Home Kids Gorgeous George … the scaredy-cat horse

Gorgeous George … the scaredy-cat horse

If you haven’t yet discovered the Gorgeous George books, you’re in for a massive treat. A range of amazing children’s books about George, who’s actually a real life horse with a well-developed imagination. The latest of the nine books is George and the Storm, which sees this massive but timid Friesian worried when he discovers a storm is on its way to the barn. Hiding behind haynets, fearing the worst (he’s a proper ninny), he’s hugely relieved when he discovers Storm is the name of a new, and rather lovely, horse who’s come to live at the stables. Written by Claire Tucker, who lives on the Wild Coast with her family and the ‘real’ George, the fun doesn’t end when the story does … at the back of each book there are crafts, colouring-in pages and crosswords. Aimed at children up to the ages of about eight, the book costs R135, but there’s a fantastic lockdown special, with delivery … all details on the website (gorgeousgeorgebooks.co.za) and on George’s Facebook page (@GorgeousGeorgeBooksSA).  Oh … and look out for his autograph … he hoof stamps books for his fans. So sweet!

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

BOOKS FOR HEALTHY COOKS

Indulgent and show-stopping, Vegan Cakes is the place where traditional baking rules are thrown out of the window, proving you don’t need dairy and...

Take a wellness road trip in the Cape

Watching whales, relaxing beach walks and an outdoor massage. Book us in! Living mindfully is all about making well thought-out decisions about everything ... including...

A chocolate truffle and wine celebration.

Chocoholics rejoice. Today – July 7 – is World Chocolate Day … surely the most delicious, indulgent day of the year.   And how are we...

Aiming for a zero waste lifestyle

Sam and Dom Moleta, owners of one of SA’s first zero waste grocers, The Refillery, spent six years working in the yacht industry, and...

#ItsOnWayaWaya … How to navigate the digital age

What do an Olympic skateboarding qualifier, a fashion designer, a hairstylist and a photographer have in common? They are all creatives. They’re all leaders...