Legend has it that Elizabeth A Reeves was born with a book in her hands and immediately requested a pony. Though this story is questionable, it is true that books and horses have been consistent themes in her life. Born in Massachusetts, she was quickly transplanted to Arizona by a professor father and creativity-driven mother, who is the one responsible for saying "If you can't find a book that you want to read, write a book you want to read."
In her spare time, she likes to knit, weave, hatch chickens, and chase after her husband and four sons.
A short story introducing sassy and spunky Goldie Locke and her menagerie of magical and rare creatures.
Witch Goldie Locke's mission in life is the rescue and rehabilitation of endangered Magical creatures. She will put her life and all she has at risk to save them.
Ella loves horses. She has pictures of horses on her wall. She eats horse pancakes for breakfast. When Ella asks her parents for a horse, they show her exactly how much work it is to own one.
Great for new readers or as a read out loud book!
A Last Selkie Short Story.
Twenty years before Adrift, a young man named Ethan Tanner found out he had a inoperable malignant brain tumor and had less than a year to live.
Impossibly, help comes in a mythical form.
I have already read Peg Lewis' novel, Triple Divide, and was thrilled to go back in time with the characters I had grown to love. Sharley is a self-contained little five year old, who takes matters into her own hands when it becomes necessary. My own five year old son read this story and thought it was exciting.