Children

Level One. Is that me?

Posted on: September 20, 2017

Level One – Is that me? By Michelle Lloyd. Is that me?  Often this question would Lana hear said, but it made no sense in her young puppy head. Yes that is you, would she think, for it has to …

Level Three. Happiness.

Posted on: September 13, 2017

Level Three – Happiness. By Michelle Lloyd. Happiness was a lovely feeling.  It could be one who experienced it or many but however it was felt, it was definitely a positive attribute to how one could feel.  If you were …

Level Two. When Gran met Grandpa.

Posted on: September 6, 2017

Level Two – When Gran met Grandpa. By Michelle Lloyd. New One’s Gran was aspirational.  She was a lovely sort and according to Little Herbert’s Grandpa a bit of a diamond. How was this known?  Well it all started with …

Level One. Glasses.

Posted on: August 30, 2017

Level One – Glasses. By Michelle Lloyd. He struggled, he fought and negatively thought, the glasses were not in his life to be brought. They had promised him glasses were what he should wear, putting on glasses would not make …

Level Three. Missing Lana.

Posted on: August 23, 2017

Level Three – Missing Lana. By Michelle Lloyd. When Lana went away, New One’s life took a turn for the worse.  It had all started when Patch, the neighbour’s dog had gone missing. Patch was an adorable dog and a …

Level Two. Swimming.

Posted on: August 16, 2017

Level Two – Swimming. By Michelle Lloyd. This is how it began…  R V took one look at them and point blank refused.  He would not wear them.  He would not be pushed into it and that was that.  What …

Level One. I got it.

Posted on: August 9, 2017

Level One – I got it. By Michelle Lloyd. Pup was eager and he was awfully keen, but some of the games played with him seemed terribly mean. Give it, got it then let it go, that all seemed too …

Level Three. Mend.

Posted on: August 2, 2017

Level Three – Mend. By Michelle Lloyd. Things could be dependable and that was how New One liked them.  He was extremely unsure about something that he had been told had been repaired, fixed or mended.  According to New One …

Level Two. Is it Me or Him?

Posted on: July 26, 2017

Level Two – Is it Me or Him? By Michelle Lloyd. Dillon.  He was fun, fast and frantic.  He was lovely, lively and loud for much of the time and he was most importantly to R V, his little brother. …

Level One. Puppy basket.

Posted on: July 19, 2017

Level One – Puppy basket. By Michelle Lloyd. Into the puppy blanket the puppies they were all tucked in, it was 1 – 0 in the game of playtime and it was sleep that had the win. It was puppy nap …

Level Three. Volunteer.

Posted on: July 12, 2017

Level Three – Volunteer. By Michelle Lloyd. At school R V had been engrossed in a new idea that had been introduced to them.  Volunteers were people who could do something for someone else and often this would be in …

Level Two. No.

Posted on: July 5, 2017

Level Two – No. By Michelle Lloyd. It was a response that Little Herbert had given a lot of late and it was a word that others who knew him had heard used extremely often.  What was the word?  No. …

Level One. You and Me.

Posted on: June 28, 2017

Level One – You and Me. By Michelle Lloyd. The task was set and the project did appeal, but all too soon daunting did the prospect feel. A school play was the objective and that was the aim, but working …

Level Three. A Visit.

Posted on: June 21, 2017

Level Three – A Visit. By Michelle Lloyd. New One loved being able to have time with R V and Little Herbert.  They could bounce ideas off each other because they knew what each liked individually and the three were …

Level Two. Right and Wrong.

Posted on: June 14, 2017

Level Two – Right and Wrong. By Michelle Lloyd. New One had a moral compass.  It was not an actual thing that he could hold in his hand but he knew it was there, inside him and with it he …

Level One. Rest.

Posted on: June 7, 2017

Level One – Rest. By Michelle Lloyd. It was hard to be ill and that was for sure, you had to sit still and not do any of those things adored. Rest was what one had to do to lessen them being so …

Level Three. Who to be?

Posted on: May 31, 2017

Level Three – Who to be? By Michelle Lloyd. At school Little Herbert had been involved in a class project.  It was all about what and who he admired most in life.  At first he had thought this an easy …

Level Two. A Bit OTT.

Posted on: May 24, 2017

Level Two – A Bit OTT. By Michelle Lloyd. It was early on in class one morning when R V noticed that New One had been excused from lessons.  New One, Little Herbert and R V were known for being in their …

Level One. Thought.

