asmine Brings home a new retro-looking game from GameWorld, and when she and her brother Bobby start playing it, they get sucked into it via a portal, and upon awakening inside the game, they realize that they have been turned into anthropomorphic animals. Jasmine is now a cat, and her brother is a bear, and they can both do a myriad of cool attacks that cost little health when used in battle, say, against some giant wasps, perhaps? As they meet up with new allies along the way, like Skate the crow, Jasmine and Bobby will have to play the game with their lives on the line. Will they win? Find out, in Adventures in GameWorld: Game Start.
I don’t want crumpets, waffles or bread.
I want chocolate, just chocolate, I WANT CHOCOLATE’ she said.
In this illustrated morality tale, Ana loves chocolate more than anything else in the whole world. After dreaming about it all night, she pleads for it all day. But when Ana finally gets her way, what could go wrong?
Wakey wakey! It’s time for another day in Rocco Robin’s exciting week!
Are you tired from yesterday? Rocco certainly is! But, despite the tiredness from such an exciting Tuesday, Rocco is ready for another adventure on this fine and sunny, wonderful Wednesday.
Wait…what is that under the tree in Columbus Circle? I think we need to set off to have a gander, don’t you?
Rocco Robin has a different rhyming adventure for each day of the week based in Central Park, that contains a moral, set in a different location and introduces new characters along the way. Characters include break-dancing squirrels, to a baseball playing blackbird, in a ‘cool but cute’ style, for children aged 3 to 8 years old.
After such a fun Monday, why on earth would Rocco want to stay at home today? He sets off again!
After picking up some moves from Perrie and Pixie Pigeon yesterday, he can’t wait to see what today has to offer in the magical place of Central Park.
Shall we join Rocco for breakfast to see what he is up to today? Rocco Robin has a different rhyming adventure for each day of the week that contains a moral, set in a different location and introduces new characters along the way. Characters include break-dancing squirrels, to a baseball playing blackbird, in a ‘cool but cute’ style, for children aged 3 to 8 years old. Available on Amazon: Rocco Robin & His Central Chums: Tuesday: Amazon.co.uk: Lewis, K.: 9781915794017: Books
Today is the day a shy little Robin named Rocco, decides to set off all on his own out of his comfort zone to see what else the magical garden of New York City, Central Park, has to offer! What is that I hear coming from afar? It seems to be coming from Strawberry Fields, I think we need to have a gander, don’t you. Off you go, Rocco!
We all know that grandparents love their grandchildren. But in most cases, the fun turns into a learning experience. With Kingsley, it's all the time. Grandma always finds a way to get on his last little nerve. Will he get to have fun like a kid should? Or will his grandma find a way to bother him yet again. Read along and find out!!