While day-caring my grandchildren, I observed that more books for the young reader (tween-er) ages would be really nice. I challenged myself to create some. I created plot-lines of friendships, time travel, history, and science. Please enjoy my literary efforts, and do let others know how I did in the Reader's Evaluation sections.
The four "Tales In Time" books found their way to completion over several years. They could well have been contained under one cover. I admire prolific writers, but I must confess to not being so endowed. A methodical slowpoke if you will.
The "College Transfer Guide" results from my years as a College Admission Officer and transfer counselor.
The "Gone With the Fins" book was inspired by my curiosity of the stories my father told of his family's 1925 cross-country road trip.
Time travel? Extraterrestrial visitors? Is it possible? What happens when ordinary folks in ordinary towns become accidentally involved, and then try to get back home? The fourth in a series. Good readers eight years of age and up.
A nostalgic and informative look at early 20th century United States highways/trails, plus brief look at the historical development of the necessary components. All thirty-seven of Clason's 1925 "Touring Atlas" transcontinental road/trails are listed. The specific route of the Lee Highway is identified.
Time Travel? Extraterrestrial visitors? Is it possible? Learn what happens when ordinary folks, in an ordinary town, become accidentally involved in the time continuum, then try to get back home. Readers eight years and older. In this third book, Paula, Attey, Willie and Trollamahr accidentally reunite in the gold mining town of Bodie, CA., August 13, 1879.
Time travel? Extraterrestrial visitors? Is it possible? Learn what happens when ordinary folks, in an ordinary town, accidentally become involved in the time continuum. then try to get back home. A series in four books. Good readers eight and older. In this second book, several members of the town of Littleberg meet two young travelers from the galaxy of Sagittarius in their broken space ship.
Time travel? Extraterrestrial visitors? Is it possible? Learn what happens when ordinary folks, in an ordinary town, accidentally become involved in the time continuum, then try to get back home. A series in four books. Good readers eight years and older. In book one meet, Paula, a black hole traveling funnel, the bridge over the edge of time, and Trollamahr, who gets time warped from 1869.
Published: March 2, 2010.
Fiction » Holiday » Family
All dressed up and no place to go? Not so fast!
Christmas trees have a life too. Magic sparkle dust from the wands of Christmas eve gnomes transports them all, for one hour only, to The Valley of the Christmas Trees. Contests, present making, and the annual parade await. How do we know this to be true? Read this account of a young boy and his unusual Christmas Eve adventure. Ages 8 and up.