When a young boy restores his teacher's sight, everyone says it's a miracle. But it's not the first strange event in Dewi's life, and it certainly won't be the last...

As we celebrate St David's Day, how many of us can truly say that we know the story of the young Dewi, the boy who grew up to become the Patron Saint of Wales?

This is the story of that young boy. From his dramatic birth upon a stormy cliff top, to miraculously curing his teacher Paulinus' blindness, this book follows Dewi through his childhood in West Wales. We meet his parents, learn about his home and join him in his studies at the monastery school with his friends.

Aimed at children of seven years plus, this illustrated storybook is easy to read, and an ideal introduction to Saint David. Stunning illustrations from popular illustrator Brett Breckon bring the tale to life, helping children to visualise and relate to Dewi’s story. Great to read at home or in the classroom, A Boy Called Dewi is sure to be enjoyed across Wales Presspack has two copies of A Boy Called Dewi to give away to members To be in with a chance of winning a copy, answer this simple question: What colour is a daffodil?

E-mail your answer, plus your name, age, full address and Presspack number to wtel_presspack@westerntelegraph.co.uk, with the subject A Boy Called Dewi before March 31st.

A Boy Called Dewi is available from all good bookshops and online retailers.

For more information, visit www.pontbooks.co.uk