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Stories For All The Children Of All The Worlds-bookcover

By: Nigel James Wilson

Stories For All The Children Of All The Worlds

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Fris thinks he may one day fry in his own matter. A gigantic eye with a pupil 700 miles in diameter stares out into space. Smokey, a friendly feline, and Russ the terrier are very good pals who meet with adventure and a jolly man in green and his dear deer team. There are more Universes than there are grains of sand - so it goes without saying that - "We Are Not The Only Ones." In The Six, there is a leader's Yellow Jersey but they are wearing magic boots, not cycling shoes. If you could see into the future, do you really think that you could change it? Acer knew the answer.
Nigel James Wilson was born in Sheffield - the City of Steel - on May the 20th 1966. From a very young age he was working in his father's bicycle shop building wheels by hand amongst a myriad of other jobs, six days a week. Later serving an apprenticeship in the shop's cellar and workshop building hand built bespoke steel cycle frames with the master frame builder himself, Nigel's father, Mr. J.F. Wilson. Better still, Nigel was brought home there after his birth in Jessops hospital, to the shop house, and at the time of writing, 53 years later, he is still there, living, working and now writing in a lifestyle unique, in the year of his father's 100th anniversary and his shop's 71st anniversary, which this book happens to mark.
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  • Debbie Brown

    I Just had to write a review about this book iv just read, it’s a must in everyone’s collection, it takes you far away from the world we live in, the stories are written from the heart, you lose all sense of where you are while been absorbed into different worlds and times, this book is suitable for all ages, best book iv read in a long while, well worth a read you won’t be disappointed, when you come down to earth and back into the world you live in!!!!!, it leaves you still dreaming and pondering about where you have just been, brilliant, brilliant book !!!!!!! Loved it

  • Jeffrey Mate

    I have been reading this book and I am 61 years of age, I am still learning things about astronomy and about cycling a thoroughly interesting read.

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