Henry the Hula Hooping Hippo (Henry and Friends Book 1)
By Kelly Robinson-Key

Henry was a hippo, a hippo that loved to dance,
He would dance around the desert whenever he had the chance.

Henry the Hula Hooping Hippo was written and illustrated by Kelly Robinson-Key. It is the first in a series of books about a Hippo called Henry and his animal friends. It is a wonderful story about a hippo that has to find courage to do something that he loves.


5.0 out of 5 stars

Beautiful illustrations and we loved it, 1 July 2016

By Kithera

‘My grandson is only 20 months and we’ve never read an ebook together so My expectations were not high but he loved it. He loved recognising the animals and sat with me right to the penultimate page! It has lovely illustrations and now I have to wait to find out how it ended! Great book. I hope it comes out as a real book as we will definitely buy it.’

5.0 out of 5 stars

Lovely story for toddlers, 12 Dec. 2016


‘A lovely short story! My toddler loves the pictures and it’s just long enough to keep his attention.’

Listen to Henry The Hula Hooping Hippo being read by myself (the author) in this video.




Tilly the Tortoise Tried (Henry and Friends Book 2)
by Kelly Robinson-Key

“Running is for cheetahs” they would all say,
You cannot race you must stay away.
Tilly the tortoise just wanted to take part,
She may not win but she would like a chance to start.

Tilly the Tortoise Tried was written and illustrated by Kelly Robinson-Key. It is the second book in the Henry and Friends book series. It is a wonderful story about a Tortoise that learns to have courage to try something new.


5.0 out of 5 stars

Lovely story! 10 Sept. 2016

By Lowri Taylor

‘A really lovely story with a really positive message. My son hates losing and always takes it very personally…it really gets him down. Now whenever he feels like he’s failed at something we read this story together…it calms him down when he’s upset and serves as a little reminder to just keep trying. It’s a thumbs up from us.’
5.0 out of 5 stars
A book with a lovely message, my son loves it especially the illustrations. Go Tilly!, 21 Sept. 2016
By Laura Jayne Kernick
‘A nice bedtime story with a good message for young children. Try your best! Lovely pictures too. My son likes to look at the pictures and we point out the different animals.’

Preview of Tilly the Tortoise Tried

To see the full eBook click here to purchase from Amazon.

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