BLAKENEY, England (PRWEB) March 05, 2018
K.G. Radford marks his publishing debut with the release of the children’s fantasy book “Dulk: I Had This Dream” (published by AuthorHouse UK), an initial dream adventure in which a dedicated gardener performs miracles to contribute to a worldly cause.
“(My book) will stimulate readers about gardening, food and the importance of plants in our world,” says Radford on his book’s relevance in today’s society.
Dulk travels down the road of dreams and finds out if his dreams come true, how they might affect his life and his beliefs, and how they might help him contribute to helping solve problems and difficulties of his friends as well has humankind and the world.
Readers are invited to join Dulk on his adventures through dreamland. Moreover, Radford hopes that readers will be inspired by the book’s content, a long-lasting smile and pleasurable memories.
About the Author
K.G. Radford was born in Derbyshire, England, and grew up in a coal mining community. After completing a secondary education, he trained to be a schoolteacher and became qualified at college in Nottingham, England. Throughout his career, he worked with children of all nationalities, initially in the United Kingdom and later, Hong Kong.
Radford is married to his lovely wife, Susan, and has two beautiful daughters, Rebecca and Emileen. Each has two children. He is now retired and enjoy many interesting hobbies.
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