Kimbereilly Grove is a fictional world of vibrant meadows and oak forests and in one of its small picturesque neighbourhoods live the rabbits, squirrels, hedgehogs and cardinals in peace err well they try to.
Written as a relaxing and witty bedtime read, Life in Kimbereilly Grove is a hilarious escape from the unending stresses of a calamity called modern life and is bound to leave you with at least a chuckle if not a roaring laugh.
So, follow the adventures of well-meaning villagers in a small mountain countryside who seem to constantly find themselves in ridiculously awkward situations and get lost in the beautifully illustrated world of Kimbereilly Grove.
and Oh, a word of advice from someone who has learnt it the hard way, please do not ever try to reason with an abominable snowman with anger issues should you happen to come across any. Trust me, it does not work!
Targeted Age Group:: 8 to 18
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My search for a simpler compassionate world. I wanted a beautiful place to escape reality and liven up my mood with old world charm and simplicity of country life, something that treads the border between mundane and fantasy and yet is light hearted and fun.
Kimbereilly Grove had only a few houses. Hidden by hill slopes and oak trees, the residents led simple, happy lives filled with peace and laughter…err, well, at least they tried to.
The mornings would usually begin when the golden sun seeped in through the hedges of boysenberries, irises, and peonies. Smoke could be seen coming through the chimneys one by one as the families would slowly wake up and make their morning tea.
The first ones up were always the Woodpeckers, much to the dismay of their neighbour, Mr. Owl, a retired scholar, who had the misfortune of living on the floor above them in the trunk of the huge leaning oak tree, but that’s a story for a different day.
If one were to walk down from the Woodpeckers following the little winding path that broke through the meadows lined with daisies, asters, and touch-me-nots, one would find, at the end of the road, some lovely little cottages with roses and peonies under the windows and an old water trough for the pumpkin patch.
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