Posted on: May 17, 2017

Level One – Thought. By Michelle Lloyd. Sammy was sure of what he had to do, daily of his needs and how to meet them he knew. Out he would go and in he would be, to a world of …

Level Three. House Sitting Lana.

Posted on: May 10, 2017

Level Three – House Sitting Lana. By Michelle Lloyd. What was house sitting?  This was New One’s question and as he had not known about anything like it before, it was a good one. New One was sat down and …

Level Two. Lana the Pampered Pooch.

Posted on: May 3, 2017

Level Two – Lana the Pampered Pooch. By Michelle Lloyd. Lana was a dog who had known hardship.  She had not always had a loving family to call her own.  Looking lovingly at the pals she had now in life, …

Level One. Hide.

Posted on: April 26, 2017

Level One – Hide. By Michelle Lloyd. Hide did Pooch the puppy do for sure, into soft, cushioned places he would go and this he did adore. If it was soft, silky or smooth in it he would be, but then hard …

Level Three. Factually.

Posted on: April 19, 2017

Level Three – Factually. By Michelle Lloyd. R V was used to being able to answer questions at school.  He could and would often be first to put up his hand in class, he even helped explain some of the …

Level Two. That is not the same.

Posted on: April 12, 2017

Level Two – That is not the same. By Michelle Lloyd. It was reassuring, it was simple and it was how it was supposed to be.  When New One could do what he was used to, then everything seemed fine …

Level One. Learning.

Posted on: April 5, 2017

Level One – Learning. By Michelle Lloyd. Learning was often thought of as associated with school, it was there that one could learn with interesting, educational tools. Life was about learning or so Sydney had heard his Mum so often tell, it was how …

Level Three. On Trend.

Posted on: March 29, 2017

Level Three – On Trend. By Michelle Lloyd. School was full of ideas to think about, issues to include in life and decisions about where one should be and what they should have with them.  New One knew this and …

Level Two. No Not Me.

Posted on: March 22, 2017

Level Two – No Not Me. By Michelle Lloyd. R V was not sure about many aspects of life.  There were the times when his Mum and Dad would advise him on certain desires of his and he would totally …

Level One. Speech.

Posted on: March 15, 2017

Level One – Speech. By Michelle Lloyd. Speaking was a subject that for Little Herbert caused alarm, he knew that despite his efforts the attempt caused him harm. Difficult he found to talk as others did in class, nervousness meant …

Level Three. News.

Posted on: March 8, 2017

Level Three – News. By Michelle Lloyd. Little Herbert had a bed time.  It was a routine that he had to adhere to, without fail.  Always before the night time news would start Little Herbert would be sent off to …

Level Two. Grandparents.

Posted on: March 1, 2017

Level Two – Grandparents. By Michelle Lloyd. Everyone seemed to have them or know of them, New One knew that, and he had heard often stated that they could be incredibly positive people to have in life.  Although this had been told …

Level One. Nap.

Posted on: February 22, 2017

Level One – Nap. By Michelle Lloyd. A nap in the afternoon was what Tiggy had been told to do, but about what it truly meant he never knew. He had been told to nap gave you time to energise …

Level Three. Mistakes.

Posted on: February 15, 2017

Level Three – Mistakes. By Michelle Lloyd. Mistakes were a part of many people’s lives.  This was a fact that had been heard, noted but not concurred with by a certain Little Herbert. Little Herbert lived with a lot to look …

Level Two. What to do?

Posted on: February 8, 2017

Level Two – What to do? By Michelle Lloyd. New One loved knowing what he had to do, when he had to do it and why it had to be done.  His mum was very capable at doing this and …

Level One. Art.

Posted on: February 1, 2017

Level One – Art. By Michelle Lloyd. Art was a class that Sammy had to pass at school, but he had trouble holding the given out tools. Not a brush or pencil could he keep in hand, it was why …

Level Three – Depends.

Posted on: January 25, 2017

Level Three – Depends. By Michelle Lloyd. Little Herbert, New One and R V were out there, living like they loved it, young adults.  They knew what they thought about almost everything, a fact that was slightly to their parent’s …

Level Two. Keep up.

Posted on: January 18, 2017

Level Two – Keep up. By Michelle Lloyd. New One was astounded at how his mum could keep up with so many different things in a day.  Off she went to the plant and pot where she would be found …

Level One. Brush.

Posted on: January 11, 2017

Level One – Brush. By Michelle Lloyd. What was it that lay there like an inviting tool? An introduction to it for him had been made at school. In Art class they had been given a brush in hand, what …

Level Three. Timely.

