Tilly and Friends

Step through the front door of Tilly’s little yellow house and join her and her five animal best friends.

Tilly and Friends sitting on a couch

From inspired picture-book creator Polly Dunbar comes a colourful and charming series following the escapades of Tilly and her friends.

 

Tilly is a very happy, lively little girl who lives in a little yellow house. Living with her are her best friends: the vain Pru, who likes to make an entrance; Hector the sensitive pink pig who is prone to fits of giggles; mischievous crocodile Doodle who likes to chew the furniture; cheeky Tiptoe the rabbit who likes to surprise people; and Tumpty the innocent elephant, the youngest of the friends.

 

Tilly’s world is one which children will be able to relate to and where friendship is at the heart of everything. Tilly loves having her friends around her and always makes time for them with all sorts of imaginative play, discovering the joys and challenges of friendship.

 

Everybody wants to be Tilly’s friend! Step through the front door of The Little Yellow House and enjoy a visual feast of imagination and fun.

 

 

Read about the characters

 

Tilly is a nurturing figure but without being maternal or bossy, she too is a child discovering things along with the other character.

 

Tiptoe the rabbit who communicates through magic twinkles; he is the enigmatic character who always seems to know what to do.

 

Pru the very pretty chicken and is always being fabulous.

 

Doodle is a tom-boyish crocodile and adds a bit of bite to the household.
 
Hector the playful pig who loves to wear pink.

 

Tumpty the gentle elephant who is loveable and well meaning.

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