Wiggly House is delighted to release a special edition short story The Birthday Tea. The Wiggly Worm has the privilege of featuring in this short story, in celebration of The Queen’s 90th Birthday.
Tea was served as the glorious sun shone,
But where was the worm? Where had he gone?
If you would like a copy please click on the link above. We hope that you enjoy reading it. Our long awaited second book is now being edited, so please watch this space!
We are very excited and delighted to be sharing our story of The Wiggly Jiggly Worm with the Boys & Girls Nursery, as part of National Storytelling Week. We will be visiting all four nurseries based in Rickmansworth, Croxley Green, Watford, and Stanmore on Wednesday 4th February and Thursday 5th February.
Earlier this month we were delighted to be invited to Aycliffe Drive Primary School in Hemel Hempstead, as part of their work on the topic of ‘worms’. Cassandra Kelvin visited Reception Class to read The Wiggly Jiggly Worm and was then shown around the classroom, where the children had their very own wormery.
Following the visit, the children made a wonderful display, featuring our very own wiggly jiggly worm, as well as other characters from the book.
Wiggly House were thrilled to have been able to contribute to a project, which forms part of the curriculum, and would love to visit more primary schools to share the story of The Wiggly Jiggly Worm.
Today author Cassandra Kelvin visited Riverbanks Nursery School to read The Wiggly Jiggly Worm to all the children. The nursery has been celebrating Children’s Book Week 30th June – 4th July with a visit yesterday from illustrator David Boyle and today our very own wiggly jiggly worm!
The children shared which part of the story was their favourite and asked lots of interesting questions about the worm. Thank you to everyone at Riverbanks for making us feel so welcome.
Wiggly House was delighted to be in April’s edition of My Radlett News. Author Cassandra Kelvin felt very proud to have been featured in the magazine, sharing her story of The Wiggly Jiggly Worm with her local community.