I am so excited because The Tap-Dancing Pigeon Of Covent Garden has been nominated for 2020 Readers Choice Awards by TCK Publishing! It is the book with the most votes that wins. What an honour. I honestly had to find some man-sized tissues to cry tears of happiness.
Please vote for my book by clicking on the link below. It really only take a minute maximum I promise! Scroll half way down the page and click through the pages to page 11 of 16. Then scroll down half way to find my book cover. Click on it and add your email address.
The 4th winner of ‘The Tap-Dancing Pigeon Of Covent Garden’ competition is Nia Lewis, aged 4! Pigeon and I loved her beautiful ballerina. How clever to use a loo roll and a tooth pick to help her stand up on her own. Nia will receive a signed copy of my book as soon as the snail post can deliver.
The 3rd winner of The Tap-Dancing Pigeon Of Covent Garden’ competition in category ‘opera singer’ is Jemima White, aged 10. How cool is this! It must have taken a long time to make with a lot of care. How creative can you get! Jemima chose to use an empty marmite pot for her head and a bubble bottle for her body and she appears to have lots of Easter egg wrappers all over her, brilliant. Well done!
Jemima will receive her signed copy of my book in the snail post. We must thank our postman and post ladies for all their hard work and dedication through these strange lockdown times and beyond.
Pigeon would like to announce the 2nd winner in the 2020 Tap-Dancing Pigeon Of Covent Garden competition!
Drum roll please…
Oliver Watson – aged 7 🐦 for his brilliant creation. Pigeon and I loved his road sweeper. It looks like it is made out of a mushroom box and some other bits of plastic plus some milk lids perhaps? WE LOVE IT! Oliver will receive his signed copy of my book in the snail post. We love our postman and post ladies.
It has been an exciting and creative start to #lockdown with The Tap-Dancing Pigeon Of Covent Garden’s competition! Pigeon and I received many wonderful creations.
I would like to announce the our first competition winner in the category ‘Pigeon’ is….. drum roll please…..
Ameera Haq 🐦🐦🐦 aged 6 🐦🐦🐦
Well done Ameera, I thought your colourful picture of a pigeon was really lovely. Who says that pigeon’s has to be only grey-blue or white hey! You have created your very own unique illustration there, well done!
You will receive your signed copy of my book just as soon as the snail post can get it to you in lockdown.
I believe it is my duty to inform young children about climate change and plastic pollution through the medium of children’s stories. I was so excited and felt honoured when talented author Bibiana Krall said she would like to mention me in an article she had prepared for Earth Day 2020.
I was invited by talented author Emma Lombard to share my point of view and experience regarding marketing my book and my biggest blunders. It was wonderful to be part of this listicle and have the opportunity to express myself.