Resource Documents by Ward, Lyndsey
Dixie the Dolphin
Dixie was a happy creature. She played and swam with her friends in the shimmering silvery blue sea. She loved jumping into the air, flicking her tail in pure joy and diving back down to the watery depths. Life was good, so very good. The seabirds swooped above her and the seals played chase me under the waves. The sea sparkled with life and happiness. Little boats would come out with tourists waving and taking pictures of Dixie and her . . . Complete article »
Tiny the Turbine
The sun always seemed to shine in Giggly Glen and the people were always smiling. It was a very happy to place to live. But then something happened that made the people very sad. This is the tale of Tiny the Turbine who lived in Giggly Glen, on a pretty little farm that was rented by Mr Barley from the rich landowner, Sir Snatchit. Tiny really was tiny. No-one could see or hear him. He had sat on the roof . . . Complete article »
Subsidy Sam: a tale about money, greed … and wind turbines
Subsidy Sam was big, one of the biggest turbines you could get. He had spent the last year, since being built, dominating the village and bearing down on the local school, its pupils and staff. Sometimes you could even see him flailing his arms about but a lot of the time he didn’t. He was huge. So big he could be seen for miles and miles. Much further than the land owner, Lord Grabbit, a filthy rich coal mining baron, . . . Complete article »
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