- Christmas Bird Story -
Ding Ding Merrily Merrily Be
You’ll never look at a garden bird again without a smile!
....Unless you’re a cat!
the Christmas edition of Robin Redbreast
- the chirpiest little woodland bird in town-
Robin's spirit was lifted
High on Christmas Day -
A festive gift almost blew
His small socks away;
To bring Robin Joy
And make the room Christmassy
Girl brought in a well-
Decorated Christmas Tree.
Book Four of this original nature book series for children can be enjoyed by independent readers who enjoy rhyming stories.
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Christmas has arrived and Robin looks to find how he can entertain himself over the cold months of winter whilst stuck indoors.
He's a chirpy fellow who likes singing but he feels like he is performing in a pantomime when the local children try to teach him Christmas carols in the mornings, as they pass on their way to school.
He hears a tap on the window, but thinks it must have been the wind. He remembers the free birds outside and resigns himself to a dull Christmas Day...but Girl, once again, comes to his rescue.
Robin RoseHip is about to find a little Christmas joy in the fourth book of six in this original nature book children's fiction series, Robin Rosehip: A Bird's Tale.
A children’s nature story in narrative verse!
Themes of friendship, kindness, empathy and determination
Suitable for any age - as a narrated story or for independent readers
Fabulous rhyming verse for an engaging read-aloud, fictional wildlife story
Features a loveable bird character and his friends
Robin Rosehip enchants the hearts and minds of all ages as the character of this somewhat cheeky garden robin is revealed; a perfect read-aloud rhyming tale about kindness and love for younger children to enjoy listening to, or cosy reading for independent readers with a soft spot for wildlife, birds and nature.
Book Five : Due 2023
‘Matching Woolly Socks’