Tip the Squirrel and the Disappearing Lake by Adrian T. Jones Gets Featured in a Newspaper
On Thursday, 21st February, Stratford-upon-Avon Herald Newspaper featured Tip the Squirrel and the Disappearing Lake by Adrian T. Jones. The author loves reading and is a passionate writer. Tip the Squirrel and the Disappearing Lake is his exceptional piece of writing.
Tip the Squirrel and the Disappearing Lake written by the author Adrian T. Jones is a book about the tension in Old Pencil Wood. The tensions arise when the beaver owner of Alford’s Pencils decides to expand his business into making stools which require a wider lake in order to move in more beavers. A wider lake is a threat to the woodies homes. Tip the Squirrel lives next to the lake and persuades his woody friends to work on his ‘plan’. This plan has to be implemented without offending the beavers. Major Dibbleditch who is a ‘partner’ of Alford Brownside, conspires to create trouble between the beavers and the squirrels for his own good. Does he succeed? Read the full book to find out…
The author of this book, Adrian T. Jones had worked as a retailer and now he lives with his son Adam and a cat Ginny. His hobbies include cycling, gardening, reading listening to music and when he is not writing, he gathers and saves cards. After spending so many years of his life he came to know that writing is his only passion.