Major Payne in the Happy Bottom trilogy, written in humorous rhyme, is brought to life by the wacky, hilarious and colourful illustrations, of the brilliant Robin Edmonds. A hapless Major meets Wally, whom he will never forgive for building him a Folly. Every rhyme is a chapter in the story which builds to its comical conclusion in the final book, Peril and Promise.
Heather Chamberlain, a retired primary school teacher, has crafted a tale inspired by Dorset place names and features, such as the River Piddle and Old Harry Rocks, along with creatures that have taken up residence in her garden. Strong, unusual friendships are formed between animals and machines for whom Happy Bottom becomes home. This bond will be tried and tested when, against the odds, a dangerous mission is planned to rescue a friend.
Reading should be fun, so Heather writes for all ages: the young and the young at heart!