Toni Amazon 3Toni Bunnell has published twelve books. Nine are available on Amazon kindle.                                                    Click on the cover for individual books

 

front cover amendedThe Room Between the Floorboards   ‘A fabulous, magic story’ 

 This is an enchanting little book, suitable for

anyone who still ponders the as yet undefined

boundaries of our universe’

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A Door in Time

 ‘This has more twists and turns than the Edinburgh underground city!’

‘I thoroughly enjoyed A Door in Time. Toni has written a real page turner’

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The Fidgit  

‘I am glad that I discovered in Toni Bunnell

an author with the gift of story telling’

 

 

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Samuel was a book dweller in more ways than one.   

Every night he would climb inside the book and enter a world of enchantment. 

The story book characters were his friends.

But all was not well within the book. 

Someone was stealing the words.

 

 

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 A Life Well Lived:  A book of 29 poems 

 Poems written while on a journey of memory of a close friend.

 A journey that twists and turns but ultimately leads you out of the forest up to the mountain peaks where all is well in the world and the future looks bright.

‘I read this book in one sitting. The words simply encourage you to keep turning the page. Toni’s book is as always very well written. I found it a very moving, memorable book and one that I derived a lot of comfort from. I will read it again at some time in the future. Thank you Toni for expressing so well how many of us feel’. Carol Arnall

Sweep 2 2nd edited coverSweeper Joe the Hero: The dog who knew

Twelve stories that give an off the wall account of life as seen through the eyes of a black and white border collie dog born on a farm in Derbyshire. His parents and grandparents were working dogs and herded sheep as required. The first born of nine, Sweeper Joe the Hero had an unusual approach to life which affected all those who he met both far and near, but mostly near. Never one to shirk his duty he was a dog that upheld a way of life that is no longer seen in the 21st century, which is probably just as well.

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Music Makes a Difference

 A Practical Guide to Developing Music Sessions for People with Learning Disabilities

Published as a paperback by M&K Update, Cumbria.

Front cover updatedThe Disappearing Hedgehog

Britain’s hedgehogs are disappearing at an alarming rate. This book provides clear descriptions of what to do if you find a sick hedgehog and how to create a hedgehog-friendly garden. Stories from York Hedgehog Rescue Centre help to create an understanding of why hedgehogs are under threat and how we can help them. Dr Toni Bunnell, a wildlife biologist, has cared for hedgehogs for 24 years and shares her wealth and experience in this easily accessible book.

‘The Disappearing Hedgehog book contains information, plus several case histories which provide invaluable references for anyone who may need to help a sick or injured hedgehog if transporting it to a vet has to be delayed. I highly recommend it.’ Geraldine Williams, Vet Nurse.

‘Brilliant. If you are seriously interested in saving these amazing, interesting little Guys this book is a must. It tells you everything you want to know. It’s lovely.’ Gloria Muir

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This sequel to The Disappearing Hedgehog looks in detail at the findings of some of Toni’s published research studies. These include why ticks target hedgehogs, whether late litters can put on enough weight to survive the winter, what is a satisfactory weight/size relationship, and the reasons why hedgehogs arrived at York Hedgehog Rescue that Toni has been running for the past 26 years.

In addition there are detailed case notes for ten hedgehogs, outlining the reasons for their arrival, treatment and outcome.

The book is aimed at experienced hedgehog carers and anyone else with an interest in hedgehogs.

 

 

 

 

Front cover updated 270116Dreaming While Awake is a tale of the supernatural and a ghostly presence that sits on the shoulders of four students,overlooks their lives, steals their ideas.

‘Certainly a ghost story with a difference. I’ve not read anything like it before. Intelligently written, very thought provoking and definitely left open for a sequel.’

‘I thoroughly enjoyed this book, I am fascinated by dreaming and this book was right up my street. It kept me hooked to the very end. Pleased to know a sequel will follow. Definitely worth a read.’

‘I was privileged to read Toni’s book before she published it. I would highly recommend it. The thing that I enjoyed about this book is that it is a different but highly enjoyable read.’

 

 

 

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 INTO OBLIVION

The bodies of four students lie inert and unresponsive in the Intensive Care Unit of a hospital. They appear to be in a coma, but appearances can be deceptive. While their bodies lie prone and still, their minds are very much active. But they are no longer in this realm – they have entered into Oblivion. The Dream Maker Project continues with the four students finding themselves trapped in a parallel world. A world from which there appears to be no escape. Only when they discover the Crescents of Dorran do they realise the fate to which they have been consigned. Only then do they discover the role that they will have to play if there is to be the remotest chance of saving the Earth for future generations.

‘What a sequel. Not what I expected but gripping and lessons to be learnt for all. Highly recommend you read this to find out why the students were so important in Dreaming While Awake ! Well done.’ 

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THE NAMELESS CHILDREN

In the beginning there was soil.
In 2015 four teenagers emerge from the grave where they were buried in the 1800s without ceremony and without a name. They are driven by a desire to wreak revenge on those who committed them to the ground. But these people are long gone from this world. Through fair means and foul the children attempt to track down the living descendants of those responsible.

Christopher John Brownbridge: “I had to struggle to put this down. I did not expect to find a ‘children’s’ book that I found almost addictive. When is the next one out Toni?”

Susan Mansfield: “It is one of the most atmospheric pieces of writing that I have ever read.”

 

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ADA: Her eyes flicked open on a new world. Through dark lashes she drew on her environment. Familiar, yet not. A clock on the wall showed 3:05. Morning or evening? The unnecessary question whizzed through her brain. She looked towards the window. A blazing sun emerged from the clouds. Afternoon then. Where was she? It couldn’t be happening again surely? Not so soon! Who knew her here? Anyone? A rough shove on her shoulder propelled her forwards and sent her headlong to the floor.

        

 

 

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