The Goblin and a Lucky Adventure (Tales from the Forest of the Hooting Owl)

The Goblin and a Lucky Adventure (Tales from the Forest of the Hooting Owl)
Author
: Juliet Boyd
Publisher
:
Pages
: 30
Category
: Kids : 9-12
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When Spout, a young goblin who lives in The Forest of the Hooting Owl, decides to go on his first big adventure alone in The Big Lands, things don’t go quite as he’s planned. Not that he actually has a plan, other than having an adventure.

The moral of this tale, if it ever became a legend of the forest, would be ‘Don’t go adventuring on an empty stomach’, but as Sprout’s never going to let anyone in the forest know about it, we won’t worry about such things. Suffice it to say, that food plays a large part in this tale. Waste food, squishy food, food for making steps and food out through which tunnelling is a necessity. There is also some eating.

Oh, and there’s a rabbit. And no, the rabbit is not food.


The Goblin and a Lucky Escape is a 5,000 word short story in the world of the Tales from the Forest of the Hooting Owl. It takes place before the main series of books and is aimed at children of 8-12 years old and anyone else who is young of heart. Read this story today and get your first taste of a Sprout that has no connection at all with greens (except for that fact that he is green, of course).


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