Sheila Tyrer Hughes read her books at a School
Sheila Tyrer Hughes attended a book reading event at a local school where she read her books: The Red Shawl, The Mouse in the Teapot, and The Secret of Fiddler's Wood to children eager to hear exciting stories. She read excerpts from her three books for children.
Of the three books, The Read Shawl is about a little girl’s experience of parting with a loved one and finding new acquaintances. The Mouse in the Teapot is a story about a boy, eager to pursue his passion for cycling amid various obstacles. The Secret of Fiddler`s Wood is about a mysterious wood with hidden secrets that perplexes people of the surroundings until two friends set out to unveil the secrets of the wood. Buy the books here.
Sheila Tyrer Hughes, mother and a grandmother, a lab pathologist turned teacher, is fond of mysteries, ancient landscapes and the countryside. Following her passions, she has written three captivating books for children, the latest of which is The Mouse in the Teapot.