The Jolly Jangles Teddy Bears

Meet the Jolly Jangles

Hello, everyone, and a warm welcome to this delightful gathering of teddy bears. These lovable companions consist of twelve crochet creations lovingly crafted by Marilyn Cook, affectionately known as the Jolly Jangles. Marilyn breathed life into them through two rhyming children’s books, adorned with stunning illustrations featuring vivid and lifelike scenery, truly bringing these bears to life. Allow us the joy of introducing them to you. 

“It’s Time to Rhyme”

Jolly Jangles Teddy Bear called Autumn

Autumn

Hello, my name is Autumn,
I just love the colours it brings,
The yellows, oranges and reds…
And sometimes I see some greens.

Jolly Jangles Teddy Bear called Blossom

Blossom

Guess why my name is called Blossom?
It’s because my best friends are flowers,
I can hear them talking as they move their petals,
It’s one of my magic powers.

Jolly Jangles Teddy Bear called Breeze

Breeze

Hello, my name is Breeze,
I love to play outside,
Especially if it’s windy,
I open my arms wide.

Jolly Jangles Teddy Bear called Flutterby

Flutterby

I know it’s such a strange name,
And I’m really called Butterfly,
But I always get my words mixed up,
So they nick named me Flutterby!

Jolly Jangles Teddy Bear called Naughty

Naughty

Hello my name is Naughty, I’m really not all that bad, I laugh a lot and tell some jokes, They call me Jack the lad!
Jolly Jangles Teddy Bear called Podge

Podge

Hello my name is Podge,And it’s not because I’m plump, It’s just that I like porridge, With an extra sugar lump!
Jolly Jangle Teddy Bear called Rainbow

Rainbow

Do you like bright colours like I do?
What colour are you wearing today?
I’m wearing all of the colours,
My name’s Rainbow, that’s cool hey!

Jolly Jangle Teddy Bear called Scruff

Scruff

Hello do you like my new wellies? Do they tidy me up enough? I’m always getting told off…. And that’s why they call me Scruff!

Jolly Jangle Teddy Bear called Snowflake

Snowflake

Hello my name is Snowflake,
And I love it when it starts to snow,
When there’s lots of tiny snowflakes,
That twinkle wherever they go.

Jolly Jangle Teddy Bear called Splosh

Splosh

Hello my nick name is Splosh,
I don’t know why they call me that,
Because my real name is Puddles,
As I love to splash and splat.

Jolly Jangle Teddy Bear called Sunset

Sunset

Hello my name is Sunset, As I love yellow, orange and red, And when the sky lights up, I know it’s time for bed.
Jolly Jangle Teddy Bear called Sunshine

Sunshine

I love to feel the sun on my face,
That’s why they call me Sunshine,
As soon as the sun comes out I smile,
As it makes me feel so fine.

Discover the adventures that the Jolly Jangles get up to in our fresh series of children’s rhyming picture books, and explore how we can support you and your children along the way!

Meet the Jolly Jangles book out now on Amazon

The first of our story books ‘Meet the Jolly Jangles’,  introduces our young readers to the Jolly Jangles, and can be found on Amazon

Autumn the Jolly Jangle readding Meet the Jolly Jangles book
Tuttle the Tortoise

Tuttle the Tortoise

Tuttle the Tortoise

Introducing one of the Jolly Jangle’s friends – “Tuttle the Tortoise” also available on Amazon.  The book has been awarded 5 star status by Readers Favourites so we are over the moon!

Rudy's Lost His Red Nose!

The Jolly Jangles Christmas story - Rudy's Lost His Red Nose

No doubt, our Jolly Jangles page wouldn’t be whole without sharing a touching Christmas tale titled “Rudy’s Lost His Red Nose!” authored by Marilyn Cook, the esteemed best-selling author of “Meet the Jolly Jangles.” This heartwarming story showcases the cleverness of the Jolly Jangles, inspiring young readers to flex their problem-solving muscles creatively. It’s a narrative that promises to keep young minds engaged and guessing until the very last page!

The Jolly Jangles Christmas story - Rudy's Lost His Red Nose

If you would like a copy of this please click on Amazon to be taken straight to the book

Last but not least, our Jolly Jangles page wouldn’t be fully complete without a brief message from the Jolly Jangles themselves and their ‘magic powers’…