Cassandra Martin, author of a series of children’s bible stories designed for first readers, visited The Royal School in Wolverhampton this week to read two of her books to The Young Royals.

Students of the Nursery section heard the first two of her books: The Mystery of the Missing Spots which was published in October, 2012, and The Mystery of the Empty Tomb, her latest book.  The next book in the series will be The Mystery of the Fat King which will be published at the end of this year.

The children enjoyed the books and the illustrations which include a variety of small animals on each page.  Mrs Martin is a Secondary English teacher and has already written a book for teenagers, helping them identify the meaning in their own life through the teenagers depicted in the Bible.

Mrs Martin is also the parent of Young Royal, Harry, who was more than happy to share his mother with his fellow Young Royals. The Young Royals caters for children from six weeks to five year old and provides a stimulating and exiting environment and range of activities to make the experience of learning a happy and fulfilling one.

The Royal School, Wolverhampton, originally founded in 1850 as an orphanage, is a fully co-educational independent day and boarding school.  It is a unique school where students from nursery to 18 years old, from the West Midlands, Great Britain and the world meet, learn, and achieve both academic and personally.