Elephants in the custard

We know that children find it difficult to share their problems, even with family members who they can trust. Sometimes worry takes over and even the smallest of things turn into very big dramas for little minds.

Also, we know that due to busy life and modern technology families rarely find the time to eat meals at the table and even if they do, it is difficult to really communicate.

 

This story uses an imaginative twist on the metaphor of ‘Elephant in the room’ to convey worries our children may be holding back from sharing - showing us how mealtimes in particular can be the perfect time to address those daily worries, learn more about our children and create magical family memories.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

What Wesley Wore

What Wesley Wore is a story about self acceptance and the acceptance of others.

In Westerly Woodland we find a weasel named Wesley, who was mad about clothes, the only problem is weasels aren't supposed to wear clothes!

Read how Wesley overcomes pressure from those around him and finds the confidence to inspire others around him.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

The Three Blanket Bears

Probably the most emotional (and personal) story within our collection. Have tissues at the ready!

This story gives an insight into children's experiences being placed into the foster care system and finding a forever family through adoption.

Told through the eyes of three little bears who go on an incredible and heart wrenching journey, their happy ending is important for children going through their own journeys and also for friends, families and schools to understand their journeys better.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

 
 
 

Elephants in the custard

We know that children find it difficult to share their problems, even with family members who they can trust. Sometimes worry takes over and even the smallest of things turn into very big dramas for little minds.

Also, we know that due to busy life and modern technology families rarely find the time to eat meals at the table and even if they do, it is difficult to really communicate.

 

This story uses an imaginative twist on the metaphor of ‘Elephant in the room’ to convey worries our children may be holding back from sharing - showing us how mealtimes in particular can be the perfect time to address those daily worries, learn more about our children and create magical family memories.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

What Wesley Wore

What Wesley Wore is a story about self acceptance and the acceptance of others.

In Westerly Woodland we find a weasel named Wesley, who was mad about clothes, the only problem is weasels aren't supposed to wear clothes!

Read how Wesley overcomes pressure from those around him and finds the confidence to inspire others around him.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

The Three Blanket Bears

Probably the most emotional (and personal) story within our collection. Have tissues at the ready!

This story gives an insight into children's experiences being placed into the foster care system and finding a forever family through adoption.

Told through the eyes of three little bears who go on an incredible and heart wrenching journey, their happy ending is important for children going through their own journeys and also for friends, families and schools to understand their journeys better.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

Elephants in the custard

We know that children find it difficult to share their problems, even with family members who they can trust. Sometimes worry takes over and even the smallest of things turn into very big dramas for little minds.

Also, we know that due to busy life and modern technology families rarely find the time to eat meals at the table and even if they do, it is difficult to really communicate.

 

This story uses an imaginative twist on the metaphor of ‘Elephant in the room’ to convey worries our children may be holding back from sharing - showing us how mealtimes in particular can be the perfect time to address those daily worries, learn more about our children and create magical family memories.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

What Wesley Wore

What Wesley Wore is a story about self acceptance and the acceptance of others.

In Westerly Woodland we find a weasel named Wesley, who was mad about clothes, the only problem is weasels aren't supposed to wear clothes!

Read how Wesley overcomes pressure from those around him and finds the confidence to inspire others around him.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

The Three Blanket Bears

Elephants in the custard

We know that children find it difficult to share their problems, even with family members who they can trust. Sometimes worry takes over and even the smallest of things turn into very big dramas for little minds.

Also, we know that due to busy life and modern technology families rarely find the time to eat meals at the table and even if they do, it is difficult to really communicate.

 

This story uses an imaginative twist on the metaphor of ‘Elephant in the room’ to convey worries our children may be holding back from sharing - showing us how mealtimes in particular can be the perfect time to address those daily worries, learn more about our children and create magical family memories.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

What Wesley Wore

What Wesley Wore is a story about self acceptance and the acceptance of others.

In Westerly Woodland we find a weasel named Wesley, who was mad about clothes, the only problem is weasels aren't supposed to wear clothes!

Read how Wesley overcomes pressure from those around him and finds the confidence to inspire others around him.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

The Three Blanket Bears

Probably the most emotional (and personal) story within our collection. Have tissues at the ready!

This story gives an insight into children's experiences being placed into the foster care system and finding a forever family through adoption.

Told through the eyes of three little bears who go on an incredible and heart wrenching journey, their happy ending is important for children going through their own journeys and also for friends, families and schools to understand their journeys better.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.

MR grit

A new story that deals with the subjects of dementia, homelessness and caring for the elderly.

Mr Grit is a lonely old man who sleeps in the grit bins to keep warm at winter. Half the children in the town are scared of him and the other half make fun of him.

Find out how the mistreatment of Mr Grit teaches all the community a lesson when we learn that Mr Grit is actually Grandpa to the most popular girl at school.

Pre-order now and enjoy 1/3 off the retail price, with a surprise delivery in Spring 2018.