The world itself is an inspiration. My Dad was in the army so my family got to see quite a bit of it growing up. I've taken that variety into my writing and I create stories based on whatever inspires me at the moment. Questions about my lunch meal, a Hawaiian Place of Refuge, and things my kids do have all been transformed, and I hope you enjoy what they grew into.
(The pen name for Stephanie Neilan when the books are just for fun.)
26 poems that examine such serious topics as nose hairs, yodeling, and brothers.
They are written in a variety of poem styles (19) that you can "spy" using the glossary in the back of the book before creating your own limericks, fibonaccis, and echos.
4 people. 4 Stories. 1 Collection. The classic story of Cinderella is retold and combined with the tales of her parents. Read all four stories in this collection: The Dance, Duck’s Tale, Cursed Corsets, and Little Red
Rumpelstiltskin, The Emperor's New Clothes, The Pied Piper of Hamblin, The Little Red Hen, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella, and Rapunzel...
They weren't fairy tales. They were my life!
Every night Rex and Auden watch the sun set together. As soon as it is down, they rush to town. They play hide-and-go seek, pull pranks, and sing their favorite songs.
Find out what else they do during their Monster Nights.
(For ages 3-6)