Children’s Books

My first children’s book is Miro the Dragon. The protagonist, a tiny red dragon, is afraid of everything and needs the help of new-found friends to overcome his fears. It was first written in German, thus my real name Theresa Berg is on the cover. It is available on Amazon in all languages (German, English, and Chinese), and in print or ebook (Kindle) format.

Since Miro is the “star” of my first children’s book series (the second volume is in work), he has his own website (bilingual, of course) with more information about him, his friends and his home.


The fairy tale The Enchanted Garden is now available as ebook on Amazon and Smashwords. Protagonist Benji loses his parents in a car accident and is sent to Ireland to live with his grandparents. He feels miserable and lonely in his new home until he meets some of Ireland’s mythological inhabitants.


Govin had no clue how much his life would change when he signed up for the City Guard in Davon. A fateful meeting throws him into an adventure he would never have imagined, not even in his wildest dreams, and he is left to fix the mess once known as his life. And if that weren’t enough, there is still a cunning thief to catch….

The Lost Diadem was released on August 1 on Amazon Kindle! It is available in print and on Smashwords now too. The series A Rogue’s Tale also has its own website with more information.



Part II of my series A Rogue’s Tale is available now on Amazon, Smashwords, and in print!

Things have changed since Govin and Tayla solved the mystery of the lost diadem. Tayla is no longer living in the streets, and Govin has a new mentor. Life could finally be good. But looming danger forces them to abandon their ordinary lives once again to get to the root of a mystery. Only this time, the whole city of Davon is at stake….

‘What does that mean for us?’ Govin asked.

‘You have to be very careful. At this point, the High Mage doesn’t know whom of his teachers and mages he can still trust, and neither should you. Trust no one, do you understand? It could cost your life. I’m sorry that I have to send you on such a dangerous mission, but you two are the only ones I can send in disguise. The safety of Davon and the surrounding lands could depend on your success. Be careful.’


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Part III of the A Rogue’s Tale series is now available on Amazon (ebook)!

Imagine you witness a murder but have no clue who the man was, or why he had to die. Imagine you stumble into a rat’s nest of piracy and greed and put your own life at stake for the sake of justice. Imagine you don’t know who you can still trust….

No matter how she looked at it, she ended up with far too many suspects. How should she ever get to the bottom of the attack and the murder if almost half the harbour population had a motive?


Cover design for all books: Svenja Liv

More children’s stories are bound to follow! Stay tuned for news!


12 comments on “Children’s Books

    • Thanks so much! :) The range for Miro is pre-school through elementary school (either reading the books to children or for beginning readers to read them by themselves) and the new series A Rogue’s Tale will be for slightly older children / advanced readers (and all other lovers of fantasy mysteries). The fairy tale should appeal to young children as well as older fairy tale lovers. The Enchanted Garden can be downloaded for free on Smashwords till the end of July (if you can’t download it in the next few days, just tell me and I can send you a coupon to get it for free).

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