P.J Lee is a pseudonym used when I co-write with my husband. There are other publications to come as we love creating stories together.
I am working on my own creative projects to include a diary of monthly poems expressing the changing seasons here in the New Forest with photos taken on my wanderings and wildflower illustrations and a book about energy healing. These will be published in my own name Jen Blaxall. You will also find me published in collaborations.
The Kindness of Dr Fimbly Nibbles
After recieving a letter from his old friend, Augustus Hodge, Dr Fimbly Nibbles and his faithful companion Splint take a trip across the fields and woods of Spaewood to collect Mr Hodge's granddaughter, Chardonnay, a little hedgehog who has lived a sheltered and privileged life in the safety of a garden. Her grandfather believes a visit to the wilds of Spaewood where he grew up will open a whole new world to this little hoglet under the watchful eye of Fimbly.
Come along and join them on their adventure where Chardonnay discovers the wonders and emotions of the wild and meets lots of new friends, including an industrious blackbird, boisterous badgers and a wise old owl.
from us at the special price of £6.70 with free postage.
The Kindness of Dr Fimbly Nibbles is available in local shops around the forest to include
The cider pantry, Burley
Cards and Candys, Brockenhurst
New Forest Heritage Centre, Lyndhurst.
please get in touch is you would like to stock.
"This is a very uplifting story, I read it to my grandson and he giggled at the "animal antics" my older Grandaughter is now reading it for herself. An enjoyable read for them and me"
“Incredible adventure you can get lost in!”
"I loved this beautiful woodland adventure as much as my children did.
Strong and charming characters with a positive and environmental tale.
The characters really take you on their adventure and I as well as my children got lost in the gentle description of the woodland. We are on the second time round of reading! I would recommend this for good family reading."
Matthew Anstee at Tea and Pencils has prints of the illustrations for sale at his Etsy shop