Posted on: January 4, 2017

Level Three – Timely. By Michelle Lloyd. A timely event was something that could be appreciated because of how and when it occurred.  It was strange as a concept to some and to those who were logically and most pragmatically …

Level Two. For you.

Posted on: December 14, 2016

Level Two – For you. By Michelle Lloyd. It was the time when people for each other did an awful lot, and for Bunny Junior this was complicated by him not knowing for who to do what. Everybody had everything they …

Level One. Wrapping it up.

Posted on: December 7, 2016

Level One – Wrapping it up. By Michelle Lloyd.   A very special event was getting ever so close to be, and everybody was busying themselves so happily. Tasks to do there were so many and Ted knew this well, …

Level Three – Achievement.

Posted on: November 30, 2016

Level Three.  Achievement. By Michelle Lloyd.   What to do for many was an important task to know, if you had your objectives set then about them you could go. It was all that New One had seen of many …

Level Two. Consider.

Posted on: November 23, 2016

Level Two – Consider. By Michelle Lloyd. Little Herbert had long seen a trait in many of his friends, all too quickly decisions were made and sometimes this was just to make amends. If they had a choice then hardly any …

Level One – DIY.

Posted on: November 16, 2016

Level One – DIY. By Michelle Lloyd.   DIY was a word that Robbie had heard said, he had seen it spelled out and about it he had read. It was not something that he knew how to do or …

Level Three – Little Herbert.

Posted on: November 9, 2016

Level Three – Little Herbert. By Michelle Lloyd. Little Herbert had been known as so as far back as he did know, Herbert of course had been his actual name, and because of his size the prefix had came. Little …

Level Two. Why not?

Posted on: November 2, 2016

Level Two – Why not? By Michelle Lloyd. Sammy had been told to give things a try, go on and experience without questioning why. Sammy found it hard to give this attitude a go, he did not like to venture …

Level One. Small.

Posted on: October 26, 2016

Level One – Small. By Michelle Lloyd.   Sammy thought he was so small, his friends all seemed to him incredibly tall. It was true he was slight and shorter in height, but he did not let this rule his might. If …

Level Three. Can I?

Posted on: October 19, 2016

Level Three – Can I? By Michelle Lloyd.   Can I, was the start of a question so profound, as a query it was curiosity noted as a sound. Can I do this and can I do that? Answers to these …

Level Two. Similar but not the same.

Posted on: October 12, 2016

Level Two – Similar but not the same. By Michelle Lloyd.   Fitting in was fine for some to do, you could learn all about who knew who. When you got down to the when to do what, you found …

Level One. Fear.

Posted on: October 5, 2016

Level One – Fear. By Michelle Lloyd.   Trying something for the first time was hard to do, this was a lesson that Curtis had learned to be true. Going up was a trait that came easily to him, he would …

Level Three. That is SO me.

Posted on: September 28, 2016

Level Three – That is SO me. By Michelle Lloyd. It was the seasonal time for transition.  The colder month had arrived and an announcement was made by New One’s mum that appropriate coats would have to be bought. Generally …

Level Two. Who knew?

Posted on: September 21, 2016

Level Two – Who knew? By Michelle Lloyd. Otto the owlet was a student owl and top of his class, but there was sure a lot to learn and many exams to pass. Who knew, was generally his response to what …

Level One. Build.

Posted on: September 14, 2016

Level One – Build. By Michelle Lloyd.   A project from school was how it did start,  to build something was their task in art. Slow to begin and with no idea what to do, it was difficult for an …

Level Three. Show and Tell.

Posted on: September 7, 2016

Level Three – Show and Tell. By Michelle Lloyd. R V had a somewhat altered life.  It was not bad and he was not sad about it because this life he had was shared with a little brother, Dillon. Dillon …

Level Two. Aims.

Posted on: August 31, 2016

Level Two – Aims. By Michelle Lloyd.   Aims were the subject of the class and each student was given a task, to find out what each pupil’s aims were the questions began to get asked. Slowly aims yet to …

Level One. Wise.

Posted on: August 24, 2016

Level One – Wise. By Michelle Lloyd.   Wise as a word was used such a lot, Otto the owlet felt he was a wise tot. Owlets had lessons to learn and that was for sure, life for them was …

Level Three. Timing.

Posted on: August 17, 2016

Level Three – Timing. By Michelle Lloyd. It was all about timing.  This was a saying that regularly was said by both R V’s mum and dad.  Why was this said and about who?  Well, there was a lot to do …

Level Two. That is what I do.

