Charles Wood - Author, Documentary Maker, Illustrator, Blogger
Charles Wood - Author, Documentary Maker, Illustrator, Blogger

Tales From The Green Man's Daughter - Digital Album

An enchanting worlde where olde mischief dwells.

"Mr. Wood's lovely stories are charmingly childlike but deceptively mature. I could feel the cool greens and see his characters in my head. Good for the soul." Black Feather



Come. Listen. Open your ears.

Come. Listen to the stories

that live as spirits in the trees

and in the rocks and stones,

puddles and streams.

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1. The Blacksmith of Monksilver  06.31

2. The Angels of Plash  07.03

3. The Parson of Porlock  07.26

4. The Tree Fairy of Tarr  07.13

5. The Wind-Mirror of Dunkery  08.21

6. The Itchy-Eyed Dragon of Challacombe  06.49

7. The Healer of Bossington  08.40

8. Tales From The Green Man's Daughter Suite  04.02

9. Dreaming of the Forest  03.45


Tales from the Green Man's Daughter is a collection of innocent stories from the enchanting world of England's historic Exmoor. They are great bedtime stories for child and parent alike. 

Each story is presented dramatically narrated by Lois Harbinson and with a rich musical score by Robert Thomas who worked with Hans Zimmer on The Dark Knight Rises soundtrack app. 

Originally written and composed in 2005, this is a special download edition containing bonus tracks and album only artwork.  

Stories © Charles Wood 2005 
Music © Dizzy Banjo Studios 2005 
Images © Rebecca Ogle 2005


Released 02 May 2005 
Tales by Charles Wood 
Read by Lois Harbinson 
Music by Robert Thomas 



How To Survive In Staffordshire, published 2016.

Bats and Belters - A light-hearted novel about village cricket. Published 2014.

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Another Somerset Century The book that's found its way into the Lord's library earns three 5-star Amazon reviews: 'A very good read, by a brilliant author. The best of the SCCC books that have come out for a while.'  18/11/13. 'Tackles all the the recent stories from numerous runner's up finishes to major ground and personnel changes.' 12/12/13. An enjoyable read for a Somerset supporter or fan of cricket. The sort of book one can pick up, read a bit, and return to with ease.' 20/12/13.

Bats Pads & Gladiators - A Miscellany of Gloucestershire Cricket earns a 5-Star Amazon review.

My documentary film Nature's Alchemy was selected for participation in the Culture Unplugged online festival Spirit Enlightened 2014.

Digital Album of Fairy Tales

Tales From The Green Man's Daughter - Digital Album released August 2012.


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Bats Pads and Cider


How To Survive In Somerset


Surviving Another Somerset Year


Exmoor Amour

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