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Nicole Bourcier Photographer/Artist/Author
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My Children's Book

I have now finished my first book for Children. IT IS FINALLY AVAILABLE HERE. PLEASE USE CONTACT FORM TAKING ORDERS NOW. This book is available to borrow from the Rye Library or reserve/order from your local Library UK only junior fiction section.
It is called 'THE ROCKING HORSE BY L.E.Croft' and produced in Hardback and paperback (approximately 152 pages). It is a traditional, original and a locally based book to Sussex and Kent and priced at £10.99pence (plus P+P £2.50p UK ) for Hardback and £4.99p (plusP+P) for paperback. I have also produced a free poster to accompany the book (there are 3 to choose from) These are available at a ratio of one poster per book.
Although, It is meant for children, it's for any age, If you are young at heart.
It has taken a good year of my life and I have been working on the production of the whole book from start to finish as I feel children today have no new classics and the tradition of reading, loving and owning a physical book is fading. I was so insistent on quality, size, and look of the book because I wanted to emulate an old feel, and look to the book, as if it was an old book 'found just today'. I also applied that to the story itself. Everybody that has read it so far has loved it. I have been asked for sequels, a film, so who knows!
I have to say this would make a great dramatization, film or play. This Book is also available in both formats (Hardback or Paperback) from Sedlescombe Stores, The Green, Sedlescombe East Sussex. I am also very pleased to say it is available from The Kent and East Sussex Railway in their gift shop at Tenterden. The story itself features the steam railway and their Northiam station, therefore it plays a significant part in the story. Also it is possible to partake in a ride on the steam trains and absorb the scenery and experience the book first hand. Here is a photograph of a train at Northiam Station. There is much more to see there though, that will give you an insight of the scenes in the book itself.