Saffie | Everything's Rosie Characters

Saffie

The Cedar of Lebanon
  • Best friend... OAKLEY
  • Favourite food... Turkish Delight
  • Favourite game... Chinese Whispers
  • LIKES... to decorate her branches with jewels and trinkets
  • Looking forward to... making up clues for the next Treasure Hunt in the garden
  • DOESN'T LIKE... it when her friends are sad

Saffie is a multi-canopied evergreen tree that sits in a hidden dip beyond the playground.

A Middle Eastern beauty, Saffie the Cedar talks in an exotic, hypnotising accent about faraway lands.

She is mystical and poetic and offers words of wisdom in the form of riddles and proverbs.

Saffie's branches are home to the treasures she has collected from around the world.

 

Saffie the Cedar Tree

Saffie sits in a hidden dip behind the playground and picnic area.

She is nearly as tall as Oakley and stands elegantly beside Will and Holly's Studio.

Her long, flat conifer-style branches provide shade and security to her neighbours.

The Last Snowball | Story book

Saffie's favourite bedtime story is THE LAST SNOWBALL 

Download your copy, or buy the book here.

 

When Big Bear wakes up from his long winter sleep, he's ready to play but feels sad when he hears about all the fun everyone has had in the snow without him. Rosie thinks there might just be enough snow left for one last snowball for Big Bear, but they'll have to be quick... it's melting FAST.

Saffie's favourite nursery rhyme is the Five Little Ducks.

Five little ducks went swimming one day,

Over the pond and far away.

Mother duck said, "Quack, quack, quack, quack"

But only four little ducks came back.


Four little ducks went swimming one day,

Over the pond and far away.

Mother duck said, "Quack, quack, quack, quack"

But only three little ducks came back.


Three little ducks went swimming one day,

Over the pond and far away.

Mother duck said, "Quack, quack, quack, quack"

But only two little ducks came back.


Two little ducks went swimming one day,

Over the pond and far away.

Mother duck said, "Quack, quack, quack, quack"

But only one little duck came back.


One little duck went swimming one day,

Over the pond and far away.

Mother duck said, "Quack, quack, quack, quack"

And five little ducks came swimming back.