Local Maghera author reveals Weatherbies series to Lissan

Lissan Primary School joined by Churchtown Primary School. Pictured: Yvonne Fleming with Mrs Donnelly P1, P2 teacher at Lissan PS,  Mrs Sloan P1, P2 and P3 teacher from Churchtown Primary School and Head Teacher of Lissan PS  Mr Terry Mc Kenna.
Lissan Primary School joined by Churchtown Primary School. Pictured: Yvonne Fleming with Mrs Donnelly P1, P2 teacher at Lissan PS, Mrs Sloan P1, P2 and P3 teacher from Churchtown Primary School and Head Teacher of Lissan PS Mr Terry Mc Kenna.

Maghera based wife, mother, childminder and author, Yvonne Fleming has released her first illustrated children’s book from The Weatherbies series named, ‘Sammy Sun Is Coming Out To Play’.

The Weatherbie stories bring the weather to life and make learning fun using weather themed characters. They are aimed at children aged 2 to 5, full of colour, easy to read and fun for both children and adults alike.

Lissan Cross Community Playgroup. Pictured is Yvonne Fleming, with staff Trea, Emma and Shaunagh.

Lissan Cross Community Playgroup. Pictured is Yvonne Fleming, with staff Trea, Emma and Shaunagh.

As Yvonne releases her first book, she is already working on the next to create a collection of twelve books based on the adventures of each character.

“Sammy Sun Is Coming Out To Play“ is available now and The Weatherbies has been touring local schools including visits to Lissan Primary and Churchtown Primary, Lissan Cross Community Playgroup, Cookstown, Whiteabbey Primary, Raceview Mill, Broughshane, St Columba’s Primary, Magherafelt and St. Peter’s Primary, Cookstown. The book series only marks the beginning of The Weatherbies project.

The animated TV production is currently in the early stages of development, with the view to broadcast in 2018/19, running alongside its popular contemporaries such as Peppa Pig and Mr Men.

The book is available to purchase: www.amazon.co.uk/Sammy-Sun-Coming-Out-Play/dp/0995533504

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