Posted on: August 10, 2016

Level Two – That is what I do. By Michelle Lloyd. He was small.  He was actually tiny.  He was slightly wrinkly, pongy, noisy, difficult to understand and bald.  R V had thought all of these ideas of late.  They …

Level One. Acting.

Posted on: August 3, 2016

Level One – Acting. By Michelle Lloyd.   Dressing up and make believe was fun to do, one could try life out in someone else’s shoes. Teddy loved to try on clothes for size, he would act a given part and about …

Level Three. Are you happy?

Posted on: July 27, 2016

Level Three – Are you happy? By Michelle Lloyd. Happy was something that R V knew well.  He loved meeting up with his friends after school, he was interested in having one on one time with his parents when they …

Level Two. Do I have to?

Posted on: July 20, 2016

Level Two – Do I have to? By Michelle Lloyd. We all have our favourite objects, but at some point we may have to replace them or even throw them out… this was the dreaded statement that had been made, …

Level One. OTT.

Posted on: July 13, 2016

Level One – OTT. By Michelle Lloyd. It was a day just like any other, little Al was playing this is my job with his mother. Little Al loved to pretend at the jobs he had, it made him happy …

Level Three. Public Appeal.

Posted on: July 6, 2016

Level Three – Public Appeal. By Michelle Lloyd. It had finally dawned on a certain Little Herbert that his most dreaded of mornings had made an appearance.  It had been a bit of a long time coming but to Little Herbert …

Level Two. Do it this way, not that way.

Posted on: June 29, 2016

Level Two – Do it this way, not that way. By Michelle Lloyd. R V was used to being able to answer everything in class.  Question asked and he would be the first to put his hand up, give the …

Level One. Friends.

Posted on: June 22, 2016

Level One – Friends. By Michelle Lloyd. Friends were important to this friendly three, they knew that with each other they were as happy as could be. Friends were there when you needed them and stood by your side, it is …

Level Three. Are we there yet?

Posted on: June 15, 2016

Level Three – Are we there yet? By Michelle Lloyd. It was an occasional visit that had seen Little Herbert and his two friends strapped into the back seat of his dad’s vehicle.  They were off to see a superhero …

Level Two. Yes, I can.

Posted on: June 8, 2016

Level Two – Yes, I can. By Michelle Lloyd. R V didn’t like to say no.  He made it a rule to try to make the lives of all his friends, family and people he encountered, easier.  His mum had always told …

Level One. Write.

Posted on: June 1, 2016

Level One – Write. By Michelle Lloyd. A Bunny he was and happy in his life was he, but sometimes he imagined all the other things he would like to be. A bunny policeman, a fireman, teacher too, sometimes he imagined he …

Level Three. Granddad.

Posted on: May 25, 2016

Level Three – Granddad. By Michelle Lloyd. Little Herbert watched as the door opened and his heart beat with anticipation for his visit to begin.  It was the long awaited afternoon.  The talked of trip.  The few minutes that he could …

Level Two. Are you really ill?

Posted on: May 18, 2016

Level Two – Are you really ill? By Michelle Lloyd.   New One, Little Herbert and R V were the trio of friends who stood at each other’s side, in life they hardly ever did a thing that they could …

Level One. Hoglet’s Day.

Posted on: May 11, 2016

Level One – Hoglet’s Day. By Michelle Lloyd.   It was oh so fun to be awake in the day, Hoglet found much to do and such a lot to say. The main aim he had for pretty much everyday, …

Level Three. Is this a car or a coach?

Posted on: May 4, 2016

Level Three – Is this a car or a coach? By Michelle Lloyd. New One and R V were keen members of their football team.  The Junior football league table indicated that their team had done well of late, their climbing position …

Level Two. An art from the heart.

Posted on: April 27, 2016

Level Two – An art from the heart. By Michelle Lloyd.   All about sharing R V and Little Herbert knew, it was a kindness that someone for another could do. Life was full of dos and don’ts but they …

Level One. Nigel’s Way.

Posted on: April 20, 2016

Level One – Nigel’s Way. By Michelle Lloyd.   Nigel was not physically like his friends, he was different and to his tasks differently he did tend. Instead of four feet he had three, but with his extra addition he …

Level Three. Do what I say, not what I do.

Posted on: April 13, 2016

Level Three – Do what I say, not what I do. By Michelle Lloyd.   Parents were the people who you could go to when you felt scared, alone and when you needed a little or a lot of love.  New …

Level Two. Nigel’s Life Lesson.

