Fun and educational! Got Vroom & Zoom’s story for my 4 year old son and he loves it! Has become the new favourite bed time story. Characters are fun and illustrations are bright and bold. We are also (trying) to teach him the alphabet and this series will be a great help!James


I liked ‘Egg and Leg’ a lot because it was a jumpy and spinny book. I liked the egg hunt, it was fun. 10/10 Amazing!R


I loved Kick and Quick, can’t wait for the release of further books in this series!Brian


It was really funny when Zoom changed colour.Henry


I loved it when Kick went SPLASH! So funny!Charlie


What a great puzzle book, so many fun activities and such variety too. Loved the links to the story ‘Egg and Leg’ which we also thoroughly enjoyed. Great value, will definitely be buying more.Kim


Egg & Leg’s Colour Me Rhymers book was perfect for my 5 year old nephew – kept him occupied for ages!Lesley


I loved Kick’s trick when he kicked the ball to Quack, Queck, Quick, Quock and Quuck.  100/100 Cool!R

Endorsement for The Rhymers

I have been working with Speech Link, a national company who enable schools to support pupils with speech, language and communication needs. They recommend my work to schools and have featured my books within their Link magazine in a feature on the importance of rhyme in the educational development of children.



School Visits

Thanks to Andrew for coming in to our school – it’s great to see a past pupil doing so well as an author. The children all really enjoyed their sessions and loved the stories. It as great for the children to ask lots of questions about being an author and how to write and publish a book. The content of the books are great and so useful for teaching rhyming skills.Lindsay Russell-Samways, Literacy Leader, Staplehurst School


Excellent and insightful lesson that engaged the students and inspired them to consider their own career paths.Andrew Sutton-Jones, English Teacher, Chatham & Clarendon School


The children had a great day and many children are now even more inspired to be an author!Elizabeth Forbes, Deputy Headteacher, Bodsham School


I really enjoyed learning how to write for little children. It made me think more about the words I choose.Joshua, Year 6


I  liked nap and Yap. I felt sorry for Nap not being able to sleep and I liked drawing my own Yap and writing rhymes.Emma, Year 2


I thought the lesson was so much fun and I improved my writing!Ollie, Year 6


We really loved your lesson and you really inspired me to want to become a writer too.Katie, Year 7


I loved your colourful books and how you made the words come to life.Steve, Year 3


I so want to be an author now!Jane, Year 7


Thank you for making our lesson so much fun!Bobby, Year 1


Andrew spoke to our U3A in November 2015 about his experience of self-publishing and our members found his talk both illuminating and stimulating. He talked us through the wide variety of skills that he had acquired in order to achieve publication of his books and, whilst encouraging those who had ambitions to self-publish, made clear the pitfalls that could occur. All-in-all, Andrew gave a highly interesting talk in a clear and humorous manner and was happy to answer a wide variety of questions from our members.Paul Griffin, Speaker Organiser, Goudhurst & District U3A


I really enjoyed your talk yesterday – it was very friendly and informative and covered all the aspects of self publicationAnne Cooper, Goudhurst U3A


You were the best speaker we have had in over eight years of talks.Stella, Staplehurst


I found your talk extremely informative.Moira, Kent


Your talk was lively, concise and full of enthusiasm. I learnt so much.Joan, Kent

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