Current & Past Events

                                  AUGUST 5TH  2017 Another Waterstones book signing  in watford

5th August


Book Event at Waterstones





16th july


RSPCA Southridge        It was a great Day

Potters Bar



2nd june


book Event at Waterstones

St Albans



     1st May 

     National Animal Wefare Trust

     Dog Charity


     11 to 4pm

     Bank Holiday Monday


     WD25 8WT



13th April

Book Event


Galleria hatfield


On the 9th February we went to ST Johns School, in Watford. We did a Book reading for Miss Maclot Class and as you can see the Children loved the Pulies, and enjoyed lisening to all their  adventures.

Welwyn & Hatfield Day Centre

2nd March

(Meeting the pulies)

The Adult Day Centre Loved our Stories and we enjoyed meeting eveyone.

A special  thank you to Adele Holloway for introducing us to the Centre, and the Managment      and staff  made this a day to remember.


28th March Book Week Event  All Day Event.

Commonswood School,

Welwyn Garden City,




Waterstones Galleria Hatfield

Book reading

13th April


On the 13th April we will be having a        Book Event and Book Signing at the Galleria Shopping Centre hatfield

12pm Start Time.





Hatfield couple’s literary success inspired by departed pet

PUBLISHED: 09:55 24 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:25 24 March 2017


A children’s fantasy book inspired by a Hatfield couple’s much-lamented dog has been stocked by major retail chains and is selling well.

Amazon had just made a second order for The Kingdom of Puli, and Waterstone’s has told authors Karen and David Levy it is popular with customers.

The Sovereign Place couple wrote the book over several years, drawing inspiration from their Hungarian puli dog, Jimmy , who died about a year ago.

Karen, 53, told the Welwyn Hatfield Times: “David puts in all the swashbuckling and fighting, but I put in the humour. David did a lot of research, but I did all the drawings.”

Whenever they took Jimmy, a rescue dog from the RSPCA at Ridge, to local parks, they found children were fascinated by his woolly coat.

Karen said: “They would say he looked like a cloud, or like a sheep on a lead.”

In the fantasy world they have created, supernatural puli dogs live in the clouds, but in their book, a spell condemns one to live on earth as a normal dog.

The book spans several generations and historical periods, incorporating Florence Nightingale, Robin Hood and late Georgian times.

First published by Austin Macauley in January, it is currently stocked by WH Smith, Foyles, Waterstones and Amazon.

The Levys have given readings, helped by Karen’s hand-made puppets, at several Welwyn Hatfield primary schools and day centres for people with learning disabilities, always with an enthusiastic response.

David, 58, has retired from his career as an electrician to concentrate on the books.

Karen, who suffers from the autoimmune disease lupus, said: “Children love it. I did about half the drawings in hospital. It has been good therapy, and it has brought us closer together.”

Their second book, a form of prequel set in Ming Dynasty China, will be published later this year under the title the Book of Origins.Top of Form



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