Gma Mary Adkinson
Hi, I’m Gma Mary. Being a mom six times, a grandma 17 times, and a great grandma five times and counting, I’ve encountered these questions and many more. As a parent or grandparent, it can be difficult to find stories that approach life lessons in a kind, thoughtful, and sometimes humorous way. You will find Princess Lizzy to have a simple, openhearted personality as she enjoys the adventures of a lifetime. Her great big smile will steal your heart. Originally created for one of my granddaughters, I was urged to share them with other young people and those young at heart. Here they are…..hope you enjoy!
"Growing Up With Princess Lizzy: little life lessons"
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Smashwords book reviews by Gma Mary Adkinson
- Daisy Weal
on Dec. 02, 2012
Daisy Weal by Robert Jacobs 12-1-2012
Goodreads author Oh my goodness! I love this book! It made me remember all the times I found myself lost in a book as a kid. Daisy's adventures are so creative and I couldn't stop laughing... or reading. You must read all the way to the end as everything turns out good. This could be turned into a great movie! I'm hooked....on to the next Daisy Weal book!
review by Gma Mary Adkinson, author of "Growing Up With Princess Lizzy: little life lessons"
- Daisy Weal and the Monster
on Dec. 13, 2012
The adventures continue with one Miss Daisy Weal. It’s amazing what one little girl with a bit of special powers can get herself into. I just thought I was hooked after book one “Daisy Weal “, but I’m more hooked than ever. Robert Jacobs has a wonderful imagination and sense of humor. You’re going to love it.
Gma Mary Adkinson, author of "Growing Up With Princess Lizzy"
- Daisy Weal and Sir Charles
on Dec. 15, 2012
The third installment of the Daisy Weal series ends in a wonderful surprise, but the suspense for a hopeful reunion in the fourth book still hangs in the air. The cast of characters grows…some you’ll love and others you’ll love to hate. Robert’s imagination is in full swing with this set of stories.
Gma Mary Adkinson, author of Growing Up With Princess Lizzy
- Daisy Weal and the Last Crenian
on Dec. 22, 2012
This is the last book in the series and just as enjoyable as each of the others. With every book I got lost in the story as I so often remember doing as a girl. Daisy is anything but a regular little girl. With powers, skills, and understanding unlike any other, she will keep your interest to the end. I’m really hoping that Daisy Weal will show up in another book sometime soon. I love you Daisy Weal!
Gma Mary Adkinson author of Growing Up With Princess Lizzy
- The Adventures of Daisy Weal
on Jan. 09, 2013
From the day of her birth to the day she marries, follow one Miss Daisy Weal on adventures to the moon and back…literally. Meet characters you will love and those you will love to hate. Her understanding Mother and bewildered Father have their own adventures in trying to keep up with their unique daughter. But, best of all, my next dog must be named Bruce! Robert Jacobs has an imagination that is out of this world and humor enough to keep you laughing. I’m hoping this isn’t the end of the Daisy Weal… I’ll keep watching for another story.
~Gma Mary Adkinson, author of the "Growing Up With Princess Lizzy" series
- Mouse on a Motorcycle
on March 02, 2013
What a cute story for children! Louise wants to explore the world only to find that there's no place like home. A cat, a mouse, and a dog...who knew!
~Gma Mary Adkinson, author of the 'Growing Up With Princess Lizzy Series'
- The Mice Meet a Hero
on March 02, 2013
This story may not be just for young children, but for all the people of the world. When are we going to wake up to the fact that we are not red and yellow, black and white….but ONE…human race. The loyalty of one War Dog should be a lesson to us all. The story made me shed a tear or two.
~Gma Mary Adkinson, author of the "Growing Up With Princess Lizzy Series"
- The Lost Starship
on March 08, 2013
Travel along with James, a live computer, to galaxies unknown. Beautiful, kind races are found among the stars. Although, some of the nastiest, meanest types are there, too.
Some life forms resemble dogs, cats, clouds, spiders, and human except with extra arms, like Darzula, the love of his life. Beautiful beyond compare, even if she does have four arms!
Robert has unleashed his imagination with this one! On to “The Star Queen.”