*Note for adult readers to children
Billy Hop is a very cute little rabbit, who dares to dream big.
Through friendship, hope, determination and teamwork, he discovers his dream is realised through his own self-worth.
Bringing up amazing children with subtle morals and values to entertain, yet guide our little ones and help make them unafraid to dream big too.
BILLY HOP’S DREAM
Billy Hop, the adventurous and bright little rabbit takes you through his small kingdom in search of an elusive dream.
Can dreams really come true?
Find out how pretty little Fairy Elmanda comes to Billy’s rescue. Why Rascal and Scalliwag try to dissuade Billy from his search.
Meet his lively and not so lively forest friends and join Billy in his quest to make his dream come true.
Follow him on the forest-animals-path and discover the terrible sacrifice that Billy must make.
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#1 Elmanda #2 Searching
#3 Mum’s Kiss #4 Thinking
#5 Tully #6 Prissy #7 Birds #8 Billy #9 Butterflies #10. Olga Owl
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“Billy Hop’s Dream” is available in hardback, paperback and eBook format.
Also now available is a USB in a book shape to listen and watch the story on your big television, a laptop or computer.
Written, edited and fully narrated by the author – this little book shaped USB is complete with the entire story and all the pictures. You can order as many as you like with free ordinary postage within Australia through my website contact form.
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Something great happens! I love the moral in this story –May 28, 2017
A delightful Children’s book with the cutest characters. Written in a child’s language, with a moral to the story. One can almost hear the characters voices. Beautifully illustrated. Look forward to more children’s books to read to my grandchildren.
Review Rating: 5 Stars–
Reviewed By Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers’ Favorite
Have you ever had a dream that was so real you could almost taste it? Billy had a delicious dream. It involved a huge basket full of carrots. You see, Billy is a bunny and Billy loves carrots. When he woke up from his sleep, he remembered his dream and his stomach grumbled. He desperately wanted to find that wonderful basket of carrots. He set off on a journey, meeting some friends along the way, friends he had helped in the past. Billy was a very helpful bunny. His friends were always happy to see him, but they were also very busy and couldn’t help Billy look for the basket of carrots that appeared in his dream. What is a bunny to do when his dream doesn’t come true? Trudge home, of course.
Kitty Boyes’ picture book story, Billy Hop’s Dream, is a delightful story that teaches young readers valuable lessons. Not only are young readers introduced to different creatures in nature, they are also taught the importance of being kind and helpful to others, no matter the differences. And that’s the way the forest creatures see Billy: “He was always so helpful…” As Billy ventures on his quest to find the much desired basket of carrots from his dream, he is greeted with love and affection from all he meets. But no carrots. The story is written in simple language to appeal to the young reader and it is accompanied by colorful illustrations. Each animal and insect is described with enough detail to educate the young reader, and each interaction teaches the importance of caring for one another. A great story about caring for others.
MR FRUMBLE’S HAT
Mr Frumble is a grumpy old man. He lives in a big house that he is too lazy to clean.
One day a little man in a blue suit wearing a very peculiar hat, knocks on his door and offers to clean his house for no pay.
Mister Frumble lets him in and soon the little man sends old Mr Frumble into a spin. He is woken up every morning with very loud banging noises that make Mister Frumble even grumpier.
Why is the little man in the blue suit always trying to bang a nail in a wall to hang his hat on?
Why was he always waking Mister Frumble up?
MR FRUMBLE MEETS JINX
Old Mr Frumble’s sore hands, knees and elbows hurt so much when he works too hard. He tries hard but decides he needs some help with all his daily chores. After one young lady starts the job, she is disappointed with her pay and leaves.
A young boy named Jinx, who looks very dirty and maybe a bit sly knocks on Mr Frumble’s door, offering his help.
Jinx is not all that he seems and with hard lessons both learned and taught about acceptance, trust, understanding and faith, the two make an unlikely partnership into one of lasting friendship, after which, an unexpected miracle happens to Mr Frumble.