Robbie the Royal Messenger

Robbie the Royal Messenger


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In Robbie the Royal Messenger, Papa tells Billy the exciting story of Robbie’s journey from gathering firewood for Stirling Castle to becoming the King’s most trusted messenger. As Billy learns, Robbie’s transformation is made possible through a simple act of kindness.

This story set in early Scotland shares the importance of being kind, especially to our neighbors who are isolated and lonely. Through Robbie, we see that kindness always leaves us better off, and sometimes it’s even repaid many times over.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781611533064
Publisher: Light Messages Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 11/05/2018
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.11(d)
Age Range: 2 - 8 Years

About the Author

Betty Turnbull, Baroness of Bedrule, sets her stories in the real past, adding to them the dimensions of interesting history and a beginning understanding of heritage. Besides the positive impact of self-worth provided by her exciting characters, their colorful yet intimate settings develop an interest in the past and heritage providing strong roots for childhood development and adult happiness.

Betty earned her degree in education from Rockford College, IL, USA, in 1970. Together with her husband, Wally, she served in the mountains of Haiti as a missionary in education and self help development from 1972-2002. During her 30 years of service in Haiti, Betty developed the fi rst rural preschool program which has expanded into hundreds of schools across the nation, following the model she established.

In addition to Robbie the Royal Messenger, Betty is the author of Isobel's New World, The Man Who Saved The King, Abigail And The Royal Thread, and the award-winning children's book, A Sergeant in the House.

Betty and her husband currently reside in Durham, NC. They have three children. When she is not writing children's books, she enjoys traveling, cooking, and being Gramma.

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