Marty Donnellan is a lifelong resident of Atlanta, GA. She is a writer and illustrator, dollmaker, skater and skating teacher, nursing home art teacher, grain growing enthusiast and founder/director of Joy Community Kitchen, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit food charity.
She is the author of six books. Four are stories set in the imaginary world of frendibles, and two are non-fiction "how-to" manuals
By Marty Donnellan
Published: February 13, 2009.
(4.67 from 3 reviews)
Maypop does not like being the youngest frendible in the pine forest. Henbit does not like being the oldest. Hoping to improve her chances for playmates, Maypop has accidentally ruined her hair. Can Henbit fix things in time for dinner? Enjoy this gentle tale of youth, age and friendship. More frendibles fiction on Amazon. More illustrations and stuff on Pinterest!
This is not normally a genre that interests me but the author's fresh style drew me in. The main character, the werecat, has a dry, almost world-weary appeal. Some of the concepts are rehashed, but blended together in unexpected new ways. Very entertaining.