Rowbo

Rowbo

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Thanks for looking at my profile. I'm from the North East of England and work as the education officer at a football club. I've written a range of books and educational programmes to help support children's learning and emotional development. These range from interactive stories, such as Kirabo, to animated programmes like Melody Castle and Ebooks.They are available to buy from my website. Kirabo is the first chidlren's book that I've written just for fun (although there is an educational version available). I write for the sheer joy of it and it would be great to talk to like minded people.

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Billy and the Bumbles

Ronnie

Billy buys a broken telescope from a junk shop only to discover it leads to a magical world where everyone is named after their feelings.


When Billy's bike doesn't arrive for his seventh birthday, Billy's mum takes him shopping for a new gift. After meeting Mr. Atkins, the old junk shop owner, Billy buys a battered old telescope. As he plays with it later that night, Billy finds a strange inscription engraved around the eye piece. As he read it aloud the telescope bursts into life. Billy in transported to the magical world of Tutani, a world covered by a magical rainbow. Billy meets Dol (short for Doldrums) and together they face many adventures along with Stomp, Brag, Mumble and Cheeri and Bump. This is a lovely story for young readers.

 

Kirabo and the Sea Serpent's P....

Ronnie Rowbotham

Kirabo is back for her scariest adventure yet. This time she's in the middle of waring merpeople and must face a fierce sea serpent.


After falling out with Brady, Kirabo decides to spend some time alone on a tropical island, but her peace and quiet is soon forgotten as she meets Kiristabel, a beautiful mermaid with a dark secret. Kirabo suddenly finds herself in the middle of a war between the mermaids and the mermen. Just as Kirabo begins to think things couldn't get any worse Brady appears on the side of the mermen. Kirabo and Brady must become friends again and bring an end to the war, but to do that they must face a dangerous sea serpent and steal it's magical pearl.

 

Kirabo

Ronnie Rowbotham

Kirabo; four fun magical adventures for young readers. Join 6 year old Kirabo and her friend Brady as they meet dragons, witches, giants and whales.


Kirabo is an African name meaning-gift. When Kirabo has to go and live with her parent's best friends, their son, Brady, doesn't make her feel very welcome. That is until he finds her in the attic one day and follows her inside a cardboard box! Follow Kirabo and Brady as they go on a series of magical adventures, each one scarier than the last. Join 6 year old Kirabo and her friend Brady as they meet dragons, witches, giants and whales.

 

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Colin Neville wrote 646 days ago

Dear Ronnie I have launched a thread listing collections of short ....

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Hi Rowbo And welcome, if you have time I'd be ever so grateful if ....

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I wrote 747 days ago

Hi Nick, I've just read the first two chapters but I wanted to say how much I love this book. The description, pace and characterisations are beautifully crafted. I can't wait to continue to read the rest of the story, It's already on my shelf and I've given it the maximum stars. Rowbo (Kirabo) view book

I wrote 747 days ago

Hi Nick, I've only read the first two chapters but I had to write to say what an amazing story. The description and characterisations are beautiful. I can't wait to continue reading. It's already on my sheld and has the maximum stars. I love this book. Rowbo (Kirabo) view book

I wrote 747 days ago

Hi Nick, I've only read the first two chapters but I had to write to say what an amazing story. The description and characterisations are beautiful. I can't wait to continue reading. It's already on my sheld and has the maximum stars. I love this book. view book

I wrote 747 days ago

Hi Aurora, I enjoyed reading your book. There are some lovely and imaginative ideas there. I couldn't help feel that a little bit of depth was mssing at times. For example the trees-Grinders. I did wonder, if they had been people, why weren't they helping the others and not hindering them. We do fi... view book

I wrote 752 days ago

Hi Neville, I've read the first chapter of your book. It's beautifully described and with enough pace to keep even the most reluctant of young readers interested. Just a couple of points/thoughts. In 1930's England Tommy would address an older lady as 'Miss' not 'Missus' I'm afraid films set in Lond... view book

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