Posted on: April 6, 2016

Level Two – Nigel’s Life Lesson. By Michelle Lloyd.   Nigel was different to others about his own age, it was explained when asked that he had his own physical stage. When others at school would walk or run, Nigel …

Level One. News.

Posted on: March 30, 2016

Level One – News. By Michelle Lloyd.   Every morning, bright and early Rob Rabbit would be heard to say, “It’s time to wake up, get up and learn about the news of today.” Little Rob Rabbit Jr. hardly knew …

Level Three. Lana and me.

Posted on: March 23, 2016

Level Three – Lana and me. By Michelle Lloyd.   Lana was a part of the family.  Lana was loved, looked after and listened to because as far as dogs went, she knew that she was the head of her household.  …

Level Two. Little Herbert will see it through.

Posted on: March 16, 2016

Level Two – Little Herbert will see it through. By Michelle Lloyd.   “Don’t leave things half finished.  See it through.”  This was a favourite saying of Little Herbert’s Dad and he was known to have said it often.  As …

Level One. Letter.

Posted on: March 9, 2016

Level One – Letter. By Michelle Lloyd.   Robby Rabbit had received his post, it was the time in the morning that he loved the most. A few minutes to rip open and read, to find out the news was …

Level Three. What’s it to be R V?

Posted on: March 2, 2016

Level Three – What’s it to be R V? By Michelle Lloyd.   Things had not been at all smooth for R V of late.  There was his difficulty in fitting in at school and then his short trial at taking on an adult’s role …

Level Two. What do we do?

Posted on: February 24, 2016

Level Two – What do we do? By Michelle Lloyd.   What do we do?  What do we do? It was a question often asked by New One, R V and Little Herbert too. For ideas about games, activities and new toys …

Level One. Nigel’s Desk.

Posted on: February 17, 2016

Level One – Nigel’s Desk. By Michelle Lloyd.   Exams were a subject that many did dread, all those lessons one had to learn when one would like to have fun instead. Horrible exams was something Nigel had often thought, it …

Level Three. R V’s Idea.

Posted on: February 10, 2016

Level Three – R V’s Idea. By Michelle Lloyd.   R V had started school with his two friends Little Herbert and New One.  It had been a life event they all shared.  A part of their lives that meant …

Level Two. Feelings.

Posted on: February 3, 2016

Level Two – Feelings. By Michelle Lloyd.   Feelings were something that has been talked about an awful lot, there were things you should or could do and things that you should not. New One had heard about almost every …

Level One. Annie’s Shoes.

Posted on: January 27, 2016

Level One – Annie’s Shoes. By Michelle Lloyd.   Shoes were the issue and the problem of the day, it was time to have some new ones and for the old ones to no longer stay. R V, Little Herbert …

Level Three. Now you see me.

Posted on: January 20, 2016

Level Three – Now you see me. By Michelle Lloyd.   R V was getting used to school, he knew the ways of the corridor and he was nobody’s fool. At school R V wasn’t awfully tough, but he was …

Level Two. Time in the day.

Posted on: January 13, 2016

Level Two – Time in the day. By Michelle Lloyd.   Time was something that was important to Little Herbert’s Dad, he ran his toy shop on his own and a lot of time was not something he had. Little …

Level One. Present.

Posted on: January 6, 2016

Level One – Present. By Michelle Lloyd.   A present is something R V knew all about, it was a reason to laugh, to be happy and shout. A present was something that one was able to give to a …

Level Three. Christmas Love.

Posted on: December 16, 2015

Level Three – Christmas Love. By Michelle Lloyd. New One’s school had announced that they would be holding a Christmas show.  It would be an evening for parents to see their children performing in a play called Christmas Love.  Each …

Level Two. Christmas.

Posted on: December 9, 2015

Level Two – Christmas. By Michelle Lloyd.   It was Christmas and New One knew, Lana and he had a lot to do. Cards for friends had to be given with love, while Father Christmas prepared presents to send from above. …

Level One. Flip Flop’s Happy Christmas.

Posted on: December 2, 2015

Level One – Flip Flop’s Happy Christmas. By Michelle Lloyd.   Flip Flop loved all things Christmas and all of the lights too, at home there was so much happiness in all there was to do. Cards of Christmas he had watched …

Level Three. When New One met the Vet.

Posted on: November 25, 2015

Level Three. When New One met the Vet. By Michelle Lloyd. New One had a lot of responsibilities.  A certain newest member of his family had made themselves at home.  Lana, the dog was loved by New One.  Her arrival …

Level Two. Lana’s Arrival.

