As a child, do you remember loving your toys so much that you brought them to life, so they could have fun and adventures with you? Archie lives on a farm in a forest, overlooking a beautiful lake. On the farm there is a wood, fields and lots of secret places. There are also rumours of buried treasure and a dragon living under the lake.
Tales from Forest Farm are the stories about those who live ON and, IN the farm. Think “modern day Beatrix Potter meets Toy Story”, aimed at children aged four to eight.
The Rabbits of Forest Farm is the first series, telling the exploits of Archie’s family of toy rabbits – Ralphy, Blue, Roger and Blanca. Their escapades as they come to life, together with their friends, in and around the farm, is narrated in this series of adventures. The tales chart the stories, whilst subtly reminding children of the importance of values such as teamwork, kindness, creative thinking and being brave.
In Rabbits Ahoy, the rabbits decide to take a row on the lake one summer evening, then get into trouble when they lose an oar. This story is about courage, great ideas and working together.