Every birthday needs something different to stand out! Three is three today is a wonderful little book that makes a three year olds birthday really special.
Since creating Roobarb, the BBC childrens television series, I have been writing lots of short childrens stories, amongst other things. My birthday books for one to five year olds are a great present that makes a big deal out of every childs special day. Here’s a little snippet…
STONE FROG WEATHERS STORM AS TOFFEE CLOGS PHONE CHATTER! A puzzled stone frog is roped into a party game as a storm blows up at Three’s house. As the storm breaks, the stone frog stands firm while a toffee causes havoc during a telephone call.
Finding a reasonable gift for under fives is hard work these day. So I got thinking and developed a simple little series of one to five birthday books. Your child’s birthday, is the hero character of each book. Here’s a little sample:
SQUIRRELS CHUCK ACORNS AS JELLY DOES WOBBLE DANCE! A gang of acorn-throwing squirrels cause havoc at Two’s birthday party. Later, as Ragamuffin begins to ‘sing’, party guest run off quick smart.
Finding a something different for a five year olds birthday can be hard work.
That’s why 1 to 5 birthday books are the perfect birthday present for a five year old.
Written in an easygoing style for both young children and ‘big kids’ to enjoy, One to Five illustrated Birthday Books follow the adventures of birthday chums One, Two, Three,Four, Five, their cloth dog Ragamuffin,Cake, Bloon, Jelly and The Candles. Continue reading →
Looking for something different for a one to five year olds birthday? It’s getting harder and harder to find something fun and worthwhile for under 5 year olds.
Most gifts these days are rather expensive and not that unique. That got me thinking, so I created a range of characters from one to five and included a few chums like a patch work dog, some candles and a bunch of bloons.
Each character is featured in a birthday story and picture book. But why stop there, when you can have all sorts of fun with mugs, tshirts and other birthday goodies.
Shop right here for uniqueOne to five Birthday items: Buttons, Cards, Invitations, Mugs and Teeshirts beautifully illustrated and perfect for kids aged one to five.
This year Roobarb and Custard celebrate 40 years on the telly and you can catch up with them on FIVE. Roobarb and Custard are British children’s television characters; their original animated TV series was shown on BBC. Continue reading →
DOG DIGS IRON BONE! SURPRISE, SURPRISE! What starts as the best find since the great Gold Rush ends with more wobbles than the Great Earthquake. Follow the adventures of One, Two, Three, Four and Five and their cloth dog, Ragamuffin.
Take a sneak preview inside all my 1 to 5 kids books online at Amazon. It’s a great introduction to all the fun characters of my 1 to 5 birthday books.
Open the pages to find Four enjoying his wizard birthday adventures with chums – One, Two, Three and Five. Meet their special friend, Ragamuffin – a cloth dog and come and join the fun and you’ll also meet Bloon, Cake, Jelly and the Candles! Continue reading →
As you open this Picture Book you’ll find One enjoying a salty old day at the seaside with chums – Two, Three, Four and Five and, their friend Ragamuffin who is a cloth dog. Come on in and join the fun!
Open the pages of this Picture Book and join Two and Ragamuffin as they cook up a rather different lunch for the ducks. One, Three, Four and Five turn up for the fun too. So come on – join the chums at the pond.
You’ll have to keep the pages from blowing all about when you read this Picture Book. It is laundry day at Four’s house but what an unusual laundry day it is. Join Ragamuffin and the chums for this very blustery story.
Dig into this Picture Book and you will discover why Ragamuffin and Five have very different ideas about their ‘find’. When One, Two, Three and Four turn up, the fun really begins – so, as always, please do come and join in.
Welcome to the Grange Calveley website, my allotment in space.
This is where I grow all my ideas. I have seed trays bursting with new ideas and I enjoy exhibiting the pick of my old favourites, Roobarb and SkylArk - both slightly faded now but still a good harvest of fun. Anyway, please come in have a dig around.