Welcome to the Website for
Uncle Rocky, Fireman and Feast of Memories
Good Stories for Young Boys and Girls
The Adventures of Uncle Rocky, Fireman on stage.
Friday 29 April at 10 and 12 and Saturday 30 April at 2 and 5.
The Port Tobacco Players Theater, 508 Charles Street, La Plata, MD will present the World Premier of the stage play adaptation of the Uncle Rocky, Fireman series of children’s picture books.
The hour long event will also include an award ceremony for Charles County Fire, EMS and Police heroes, a Dalmatian Dog demonstration (available for pictures afterwards), and a fire safety presentation by Jr Miss Fire Prevention (11 yrs old).
Parents should call 301-932-6819 or visit www.ptplayers.org for tickets. Tickets are $5/child an $10/adult
In 1990, when Ben and Luke were 6 and 4, Katie decided I should spend time with them and put them to bed each night with a story.
Uncle Rocky, Fireman began for us a father-son time that was great fun then, produces wonderful memories now, and with Ben and Luke now 29 and 27, is being happily carried into the future with our grandchildren.
We wrote and illustrated the Uncle Rocky, Fireman stories in the hope that you will have the same fun with your kids as I did with Ben and Luke.
Please download the free book and take advantage of the coloring pages. If you like the stories, please pass on the website to as many other Moms and Dads as you know.
Thank you -
** Just Published! **
by Benjamin, Anne, and James Brewster
"I love your books. Ben usually has a very whiney attitude when I ask him to do something. Not lately. Well, not since we bought your books. Now, when I ask him to do something he pauses and says, "Glad to do it!" I love it. It's such a joy to hear. Thank you." - - Kristen Tidwell
"Jim, the books we purchased are quite worn now. Our boys really like them. They were impressed that we "actually" knew you. I will gladly review your new book....is it okay if I read it to the boys? Again, thanks for writing the books. Our older boys have ADHD and learning disabilities and your books kept their attention." - - Cheryl Carter