I am the fourth child in a family of six and I grew up in a single parent household.
My father (God rest his soul), passed away (unexpectedly) in June 1970, hence leaving my mother to raise her six children alone (which I think she did remarkably well), but that's another story.
Things weren't ever easy. Yet that didn't matter to us because our up bringing was a pleasant one.
Daisy May was excellent in caring for her children and cleverly replaced all material losses with her love, great food and lots of other child friendly goodies.
I've always enjoyed writing and 'Aaron Apple and the Rain' (being my only publication to date), is the first book of a compilation I am creating about the alphabetical fruit and vegetable bunch (so keep a look out for book 2).
It is an excellent story book and very educational.
I chose to write children's books first because although my field is administration, I've spent more than thirty years caring for children (both in my professional and private life).
I also felt that (besides my experience in caring for children), my understanding of the type of things they enjoy doing and how they like to learn, more than qualifies me to write books that they would have fun reading.
I am currently working on some short stories and two novels, as well. Which I intend to complete soon.
I just pray my books are well received, as my ultimate aim is to please.
Lastly, I do hope you've enjoyed this brief bio, about me cause 'That's it folks! (for now)
Where to find JM Carydice online
Where to buy in print
VideosAaron Apple and the Rain
A few illustrations for you to view.Aaron Apple and the Rain
The vitamin song (in the book)
Aaron Apple and the Rain
Although very educational 'Aaron Apple and the Rain' is an interesting story book which introduces science and nutrition through a fun tale. Also useful in schools, the book has illustrations on every page (to make life less uncomfortable for the struggling reader). So if you're looking for a story which is educationally fun, then Journey with Aaron down to Kaiamaville.
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