The Tails of Victoria Way

by Angela Howells



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/24/2009

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 32
ISBN : 9781449044329

About the Book

When Wally worm is thrown out of his home he had to make a major decision as to where to start a new life! At No 1 Victoria Way, he encounters the most unusual creatures and befriends Sir Hillary Cling On, a snail and a great expeditionist! Knighted when he climbed the second leg of the barbecue!!

Together they encounter many fun adventures. Meet Forget Me Nut Squirrel. A squirrel with amnesia, who fell out of her tree, lost her memory and can’t seem to remember where she buried her nuts!

Look out for Tittle and Tattle, those spiteful, gossiping blackbirds, longing for a nibble of Wally Worm!

The gloves are on for Barn A Bee, who seeks revenge from being constantly whacked by the humans with a newspaper. For once the bee gets the upper hand and he makes the headlines.

When a Japanese Quail gets lost and lands on the doorstep, follow his fate as he steps into No 1……….This book is for all those lighthearted kids with a good sense of humour. If you like to laugh, read on…….

About the Author

Angela Howells,  “Angie,” describes herself as a ‘Jack of all Trades’ kind of person. She has spent many years caring for children in one way or another, some of whom have experienced trauma in their early years. Angie has been inspired by the resilience of these children whose ‘sense of humour’ has kept them going!


With an inherited Irish wit, (which she says she get’s from her father), she thrives to put a smile on every child’s face.

This has been achieved by introducing fantasy and imagination into their lives.


Her working life has seen many roles: A Proprietor of a Day Care Service, Foster Carer, Qualified Nanny and Teaching Assistant.

A wealth of experience in the field of working with children.


For over 9 years, as a Magistrate, she has resided in both the Criminal and Family Proceedings Court’s in Birmingham, so there is a more serious side to her, when the need arises.


Angie says, “Magistrates are ordinary people, not straight – faced, doing their bit for the local community”. Although she admits, not everyone leaves smiling!!


As an Author and through her writing, she will continue to bring a smile to children’s faces. Even the big kids, as she believes there is a big kid in all of us and being able to make people laugh is a remarkable quality.