When James explores the back garden of his parents' new country home, he is amazed to meet a pixie called William living in the mulberry tree! William shows James a magical way to speak to animals and shrink or grow to their size. James is able to use these tricks to help both creatures and humans in need. He must keep this magic a secret because if his parents find out, the powers will stop working! Featuring illustrations by Kitty Wigmore, James and the Pixie will teach children the values of love and kindness.
Initially Gerald Botteley trained as a maker and restorer of fine stringed instruments however much of his working life was spent teaching at both Oakham and Oundle schools. His interest in writing spans over 70 years and he has been widely published in poetical anthologies. As an enthusiastic chess player he is also a former British Open Seniors Chess Champion.
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