Elisabeth Lynton lives with her, long-suffering, but encouraging, husband Scott. She is the mother of four beautiful, but exasperating, children and granny (yes, very old and very cranky) to the gorgeous girls Abbegayle and Alexandria.
After completing a Diploma of Professional Writing for Children, Elisabeth gained enough confidence to share her work with more than just family.
Derek wanted to turn seven, but with no matching socks and a room that looks like the night after a pirate party, it didn’t look promising. After seeing flowers growing from his sock draw and overhearing a conversation about parents murdering children for untidy rooms he knew he was done for. Derek, along with his best friend Jack, set out to find the culprit and prove it was not his fault, only t
Santa’s experimental world-wide-open-every-door-key has gone missing.
Becky and Pamela find someone stealing their Christmas presents.
Can they, along with Slapstick the Elf, find the culprit and return the presents before Christmas is ruined?
Very sweet story. The ending really captures the emotions of young children, you really felt for the characters at this point. I would have liked a little more interaction with potential "toy buyers" earlier in the story and I did not get why the "sales" shelf would be so scary. But otherwise I really liked the story. Great job!