Category Archives: Characters

LBB-The Rumbling Bush Monster

Podcast The Rumbling Bush MonsterThis is the second book in a series of four: ‘The Rumbling Bush Monster,’ find out more at this link.

Joey goes on an adventure while the family are sleeping. Joey is getting older and more confident.

He moves through the trees and down to the grassland below to meet his friend Paws, who is a young kangaroo, along with Blossom the Pygmy Possum.

However things are about to change, suddenly they feel the ground rumble and shake.

The vibration penetrates their small bodies right up to the top of their heads, they are terrified! (Warning there are some loud noises in this audio, listen first)

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LBB008 Gula & Colos Find a New Home

This is the first book in a series of four: ‘Gula & Colos Find a New Home,’ find out more at this link. In this audio, little Joey like so may Koalas are trying to survive with the ever increasing encroachment of their environment, driving them deeper into the forest. Joey heard the noises on… Continue Reading

Easy crochet patterns

Easy crochet patterns

  In my first children’s book, ‘Weekend Adventure with Zach & Friends’, I crocheted a hippo for one of the characters, I needed a prop… it was very basic, using an open weaved pattern with a large hook for speed. There was no pattern to follow, I just did it by feel and Zach emerged.… Continue Reading

The Rumbling Bush Monster

The Rumbling Bush Monster

Looking down the lens of the telescope from the present to the 1850’s we see Joey about to go exploring the grassland below his home. In Book Two: The Rumbling Bush Monster, Joey goes on an adventure while the family are sleeping. Joey is getting older and more confident. He moves through the trees and… Continue Reading

Gula and Colos Find a New Home

Gula and Colos Find a New Home

      Everyday there are news items about the plight of the koala in Australia, everything from lack of food to developers and land owners destroying their habitat.     It’s hard to believe that such an iconic Australian marsupial could be in so much trouble, but they are. There are however many organisations… Continue Reading