Dougal, a lazy 'good for nothing much' type of Faerie, but affable for all that, by Cornelius Clifford Maudlin the Witch; one of the Underhedge Folk by Cornelius Clifford Mrs Tickleberry and Dougal (or Captain Thunderpants) who live together under the hedge, by Cornelius Clifford The Faerie Queen lives in an underground palace in the Wild Wood, by Cornelius Clifford Goldie is a flying faerie who lives in the hedge, he is mischievous and fun loving, by Cornelius Clifford
THE UNDERHEDGE FOLK
CORNELIUS CLIFFORD          Writer, Illustrator, Creature Creator & Maker of Monstrous Videos
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Who     are     the     Underhedge Folk? You   may   well   ask: They are     an     odd     assortment     of ‘little’   people   who   live   under the    huge    hedge    which    runs along    the    edge    of    the    Wild Wood. Some   would   call   them   faeries, others    a    ‘bloomin’    nuisance’ but   for   me   they   are   charming folks   who   live   a   simple   life,   in touch with nature.
The   Underhedge   Folk   are   all   small   -   less   that two   foot   tall.   But   they   have   arms   and   legs   and heads, just like any other people. This   is   a   charming   children’s   book   series   of fairy   tales   and   preschool   stories   for   kids.   Each of   these   short   stories   for   kids   are   available   as books   to   read,   and   will   be   released   as   videos   at some point soon.
Then    there    are    this    old    couple    (right):    Mrs Tickleberry   and   her   husband   Dougal   (but   she calls him Captain Thunderpants!) They   have   a   nice   burrow   (underground   house) under   the   hedge   and   they   have   lived   there   for years. They    are    both    getting    a    bit    old    now,    but neither   would   hurt   a   flea.   Both   are   bumbling, kind,    forgetful    and    gentle    little    souls.    They know   how   to   have   a   good   time,   despite   the aches and groans brought on by old age.
Another   picture   of   Dougal,   doing   what   he   does best:-     nothing     much!     He     loves     relaxing, savouring    the    passing    of    time    and    watching others work. Dougal   features   in   several   of   the   short   stories for   kids   in   English   you   will   find   here,   as   well as   in   a   couple   of   online   story   books.   He   is   a likeable   character,   if   a   little   lazy   and   accident prone! He   claims   to   have   been   a   sky   ship   captain   in his   earlier   days,   but   that   sounds   like   rather   hard work for someone like Dougal!
A   flying   faerie,   called   ‘Goldie’   by   some.   He doesn’t   live   under   the   hedge,   in   fact,   he   lives in     the    hedge.    He    sleeps    in    a    rather    nice podling   nest   (the   Podlings   moved   out   years ago)   which   he   has   adapted   to   his   bachelor needs. Goldie    will    emerge    as    the    hero    of    some kindergarten    reading    books    soon    and    has already    appeared    in    a    couple    of    little    kid stories to read that are awaiting publication.
You can find out more and buy the first of the Underhedge books here: Online children’s book store 
All text, videos & images copyright Cornelius Clifford 2018
Dougal, a lazy 'good for nothing much' type of Faerie, but affable for all that, by Cornelius Clifford Maudlin the Witch; one of the Underhedge Folk by Cornelius Clifford Mrs Tickleberry and Dougal (or Captain Thunderpants) who live together under the hedge, by Cornelius Clifford The Faerie Queen lives in an underground palace in the Wild Wood, by Cornelius Clifford Goldie is a flying faerie who lives in the hedge, he is mischievous and fun loving, by Cornelius Clifford
THE UNDERHEDGE FOLK
CORNELIUS CLIFFORD Writer, Illustrator, Creature Creator & Maker of Monstrous Videos
Who   are   the   Underhedge   Folk?   You   may   well ask:    They    are    an    odd    assortment    of    ‘little’ people   who   live   under   the   huge   hedge   which runs along the edge of the Wild Wood. Some     would     call     them     faeries,     others     a ‘bloomin’    nuisance’    but    for    me    they    are charming    folks    who    live    a    simple    life,    in touch with nature.
The    Underhedge    Folk    are    all small   -   less   that   two   foot   tall. But    they    have    arms    and    legs and   heads,   just   like   any   other people. This    is    a    charming    children’s book    series    of    fairy    tales    and preschool   stories   for   kids.   Each of    these    short    stories    for    kids are   available   as   books   to   read, and   will   be   released   as   videos at some point soon.
Then   there   are   this   old   couple (right):    Mrs    Tickleberry    and her    husband    Dougal    (but    she calls              him              Captain Thunderpants!) They     have     a     nice     burrow (underground   house)   under   the hedge   and   they   have   lived   there for years. They   are   both   getting   a   bit   old now,   but   neither   would   hurt   a flea.   Both   are   bumbling,   kind, forgetful   and   gentle   little   souls. They   know   how   to   have   a   good time,     despite     the     aches     and groans brought on by old age.
Another     picture     of     Dougal, doing     what     he     does     best:- nothing      much!      He      loves relaxing,         savouring         the passing   of   time   and   watching others work. Dougal   features   in   several   of the    short    stories    for    kids    in English   you   will   find   here,   as well   as   in   a   couple   of   online story   books.   He   is   a   likeable character,   if   a   little   lazy   and accident prone! He   claims   to   have   been   a   sky ship     captain     in     his     earlier days,     but     that     sounds     like rather   hard   work   for   someone like Dougal!
A   flying   faerie,   called   ‘Goldie’ by   some.   He   doesn’t   live   under the   hedge,   in   fact,   he   lives   in   the   hedge.   He   sleeps   in   a   rather nice   podling   nest   (the   Podlings moved   out   years   ago)   which   he has    adapted    to    his    bachelor needs. Goldie   will   emerge   as   the   hero of    some    kindergarten    reading books    soon    and    has    already appeared    in    a    couple    of    little kid    stories    to    read    that    are awaiting publication.
You   can   find   out   more   and   buy   the   first   of   the   Underhedge   books here: Online children’s book store 
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All text, videos & images copyright Cornelius Clifford 2018