So, what do you think is the worst thing that can happen to a little boy?
Getting stuck in a haunted house? Being told his toy train has stopped working today?
All good and well if you're a sweet,... More > mannerly and helpful smiling boy.
But Roger is too naughty, so that whatever is about to happen to him seems fine.
Little did he know how a combination of bubblegum and baked beans would change his world...
Giving him a different angle on life and letting him see the world very differently!
Some would call it a travel, some would call it an adventure
We call it an introduction to Roger's new travel companion.
You will soon discover why Roger is forever an example of what not to try at home
Everytime you look in the candy bag you'll have a new reason to say no!
'Julie Kilsby is the new kid on the block in Children's Stories.' Coverage Report #145< Less
What’s under your woodheap? Mine is very special. It is the home of what I call Wobbies. One day, Jedda and I found the Wobbies by accident.
Each Wobby is a very pretty, powder blue, furry... More > creature that is smaller than a speck of fairy dust. They live under some very old timber in a very old woodheap.
That’s why they are so hard to see.
They have pouches to carry their babies, and get about on their very short legs.
They have lives very much like ours. They can read and write, build homes, and be as inventive as we are.
They fly on Magimats, attend school and play sports. Their town is so cute!
Like us, they have adventures. They have fun, they have their little dramas, and do not mind if I am near them.
Each Wobby is so special. I am sure you will enjoy their stories and adventures as much as I do.< Less
If you haven't heard of or seen the Wobbies living under my woodheap yet, you're missing out!
You see, awhile ago Jedda (my dog) and I found the Wobbies by accident.
Each Wobby is a very pretty,... More > powder blue, furry creature that is smaller than a speck of fairy dust.
Living under my very old woodheap, they get about on their very short legs, some carrying their babies in their pouches.
But what happens when a great big storm threatens their very existence? And I have to come to their rescue!
Like us, the Wobbies have their fears and must be inventive if they are to survive.
Each Wobby is so special.
I can't imagine a world without them, so join me as we once again go in and magnify their world and see how they deal with a storm that could easily wash them away for ever!
I am sure you will enjoy this new adventure as much as I did when I first saw it happening right before my magnifying glass!< Less
A DREAM FOR INCA
He's enchanted by everything around him, the skies, the stars, the birds and especially the possibility of flying. O, how INCA longs to take to the skies and look down from a new... More > vantage point. Little does INCA know that his dreams are about to become a reality. Even if it takes him a whole eternity. Told by master story-teller, Julie A, INCA is another tale that will both captivate kids and widen their minds.
Told by JulieA with an X above the i.
Sheer wonderland brilliance from the author of: Roger and the Bum Bubble
The Wobbies and the Caterpillars
The Wobbies in the Woodheap< Less
Imagine shrinking down and getting caught up in an adventure in the insect world?
Have you ever wondered about the world of tiny creatures
living just beyond your vision and imagination?
I... More > hadn’t until I’d been minimised into something smaller than a baby grasshopper, and on a hungry bird’s menu. I needed to hide. The only place was in a dark tunnel in a huge cow pat. So I made a run for it.
Then danger came from deep within also, in the form of incredibly noisy dung beetles.
Now I’m all bundled up and in a spin in a dung ball.
I can only describe my situation as being in a Dung Beetle Disaster.
And there's no way to escape. Or is there?
And this time there is no proverbial "waking up from a bad dream"!< Less
Christmas Time in Australia is not like it is anywhere on earth. The heat is rough going for good old Santa Claus! See how he deals with it!
Even the nights remain very hot. So how does Santa do his... More > ‘Aussie Christmas Run,’ if his Santa suit is too hot to wear, and his reindeer would almost melt away?
Well, Australia is the only country in the world where Santa will harness up his six white Boomers, and ‘dress down’ for his special task of delivering gifts to the kids of the outback.
Now, if you are really, really lucky, on a starry, moonlit outback night, you may catch a glimpse of Santa with his hair and whiskers tied up, and wearing his ‘Jackie Howe’, his shorts, and a pair of thongs. Yes, even Santa and his Boomers must beat the heat to get the outback Christmas deliveries done.< Less
WE ALL KNOW THE MAGIC OF CHRISTMAS SPREADS EVERYWHERE. IT EVEN CREEPS UNDERNEATH MY WOODHEAP TO THE WOBBIES’ VILLAGE.
This is true because I have seen it. I have seen lots of tiny Xips in... More > Santa Xip’s workshop making gifts for the Wobbies world wide. I have seen the glorious Djucks harnessed to Santa’s gleish, and loaded with a never ending supply of sparkling stardust ready for the Christmas delivery run. I have seen the beautifully decorated moss trees, and the brightly wrapped gifts laid beneath it.
It is all a part of a warm and wonderful Wobby Christmas captured between the pages of this book.
You are welcome to come with me, and I will share my Very
Wobby Christmas with you.< Less