News from The Rhymers & author Andrew Buller
Keep up-to-date with news from The Rhymers with their acclaimed children’s rhyming alphabet book series, as well as the work of their author and illustrator Andrew Buller.
The Rhymers and their author Andrew Buller love getting out and about and sharing stories and expertise in the art of self-publishing and creative writing. Below is a flavour of some of the things they have been up to. If you would like to book Andrew Buller for an event then please send a message to email@example.com.
Earliest news can be found at Andrew Buller’s Patreon page.
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The beautiful “But Nana” written by Patricia Brookhouse and published by Andrew Buller Books is available now on Amazon. This charming tale explores God in creation and God in the ordinary. It is a wonderful conversation starter between child and adult about the mysteries of our Creator. All of the proceeds of this book will be donated to Mary’s Meals who’s global vision is that every child deserves an education and enough to eat.
The work Andrew Buller has been doing with Catching Lives homeless clients on the Harbledown book series features within a beautifully written articlehighlighting what a positive impact this project has had on people’s lives.
Harbledown Hope shines out in a beautiful front window display at the Catching Lives bookshop. Visit this beautiful and historic building with the crooked door in Palace Street, Canterbury and purchase your copy of our book. Find out much more about this project on Andrew Buller’s dedicated Catching Lives pages.
Harbledown Hope is the first book to be written and illustrated by the incredibly talented clients at Catching Lives and co-authored by Andrew Buller. It will be launched on the 10th October 2017 to coincide with World Homeless Day. The launch takes place at Catching Lives’ open centre in Canterbury at 2.30pm and again at 6.30pm.
Harbledown Hope is about a young orphaned fox’s traumatic journey, drawing on the challenges and experiences faced by the homeless. It is a story of hardship, pain, loss and discrimination, but through friendship, courage and sacrifice, comes hope.
The Rhymers celebrate the release of the 50th book in their ever-growing series! So please forgive this moment of self-indulgence, as their author and illustrator Andrew Buller reflects on some personal highlights and favourite stories – and raises his bat to celebrate the half-century!
The number of early learning books within The Rhymers series keeps growing. The most recent addition is the delightful Shape Up Rhymers. This book teaches young children their common 2D shapes in a colourful and engaging way with simple rhyming text.
Andrew Buller has been working closely with the wonderful people at Speech Link who enable schools to support pupils with speech, language and communication needs. They have featured Andrew’s work in the latest issue of their national Link magazine in an article exploring the importance of rhyme in children’s educational development. Andrew has also provided a free puzzle book to all who receive the magazine.