Signed by Jennie Orbell – published by Read Aloud Story Books, thus is a delightful story that explores friendship, growing older, and loyalty
Prince Regal is trying to keep everyone’s spirits up, while Roger the tipper truck seems completely determined to upset everyone. . . The problem is that the toys have been in Bobby’s parents’ attic for a very, very long time. Even Merrybelle, the eternally happy Christmas fairy, is beginning to think that they may never be found. Will someone come? Will the toys ever leave the attic? Is grumpy Roger right and the friends will remain in the attic forever?
3 thoughts on “Prince Regal and the Forgotten Friends”
Dawn Stewart – November 5, 2015:
What a lovely little book for children to read alone or have read to them. Children’s minds are inquisitive and this certainly feeds their mind. Ideal for school reads as discussion can take place through the excitement.
5 out of 5
Jennie Orbell – December 4, 2015:
Your children will love this!
By Deb McEwan (Multi-genre author) on November 14, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Prince Regal and the Forgotten Friends is full of wonderful toy characters that children or adults will be able to relate to. Among them are Prince Regal, the leader and inspiration to many of the others, Merrybelle, always smiling and trying to look on the bright side and Ted who soldiers on, despite his difficulties. Then there’s Roger. Suffice to say that most adults have met a ‘Roger’ at some time in their lives. The toys are in a predicament and despite Prince Regal’s best efforts, Roger is determined to make his job a lot more difficult.
This is a lovely story with delightful rhymes and illustrations at the end of each chapter that summarise the previous chapter or give hints about what may happen next. Children will be captivated and will absolutely love it!
5.0 out of 5 stars An appealing story
By Mai Griffin on 25 Oct. 2015
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
An appealing story for children with charming pictures, which provide many opportunities for verbal communication between the reader and a child under reading age.