The Rhymers long to say… happy birthday to you! A perfect personalised gift. Other stories add a name, but in this Rhymers adventure your character will come to life in words and pictures. Let the author know details and they…
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 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.
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…
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…
Fun Shapes Learning! Children will love learning their shapes as The Shapers arrive at Rhyme Island to get The Rising Rhymers ship-shape. This book beautifully combines rhyme and learning. There is much to spot within the vibrant illustrations and lots…
In the beginning… In the beginning was the word…and within the word the letters of life. The Rising Rhymers are the letters that help God speak creation into existence. This is a gorgeously illustrated book that brings the creation story…
Counting down fun! It is really exciting to be releasing the latest book from The Rhymers’ ever-growing series titled “Ten Lovely Eggs”. Join Rhymer Egg and his egg friends this Easter and through the year. Children will love learning simple…
The Rhymers share their first words of 2017 with their gorgeous First Words alphabet book. This book is full of colour and teaches children their alphabet and over 100 first words. The Rhymers bring learning to life!
The Rhymers beautifully teach children their alphabet through fun, engaging and colourful characters that our son loves to look at over and over again.
Great alphabet learning!
This is a brilliant and novel retelling of the creation story as The Rising Rhymers help God bring the world to life. Full of colour and so much to see!
A gorgeous Creation!
It’s really funny when the tricks all go wrong and take over from Izzy and Whizzy. Spotting where the cards are hiding is also fun. We love the bright colours in this story.
We love Izzy & Whizzy!
I am so pleased with the beautiful personalised birthday book for my daughter. She loved how much her character looked like her. Having her favourite toy in the pictures as a spotting game was delightful. Highly recommended!
Gorgeous personalised birthday book!
The Rumbers characters are fun, but clearly the numbers too. Each bright and cheerful page has lots to see and talk about. What a great way to be introduced to counting!
Great for numbers learning!
We have laughed so much trying to get our tongues around Mubble Pup’s tongue twisters! Great for speech and language development too.
Tongue twisting fun!
Another beautiful and colourful book from Andrew Buller. Lovely to read out loud and enjoy the rhythms, rhymes and gorgeous characters.
Enjoy the rhythms & rhymes!
The Colourful Rhymers book is beautifully drawn, simple and enjoyable to read. Identifying all the different items on the pages gives longevity to the use of the book.
Hairy & Scary’s book shows that we can overcome our fears with the help of others. Cleverly written and illustrated with simplicity, yet with so much to see and talk about as you chuckle together.
Hugs for Hairy & Scary!
These lower case letters come to life in this lovely, simple story for young children to understand and talk about. The vibrant illustrations really keep our grandson interested.