Y Wiwer by Fiona C. Lunn (Paperback)

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Mae ‘Y Wiwer’ yn stori eithriadol o hyfryd am wiwer goch, cyfeillgarwch anghyffredin, a sut y gall dyfodiad y gwanwyn newid popeth yn y goedwig binwydd lee mae’n byw.

Mae Cochyn y wiwer yn casglu bwyd ar gyfer y gaeaf hir sydd o’i flaen, ac mae’n cyfarfod a Blewyn, ei ffrind gorau, a’r Arglwyddes. Pan mae’n dychwelyd i’w storfeydd lle mae wedi cadw ei fwyd, mae’n eu darganfod nhw’n wag. Mae’n gweld bod gwiwerod llwyd wedi meddiannu’r goedwig ac yn bwyta ei fwyd i gyd. Ar yr union adeg mae angen help arno, maee bele’r coed yn dod i’r adwy gan ddechrau cyfeillgarwch anghyffredin.

Mae ‘Y Wiwer’ yn stori ffuglen syn seiliedig ar ffeithiau. Mae’n stori am gyfeillgarwch, ymddiriedaeth a beth all ddigwydd pan fydd anifeiliaid yn cydweithio fel tim.


‘The Squirrel’ is a breathtakingly beautiful story about a red squirrel, an unlikely friendship and how the coming of springtime can chang everything in the pine forest where he lives.

Red the squirrel is stocking-up on food for the long winter ahead and he meets Whiskers his best friend, and Her Ladyship. When he returns to the stores where he’s stashed his food he finds them empty. He sees that grey squirrels have invaded the forest and it is these squirrels that are eating all his food. Just when he really needs help, a pine marten comes to the rescue and an unlikely friendship begins.

‘The Squirrel’ is a fictional story based on fact. It is a story about friendship, trust and what can happen when animals work together as a team.


All copies of ‘Y Wiwer’, plus ‘The Squirrel’ audiobook and soft toy available to purchase from our online shop and at the Welsh Wildlife Centre Gift Shop have been very kindly donated to our Trust by the author, Fiona C Lunn, to help us fundraise amid the financial crisis caused by the Coronavirus outbreak. 100% of the money raised from sales of this title go towards our work for wildlife. All copies of ‘Y Wiwer’ have been signed by the author.

Please note: This book is fully written in Welsh, with illustrations by Sara Westaway.

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