Posted on: November 18, 2015

Level Two – Lana’s Arrival. By Michelle Lloyd.   New One had been getting used to the newest member of his family, a loving friend the furry, wide eyed, excited Lana dog was a faithful companion to who they all did …

Level One. Hoglet.

Posted on: November 11, 2015

Level One. Hoglet. By Michelle Lloyd.   Our tale it starts on what was a cold Autumn night, as Hedgehog and Hoglet came slowly into sight. 5000 spines the pair had each, Mother Hedgehog was about her baby Hoglet to teach. how …

Level Three. Lana.

Posted on: November 4, 2015

Level Three – Lana. By Michelle Lloyd. The weekend had been a long one for New One, his Dad had been working all of Saturday and that only left him a little of the two day break from school to …

Level Two. Nature.

Posted on: October 28, 2015

Level Two – Nature. By Michelle Lloyd.   A trip had been planned to go and see, the rabbits’ burrows and plight of the bee. It was time for New One, Little Herbert and for R V, to get ready, get …

Level One. Exam.

Posted on: October 21, 2015

Level One – Exam. By Michelle Lloyd. New One had started school, it had been fun at first but he now felt a bit of a fool. You see, at school one had to take it slow, but after a number …

Level Three. One Bully vs. A Heroic Three.

Posted on: October 14, 2015

Level Three. One Bully vs. A Heroic Three. By Michelle Lloyd. School had become a regular event for R V.  He loved the things other children seemed to dislike, the classes…well he found them to be not too bad, the teachers had …

Level Two. Care and Share.

Posted on: October 7, 2015

Level Two – Care and Share. By Michelle Lloyd.   New One and his Mum had been hard at work because it was to be a special day, all the effort, hard work and preparation had been ongoing for a theatre …

Level One. Jam.

Posted on: September 30, 2015

Level One – Jam. By Michelle Lloyd. Jam, it was the one thing R V loved to eat, full of taste and sweetness, it was a real treat. If he could R V would have jam from morning till night, …

Level Three. New One, the Scream and the Bee.

Posted on: September 23, 2015

Level Three – New One, the Scream and the Bee. By Michelle Lloyd. New One was happy that it was the weekend, finally he had a whole two days off school.  He had enjoyed his experience of starting school but he had …

Level Two. Excuse me, I booked a table for two?

Posted on: September 16, 2015

Level Two – Excuse me, I booked a table for two? By Michelle Lloyd.   R V, New One and Little Herbert made three, they all had decided to play a game of hide and go see The game did cause …

Level One. Nigel’s Wheel.

Posted on: September 9, 2015

Level One – Nigel’s Wheel. By Michelle Lloyd. Nigel was so happy, he was free to roam, everywhere he went he had with him his home. His shell he carried on his back, on path, on road, on earth filled …

Level Three. Choose the Shoes.

Posted on: September 2, 2015

Level Three – Choose the Shoes. School was about to start.  It had been the Summer holidays and now after several weeks of fun it was time for school work again.  Children all over the land were prepping for the …

Level Two. Friends Times Three.

Posted on: August 26, 2015

LEVEL TWO – NEW ONE, LITTLE HERBERT AND R V MAKE THREE. New One and R V a happy friendship had the two, they played so often they hardly had time to say PHEW! New One introduced R V to all …

Level One. Rabbit’s Toys.

Posted on: August 19, 2015

Level One – Early Readers.                                                                                                             Flip Flop, Drip Drop, Rain go away, We want to play today! Flip Flop loved toys, come what may Flip Flop would plan his day around his play Toys for out doors and toys for in …

Level Three.

Posted on: August 12, 2015

LEVEL THREE. R V, New One and the Visitor. R V and New One had been friends for a while.  New One would invite R V over to his house for playtime.  Regularly the two would play, share toys and …

Level Two.

Posted on: August 5, 2015

LEVEL TWO – SHARE WITH ME. (The use of TWO and TOO)   Can you share with me? My name is New One My name is R V can you come and share with me?   New One is my …

Level One.

Posted on: July 29, 2015

Level One – Early readers. New One: Come and Play!   My name is New One I love to have fun I live in a tree I swing to move about you see Be my friend come and Play Help me …

Welcome to Children’s stories at No.44.

Posted on: July 22, 2015

Welcome to Children’s stories at No.44 This is where you will find age related stories aimed at children from different areas of reading ability.  Each level will have age appropriate stories with defined ideas, inspirational morals or themes. Here you will …