Memories of Mr. BudBud is a calendar for all of those who loved Mr. BudBuds wit and wisdom. He enjoyed a good life with lots of love. He left us with some wonderful memories, some of which are... More > captured here in these photos.< Less
-Why didn’t you tell me that you wanted to live at my place. Then you needn’t have slept under the bed.
-You know, we grumblers are so small, and you are so big...
-I’m still big.-... More > I told him.
-We wanted to see if you ate him or not.- he said as he pointed at Mr Purr who was sitting on the top of the aquarium, watching Jolly, the goldfish. Mr Purr usually monitored Jolly if he didn’t sleep, eat, or make me scratch his belly.
-I see. And are you reassured now?
-Yes. You didn’t eat him despite the fact that he’s not very useful, lazy, and sometimes annoying just like the Grumblers. And you even gave him food.< Less
Bud the Bunny is a children's picture book with over 30 pages of full-color illustrations. As you get to know Bud, you'll also be building a fun, tongue-twisting alliterative sentence that makes... More > reading out loud a joy. Click on the "Preview this book" link above to see the first few pages of Bud the Bunny.< Less
Bud the budgerigar and Emmut the Emu are the best of friends and were hatched up together only twenty metres apart. TOgether they wander the red deserts of Australia, along the way running into all... More > sorts of wonderful friends and small adventures. Like Winnie the Pooh, Bud and Emmut is a tale of innocence enriched with a simple language that plays on its words.< Less
Paul just wanted to do something for the new President. Soon his existence turns from serene and relaxed to chaotic. The President's dog, Bud, accidentally becomes a factor in Paul's future... More > relationships and relative happiness. Was that initial invitation a huge mistake or a stroke of luck?< Less