A poem about a cobbler who uses some leftover leather to make a purse with rather wonderful properties.
Santa has left for the day and left the elves in charge. But when the wolves come for the reindeer, can little Billy Bo-Bo save the day?
Santa and the Leprechauns
Santa gets into a spot of bother over Ireland, but luckily the little green guys come to the rescue!
Useful at bedtime to sing your little one to sleep and maybe you can grab some well-earned shut-eye yourself. Two versions included.
Old King Cole
King Cole is very demanding but he loved a party, especially involving his three fiddlers.
Sing a Song of Sixpence
Birds in unusual places – classic nursery rhyme.
Ride a Cock-Horse
Classic nursery rhyme – try bouncing your child on the foot of a crossed leg to simulate the horse ride!
Little Tommy Tucker
Little Tommy Tucker sings for his supper, but will he ever find marital bliss?
Jack and Jill
Jill, why did you follow that clumsy Jack? You should have just taken your pail of water and slipped away.
Simple Simon is hungry but has no money to buy a pie.
Ding Dong Bell
Poor pussy has been put in the well by naughty Tommy.