Wellybobbers visit Tikka Tonga Lake
by A Swan
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Pub Date 26 May 2016 | Archive Date 12 Dec 2020
My name is Declan I’m a cute little elf. I am very good at taking care of myself. I love everyone in Sugarolly Wood. My job is to help them, by collecting the food.
I have a pet Mouse different from any other. He loves me so, he thinks I’m his brother. He wears the same clothes, shoes and hat. Always looking out for the farmhouse cat.
Cheyenne the Wellybob fairy is my best friend. I go to her when I’m at a loose end. She is clever and bright and good and true. And always knows the best things to do. Hannah’s a witch who flies so high. She rides her broom all over the sky. Looking out for friends in need. She truly is a friend indeed.
"Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2016
I love it when children's books rhyme. The book becomes more than just a story, it becomes a song. Full of imagination, Wellybobbers has it all: elves, fairies, furry animals, a quest, AND cake!
Delightful and silly, this book is sure to be any child's favorite!
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2017
Such a beautiful, simple and delightful story. I lovd the characters, special this lovely and friendly Hannah witch, of course Declan and the mouse and the lovely wise Cheyenne. The text is written in rhymes which makes it awesome for little children to hear. And the illustrations took me totaly in, so beautiful and sweet, deserving all stars in the sky.
5 stars for this wonderful kidsbook."
Average rating from 13 members
This is a lovely story that was perfect for my 4 year old son. We both loved the rhyming verses and the illustrations were beautiful.
Thank you to NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for my copy.
This is an adorable rhyming book about a squirrel who lost his nut and needs help getting it back. The illustrations are beautifully done and are very bright and colorful.
This is a great little children's book about an elf called Declan and his friends who live in Sugarolly Wood. My daughter and I loved the characters of this book and the beautiful hand drawn illustrations. It is a really fun and magical book.
Many thanks to the author, publisher and netgalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
An entertaining rhyming book about a squirrel. The illustrations were delightful. My thanks to Netgalley and publisher for an enjoyable read.
Wellybobbers visit Tikka tonga lake is a book about friendship. We are introduced to a group of friends who band together to help a friend find his lost nut. I enjoyed the story and the watercolor illustrations. There are elves, animals, fairy, and witches- something for everyone.
I read this book with my three year old daughter and we both really enjoyed it.
I thought that the illustrations were lovely and they helped bring the story to life.
It was easy to read and follow and I loved the rhyming nature too.
It is 4 stars from me for this one - highly recommended!
This is a sweet little book for young ones. Declan is a small elf, there is a fairy, a mouse and more creatures in this tale.
BoooksGoSocial and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you). It has been published so you can get a copy now.
When the nut that the squirrel was going to put on top of the birthday cake she was making got wet, she started to cry. The others offer to help her by finding a new nut. One of them even knows where it is.
This is a magical tale for children. Everybody works well together and they are all happy. This story will make the reader smile.
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