets a talking dog, fights a monster that is destroying Alder and is told by the Aldermen that he must return to his world in order to spread an important message and prevent further danger to Alder.
A contribution from the sale of each copy of Alder will go directly to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, helping it to continue to deliver the fantastic service it provides to children.
Thank you for your support!

Authors Biography

Graham Parry was born in Liverpool and still lives there with his wife and son. After graduating with a politics degree, he has since held positions in the public sector within the fields of Housing, Regeneration, Community Safety and is currently working to reduce levels of homelessness.
Graham created the world of Alder having dreamt it one night and wanted to link it with his local children’s hospital, Alder Hey, in order to raise money for it. Graham looks forward to creating further books in the Alder series for children to enjoy.

Reviews

This a brilliant book, from a very talented Author. My 2 boys (9 & 5) loved it

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42 Comments

  1. Fabulous children’s book valuable environment message for our youngsters and supporting a great hospital

  2. Bought this book for my 7 yr old, she loves it and has taken it to school to share with friends.
    Local Author, raising money for a local hospital.
    Love love love

  3. Bought this book for my grandson. Brilliant book and well laid out!

  4. Bought 2 copies! One is going to Australia with me to share a great story with my friends kids.

  5. Brillant book have shared it with my year 2 class and they loved it too

  6. I have bought three copies of this book. It is giving out a good message and the money is going to a well deserved charity.

  7. Great little read for my four year old and nine year old. Cosied up by the fire both lost in imagination. Lovely book.

  8. Great imaginative escapism for little ones and all for a good cause at the same time. Brilliant!!!

  9. Lovely book, great charity.

  10. Fabulous book. A great Christmas stocking filler!

  11. Original imaginative story with an important message . Moral, environmental message given in the story which would be remembered by young and older readers .

  12. A great book, coupled with a very worthy cause. With seasonal gifting in the air, it’s great to get something that helps others. Top work Mr Parry….

  13. Such a great book and great cause !

  14. A super book.

  15. Fabulous book for a great charity

  16. Great read and great cause .Looking forward to the next book in the alder series .

  17. BRILLANT BOOK. WELL WRITTEN.

  18. I’ve just bought this book for my niece for Christmas and I can’t wait to read it with her.

    Fab book, fab author!!

  19. Fantastic book my 2 little ones loved it. Would highly recommend and such a fabulous cause too. If you haven’t already done so add it to the Christmas list!!

  20. A really great book, and for such a wonderful cause, too!

  21. My three year old grandson really likes the illustrations of this book. The story and cause are both so wonderful. Thanks.

  22. Wonderful for storytelling and the young reader alike – highly recommend.

  23. Great book loved by myself and my 10 year old

  24. A great book, fuel for the imagination and a story my 6 and 3 year olds both thoroughly enjoyed. If that’s not enough to get your vote then the donation towards funding specialist children’s NHS services might sway your decision too. Well done Graham

  25. Bought this wonderful book for my Grandaughter who loves it!

  26. Original story . Encouraging imaginative thought and morale understanding . A delight to read over and over again !

  27. A fine book and a great story. Very deserving of the award

  28. Great book and a brilliant read for the kids. Written by a top bloke Mr Parry…well done

  29. Great book it encourages our children to read👍

  30. Lovely book. I bought it for my cousin’s little girl and she loves it.

  31. Loved reading the book with my Grandchildren.
    Great that some of the proceeds go to Alder Hey.
    Well done Graham and good luck.

  32. My son Leo absolutely adored this book .

    Brilliantly written. 5 stars ! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  33. Priceless ❤️

  34. This is a really imaginative, fun children’s book which manages to cover some important themes whilst remaining engaging. The author provides lovely pictures too which help bring this tale of struggle, adventure and societal problems alive. My children love it!

  35. A good read even for a 65 year old. Looking forward to the sequel.

  36. Easy to read with a beautiful message.

  37. Bought this book for our Niece, brought back memories of walking down the long corridor of Alder Hey when I was a child seeing all the paintings on the walls. What a fantastic book for children young and old, well done Graham Parry for your amazing imagination and kindness of giveing to others. Bless you x

  38. Thank you all for your wonderful comments and votes. It’s very much appreciated
    Graham

  39. Fabulous book, well written adults and children will love. A fantastic cause well done.

  40. Fabulous , well written adults and children will love. A fantastic cause well done.

  41. Fabulous , well written and children will love. A fantastic cause well done.

  42. A lovely book with great messages for children.

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