Tired of busting open the piggy bank and pooling together those wallet-weighing-down bits of shrapnel every time the urges of your sweet tooth kick in? What you need is a tree. Not one that produces conkers or pinecones or pears, but one that gives you custard creams, candy floss, Frazzles and Bulls-Eyes. In fact, what you need is a Mutant Tummy Apple Tree!

Jonathon Ward reads from his debut children’s picture book, ‘Mutant Tummy Apple Tree’, fresh from a mind that is, the author confesses, full to the brim with the Beano, Asterix comics and good old-fashioned family-friendly comedy.

About The Author

Jonathon Ward

Jonathon Ward lives in Great Horton and has been writing for as long as he can remember. He grew up in Buttershaw and was crowned the 1998 ‘Beacon Bard’ after winning a short story competition. ‘Mutant Tummy Apple Tree’ is his first published book. Jonathon also plays rugby for Odsal Sebergh ARLFC.