Tales from the Green Man's Daughter

by Charles Wood

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Black Feather Whoo! This African American woman and now sleeping spouse so needed a healthy happy diversion from the realities of November. Mr. Wood's lovely stories are charmingly child like but deceptively mature. I could feel the cool greens and see his characters in my head. Good for the soul. Got here from YouTube listening to Chords of Orion, give him a listen. Good medicine. This Boot camp is a goldmine. Favorite track: The Itchy-Eyed Dragon of Challacombe.
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An enchanting worlde where olde mischief dwells..

Come. Listen. Open your ears.
Come. Listen to the stories
that live as spirits in the trees
and in the rocks and stones,
puddles and streams.

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Tales from the Green Man's Daughter is a collection of innocent stories from the enchanting world of historic Exmoor. They are great bedtime stories for child and parent alike.

Each story is presented dramatically narrated by Lois Harbinson and with a rich musical score.

Originally written and composed in 2005. This is a special download edition containing bonus tracks.

If you choose to download the full album, you will get exclusive bonus artwork by Rebecca Ogle.

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Stories © Charles Wood 2005
Music © Second Sense Ltd 2005
Images © Rebecca Ogle 2005

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released May 2, 2005

Tales by Charles Wood
Read by Lois Harbinson
Images by Rebecca Ogle

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Charles Wood UK

Charles Wood is a writer, illustrator, film maker and narrator who has worked on a wide range of projects.

He lives with his wife and aged cat in Wiveliscombe, Somerset, UK.

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