Alun the Bear can't wait to eat his Easter egg. As he follows the clues on the Easter Egg Hunt, he comes across something far more interesting than chocolate. 20th book in this very popular series for young children.
47 children’s books by the writer and illustrator
Morgan originally comes from Caernarfon, but currently lives in Pentre Bach near Talybont, Cardiganshire with Lisa and their children Robin and Carwyn. He's been trained as an animator, and works for Y Lolfa promoting press books.
A colourfully illustrated original and entertaining story about Alun the mischievous little bear. Alun is not very happy when Arwyn and Alis come over to play. They laugh at his new hat, but Alun gets revenge by playing a trick ...
This is the tenth tale in a series aimed at children aged 7-9 years who are able to read independently. It tells the captivating legend of the girl who rose from the waters of Llyn y Fan Fach, and became ...
A colourfully illustrated original and entertaining story about Alun the mischievous little bear. Alun has to learn an important lesson about the danger of fire. Reprint; first published in 2005.
This is the sixth tale in a series aimed at children aged 7-9 years who are able to read independently. Here we have the story of Twm Sion Cati, the hero from Tregaron. Published to commemorate 400 years since his ...
Another story featuring Alun the mischievous bear.
This is the ninth tale in a series aimed at children aged 7-9 years who are able to read independently. Here, the exciting history of the Rebecca Rioters is presented in words and illustrations.
In this latest adventure, Alun yr Arth goes on a trip in a lifeboat. But trouble arises, and Alun becomes a hero.