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Three cheers for Wales
Wendy White
Paperback / softback
Pont Books
UK Publication Date

Emyr Rhys and Betsi Wyn are back! Between cheering for Wales and cheering up Da-cu, days out with Mam-gu and dressing up like a frog, they have plenty to keep them busy and amused! Exciting times - and funny moments - fill these five new stories for young readers by award-winning author, Wendy White, with humorous illustrations by Helen Flook.

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Emyr Rhys and Da-cu are all set to support Wales at the Millennium Stadium

Award-winning author, Wendy White, publishes Three Cheers for Wales just as the Six Nations competition is due to kick off and, as the title suggests, there's plenty of cheering for Wales!

Following on from the success of Welsh Cakes and Custard - which won the English Tir na n-Og award in 2014 - Emyr Rhys and Betsi Wyn are back…

With an offer of two spare tickets to the match and two spare seats on the minibus, Emyr and Da-cu excitedly grab their scarves and join their friends on the bus. But having arrived at the Millennium Stadium, Da-cu realises that he's left mobile phone at home - how will they let Nain know where they are? With their eyes on the big screen and armed with plenty of daffodil hats, white card and a marker pen, they hope that the cameraman spot them!

Emyr and Da-cu's adventure at the Millennium Stadium is one of five delightful stories about Emyr Rhys and Betsi Wyn. Other stories include getting stranded on Caldey Island, dressing up as a frog and a school trip to a Victorian school.

The stories also celebrate the special bond between children and their grandparents as Mam-gu and Da-cu play very important roles in the adventures of their young grandchildren.

Published by Pont Books, exciting times - and funny moments - fill these five new stories for young readers, with illustrations by Helen Flook, reflecting the gentle humour of the text.
Publisher: Pont Books

This is the second collection of stories about Betsi Wyn, her family and friends, following on from the award-winning Welsh Cakes and Custard.
The five stories all stand alone, though they share the same characters - two children and their grandparents. Betsi and Emyr visit a Victorian school, go to a rugby match, dress up for a party and head off to the seaside. The stories, though written in English, contain a smattering of Welsh, which is translated for non-Welsh speakers. The whole book is set in a recognisable Wales - Cardiff and Tenby are visited - making it a book which clearly delights in its setting.

The simple black and white pictures add to the book's charm, and each story is an ideal length for parents to read at bedtime, or for 8-9 year olds to read to themselves. Well worth a look!
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