Stella the Stork

Stella the Stork books are available from -

 

LADY LEVER ART GALLERY

Port Sunlight Village, Wirral CH62 5EQ

 

WALKER ART GALLERY

William Brown Street, Liverpool CH62 5EQ

 

MARITIME MUSEUM

Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ

 

LIVERPOOL METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TQ

 

LIVERPOOL CATHEDRAL

Saint James Mount, Liverpool L1 7AZ

 

GUILDEN SUTTON POST OFFICE

Wells Close, Guilden Sutton,  CH2 4DZ

 

THE HERITAGE CENTRE

St Georges Hall

Liverpool

 

WILD LIFE TRUST

at Ellesmere and Shrewsbury Shropshire

 

MOSTYN ART CENTRE

12 Vaughan Street

Llandudno LL30 1AB

 

HULLABALOO

High Street

Mayfield

Sussex TN20 6AA

 

BROWSERS BOOKS

73 High Street

Porthmadog

Gwynedd

North Wales LL49 9HA

 

WENLOCK BOOKS

12 High Street

Much Wenlock

Shropshire TF13 6AA

 

LINGHAM BOOKSELLERS

248 Telegraph Road

Heswall

Wirral

Merseyside

CH60 7SG

 

MICKLE TRAFFORD POST OFFICE

2 Wells Close

Mickle Trafford

Chester

Cheshire

CH2 4DZ

 

BEATONS TEAROOM & BOOKSHOP

Bell Tower House

Bell Tower Walk

St. Werburgh Street

Chester

Cheshire

CH1 2DY

 

 

 

 

Stella the Stork books are also available from

PUBLIC LIBRARIES

Annie Holland was introduced by well-known poet, writer and event’s organiser Gill McEvoy and an extract from the book was read. Annie, who has been reading her story to children around the county says, ‘This book has been a lovely experience. The story is timeless and the look on the faces of some of the children has been magical.

Stella the Stork and The Queen from the Land of Snow was launched at LINGHAMS BOOK SHOP in Heswall on Saturday 30th November 2013. A group of children listened enthralled as Annie Holland read them extracts from the latest adventure of Stella the Stork. Annie gave them picture post cards of Stella and her friends and the children went away delighted.

SIGNS-BOOKS HESWALL ANNIE-GILL ANNIE-RADIO

Recording for the Phillips Hour

- BBC Radio Merseyside, Liverpool

 

Intrigued by Annie Holland’s previous lifestyle,

Roger Phillips invited her onto his show

to talk about her life and adventures!

Annie and Stella with letter img621Booklaunch with Joe

ANNIE HOLLAND and STELLA THE STORK meet on the banks of the River Guadiana which separates Portugal and Spain.

What people are saying about Stella

 

‘A charming and unusual retelling of the Christmas story.’

Clare Dudman -Author of Wegeners Jigsaw, 98 Reasons for Being, A Place of Being and Tall Trees –

 

‘Annie Holland’s stories of Stella the Stork belong among that special group of tales whose innate charm appeals to adults and children alike.’

Gill McEvoy - Author of Uncertain Days, A Sampler, the Plucking Shed, Rise and The Telling.

 

‘My young grandchildren loved this story. Stella’s journey on the most magical night of the year is a delightful tale. Told with a wry humour that will appeal to the young and not so young.’

J Carmen Smith - Author of Passing Shadows

 

‘I was moved and delighted with the quality of the writing and the plot.’

Joan Poulson - Author of over 50 books amongst them One Tree Singing, One Tree Journal and Dear Ms.

 

‘A delightful tale.’

Angela Heslop - broadcaster who first set Stella flying on Christmas Day 2001 on BBC Radio Merseyside

 

‘Beautifully written, a sheer pleasure to read.’

Roger Phillips - BBC Radio Merseyside

 

‘Best wishes for the success of your book.’

Sarah Brown - late of Downing Street, London.

Stella the Stork’s Special Delivery was launched to a packed gathering at Borders, Cheshire Oaks on the Wirral at the end of November 2009. It went straight to the top of Border’s best sellers list.

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