Children’s Books

Darwin Finds Freedom – my first picture book – will be released May 2020!

Darwin Finds Freedom is the story of a mouse named Darwin. Forced to flee, Darwin searches for the Free Mice from Grandfather’s stories. If they exist, will they accept a scaredy-mouse like him? Will the King of all Creatures give him the courage he needs?

Darwin CoverThe thought of going outside made his nose twitch and his ears quiver and his legs tremble. I could slip into the river and get carried over a waterfall or a boulder could land on my head.

 

CLICK HERE for release updates and more information about how you can get a copy of Darwin Finds Freedom.

Delightfully illustrated by HC Ward, and published by Elk Lake Publishing Inc., buy links will be provided soon! 

As a retired homeschool mother, I love reading to and writing for children. I created BookBlurbs.org to provide book reviews of children’s literature and young adult fiction BB logo imageto help parents, grandparents, and educators choose suitable books for their children and grandchildren. Bookblurbs.org also has FREE downloadable lesson plans available for homeschooling families and educators!

 

 

 

 

For parents of young children, I help produce the KIDLIT JOURNAL: For Parents by Children’s Book Authors.

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It’s a free quarterly publication which provides parents with:

  • Book Reviews of new releases of children’s books
  • Fun Seasonal  Activities and Crafts
  • Children’s Author Interviews
  • And Much More!

 

 

For the Spring 2020 Issue – CLICK HERE!

 

Other picture books I’m working on –

The Secret Silent ABCs (Silent Letter ABCs for second and third graders.)

Alpaca an Apple (ABC picture book based on the car game – I’m going on a picnic.)

Nana’s Still Nana (A picture book dealing with family members dealing with the onset of Alzheimer’s.)

What If series: What If Mommy Decorated with Toilet Paper Streamers? What If I Were An Only Child? What If I Didn’t Tell the Truth? and What If We Miss Christmas? (A picture book series which uses the imagination of a six-year-old to deal with questions and fears young children face.)

Please pray for me as I seek to serve the Lord in all these endeavors.

Thank you so much!