Veronique Debruyn is a children, fantasy and fiction author as well as an experienced field investigator and a military spouse. In 2008, Veronique Debruyn won two certificates of Honors; Literature and Composition and Technical Writing in New York. Veronique Debruyn lives with her husband and three children in New Jersey, but she is originally from Belgium
Come along with Po-Po, Cousin Fred, Aunt Mary and Uncle Fred in their new funny and lovely holiday adventures.
In this 2nd volume you'll come across these fabulous adventures:
- Po-Po and The Christmas Tree
- Po-Po and The Magical Reindeer
- Po-Po and The Snowman
Venez rejoindre Po-Po dans ses grandes aventures et profiter des expériences de la vie de Po-Po avec cousin Fred, Tante Mary et Oncle Pete.
Dans le premier volume, vous croiserez ces 3 aventures étonnantes:
- Po-Po et L'amusante citrouille
- Po-Po va à la plage
- Po-Po et le pick-up jaune
Venez rejoindre Po-Po, Cousin Fred, Tante Mary et Oncle Pete dans leur nouvelles aventures.
Dans ce volume vous serez transporté au pays des rêves de Noël:
- Po-Po et de l'arbre de Noël
- Po-Po et le renne magique
- Po-Po et le bonhomme de neige
Parfait cadeau pour Noël!
While casting a spell to call upon her guardian angel, Veronica mistook dragon blood oil for patchouli oil and an evil entity that took the shape of a black shadow appeared instead of her guardian angel. With the help of Ms. Biblio, the school librarian, what happens as Veronica tries to send the black shadow back to the otherworld?
Come along with Po- Po on his great adventures and enjoy Po-Po's life experiences along with Cousin Fred, Aunt Mary and Uncle Pete.
In the first volume you'll come across these amazing adventures:
- Po- Po and The Funny Jack'O Lantern
- Po- Po Goes to The Beach
- Po- Po and The Yellow Truck
Vicky and her friends ventured in a haunted castle in search of ghosts. They're hoping to find the ghost of a Spanish girl who was tortured and murdered by Philippe the Lord of Meslin- L'Eveque. Will Vicky and her friends find her or is it just a legend to scare away curious children?