Susan and Bruce Wigden have been married for thirty-seven years and live part-time in New York and Florida. Bruce is a retired high school math teacher, curriculum writer, and tutor. He has coached and managed his son’s little league for thirteen years. Chapter Two is the first novel he has co-authored.
Susan has worked with pre-school children for nearly two decades, has been a free-lance writer, and the author of two rhyming children’s books. This is the first novel she has co-authored. Together, the couple travels to schools, charities, and children’s events, doing interactive readings and giving talks about the process of becoming an author.
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Suppose at the Supermarket
Children and adults will be amazed by the shenanigans of the food-like characters, as they take on a human role. Reading this book to a child will forever change food shopping into an imaginative and fun experience. This is a picture book for all who dare to view the world through the eyes of a child. There is even a special page for children to draw their own illustrations.
Cloudy Skies over Miami
When twelve-year-old Josh receives an airline ticket for one to Miami, he wonders where he will be staying. It is only when his mom explains that he will be vacationing at his loving grandparents' condo in Miami that Josh begins to have doubts.Love conquers all in this humorous yet sentimental story about growing up and appreciating grandparents.
Chapter Two: The Magic in Baseball
This book brings generations together through mutual respect and trust. The reader will connect with Jake and feel his sense of pride at accomplishing his goals by means of hard work and determination. Readers will discover that life, like magic, takes surprising turns. Chapter Two demonstrates how a positive attitude and sense of humor can prepare a person for the unexpected.
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