A lovely message arrived in my in-box. Here is a section of it.
“Gosh (grandchild) and I have enjoyed your books, they evoke so many questions, you have added so much detail and she doesn’t miss a thing.”
One of my aims is to have my books read to children, and with children, ideally snuggled in with time to enjoy. It is a time that I love myself, and must have enjoyed as a child. It is more than reading; it is physical contact, sharing, exploring new things together, revisiting old friends, and wandering off into an imaginary world in a safe way. So a big Thank you 🙂 This made my day.
And a response to my “Discipline Required” post on Facebook: “That picture makes me want to be in Italy SO MUCH!! But you should work, because I had to read “The Lost Happy” about 6 times in a row to D and J yesterday!!!”
Here is a little tease from Fluff and Scuff, while you are waiting for the next books, D and J.
From page 7:
Scuff scampered and scurried and hurried up the tree, branch by bendy branch, twig by wobbly twig.
Don’t fall off, Scuff.
Wind looked all around. What did he see?
He saw baby owls asleep in the tree.
But by Page 25:
Fluff was looking up at a big, yellow…
What was Fluff looking at, I wonder?