Clementine Rose is over the moon. Her ballet lessons have finally begun, and Clementine's class has been invited to dance at the village hall. There's lots to learn, and Clemmie is eager to get onstage and twirl with her friends!
But on the day of the big ballet performance, disaster strikes! Will Clementine find a way for the show to go on?
Clementine Rose is so excited to be going to school for the first time! Especially when her new teacher tells her about the Pet Day coming up soon. But will Clementine Rose be allowed to bring her teacup pig Lavender into school - and could the two of them even win a prize?
Clementine Rose was delivered not in the usual way, at a hospital, but in the back of a mini-van, in a basket of dinner rolls.
So begins the story of a very special little girl. Clementine Rose grows up with her adopted mother, Lady Clarissa, their butler, Digby Pertwhistle, and a very tiny teacup pig named Lavender. When Clementine's scary Aunt Violet visits, the household is thrown into disarray. What is it that Aunt Violet really wants, and what is she hiding in her mysterious black bag?
Clementine Rose is so excited! There’s going to be a wedding at Penberthy House. But amid the excitement, Uncle Digby falls ill, an invitation goes astray and, to everyone’s horror, mean Aunt Violet is left in charge . . .
The beautifully wrapped wedding gifts give Clementine a great idea, but will she find the perfect present in time?
Clementine Rose can’t believe her luck. Her new neighbours have three children for her to play with and the children’s mother has promised to give ballet lessons! Clemmie can’t wait to put on a tutu and learn to dance.
When something terrible happens to the local hall, the ballet lessons are put on hold. How will the villagers find the money to repair the hall?
Clementine Rose is so excited to be back at school! There’s a friendly new teacher, Mr Smee, who sets the class a special project. Clemmie can’t wait to get started. Meanwhile, an intriguing guest has arrived at Penberthy Floss: a writer, who’s staying there to finish her new book. But Miss Richardson never comes out of her room, and doesn’t seem to like children at all! Will Clemmie discover her secret?