The little Fuzznuts could be heard having a brabble and mother heaved a sigh and went out to see what it was about. They saw her approach and fell silent, their heads lowering so as not to meet her stern stare.
‘Poggin, Mallok, Meeple, why must you always fight? Now you must come indoors and go to your separate rooms until you learn to get on together!’
Poggin and Meeple obeyed their mother, but Mallok, the most difficult Fuzznut, stood defiantly.
‘Mallok!’ shouted Mother, ‘Go instantly to the Growlery!’
Mallok knew right then what a foozle he had committed by defying Mother.
oh i love your fuzznuts and the use of the prompt words. the little pictures made me giggle! so creative!
Love the fuzznuts. They are adorable.
The Fuzznuts are great 🙂
A smile waiting to happen 🙂
Just lovely! Reminds me of childhood books with funny characters, moomins and bottersnikes and gumbles etc.
This is great, they are so adorable..
What a wonderful use of words with the story. They fit perfectly with the pictures.
Thank you, everyone. Your positive comments are much appreciated.
I love this- fuzznuts are such a fab idea; remind me of some of the Mr Men 😀
The fuzznuts are a great invention – they really made me smile. Love the pictures that go with the writing too!
This is a series waiting to be writ! You could use lots of the 'olde' words as examples for the children to research. Fabulous!
Loved the story and the characters. Brilliant, hope to hear more from the Fuzznuts.
Love it!! What a creative way of using these words.