A Bear is a friend for life, to... - Twecckles

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Twecckles are happy creatures that live in all trees.

They meld with the branches and trunk and 'pop out' as soon as the day dawns.

It is highly unlikely that you'll ever see one, unless you're very good, blessed or very lucky, but if you do, don't worry, they're very friendly.

They love to laugh and play, but also spend their time healing trees that have been damaged by, for instance, squirrel's who've nibbled at the bark. They'll work together to heal the wound left by their teeth.

They also encourage bees and butterflies, look after nests, as well as sorting out arguments between pheasants and other squabbling creatures, and generally keep our countryside as nature intended.

Homo sapiens do present a problem sometimes, but they take it all in their stride; it's very difficult to find a stressed out Twecckle!

The Twecckles on here for sale aren't, of course, real ones, they're plush replicas so we can enjoy a little of their cheer in our homes.

The first Twecckle Tale  published for Kindle and can be purchased from www.amazon.co.uk or the Amazon website for your country..
Also now available as a paperback booklet, available in 'shop'

Do you like chocolate? Jeremy does. He’d eat it for breakfast chopped up in a bowl with chocolate sprinkles on top. He’d have it in a sandwich for lunch and spread it over his potatoes at dinner; if he was allowed! 

Jeremy is a bear and lives with his human who takes very good care of him but doesn’t allow him too much chocolate. So Jeremy decides to grow his own chocolate tree in the woods, but he didn't expect to see Twecckles living there. He'd always thought Twecckles were imaginary tree creatures made up by silly humans to keep their kids amused, but here they were, very real with long straight bodies, leafy hands and feet; they looked like branches with arms and legs, most peculiar.

So what happened to his plans to grow a chocolate tree?

You’ll just have to open the pages and find out!

Book two

Tweedle the Twecckle was feeling very tired and his leafy hands and feet were dried out due to the long winter.

He was fed up with shuffling snow away from his tree roots, so went for a walk to a nearby human's home, where he heard a strange whirring sound.

Looking through a window, he found a well dressed bear, Snuffy, sitting at a little sewing machine; Snuffy quickly saw him and welcomed him inside.

When Tweedle realised that Snuffy made Bearmani designer clothing, he had a great idea and asked him if he'd make him a coat, but first, Snuffy insisted on tea and crumpets!

Twecckles don't eat as they will turn into whatever they've eaten; they get their nourishment from the trees, but Tweedle couldn't resist a jar of maple syrup; it is from the tree after all!

No, he didn't turn into a jar of syrup, but the effect was most unexpected!

Book three

Toddy is a bear of distinction wholoves jazz; not everyone does!

To some, jazz isn't beautiful at all, but when Toddy sang jazz to his garden plants, they loved it, and so did Ziggy, the Twecckle.
When Ziggy learnt that new plants in the local park had been trodden down by children, some destroyed and others left damaged, he suggests a jazz concert to see if it would help the young shoots.
Toddy thinks it a grand idea, so Ziggy gets lots more Twecckles to join them, and they set off to the park... making a noise is something we can all do; making your noise into something beautiful, is an art!


Book Four

Ryko has many friends to play with every day, including an unusual Twecckle called Toby, and his faithful dog Huntyr.

But he also has other friends living in other parts of the world, and one of them was coming to stay!

She arrived one day, in a box. Not a car, or a bus or even a train, but sealed in a box wrapped in paper with Ryko's name on it.

From the moment she arrived, the place was filled with laughter and energy, but her youthful excitement ended in trouble and it was up to Toby to sort it.

Book five

Twecckles live in trees, they take care for their trees and all nature that surrounds them... they don’t go to the supermarket, or drive cars! They never use computers, fly planes and they don’t sail boats… unless you’re a Twecckle called Dorkin!
Dorkin lives beside a huge lake and it had always been his dream to build a boat and sail across it to the other side of his world. Then one day his friend, Fuzzy bear, came to visit and he got his wish.

But it wasn’t really the way he’d imagined, and it didn’t exactly go the way he expected either!

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