Bits and pieces of stories put into words and melded with colourful illustrations bring these animal characters alive. That about sums up the children’s books that I write.
April 2 is Children’s International Book Day and there is no better time for me to tell you about the books for children I have published. The ones I am currently writing, and introduce the next one that will be launched later this year. Of course, I will also tell you about what the future has in store.
After writing the first book, Barn Cat Buttons Meets Princess Kylie, it became clear that this cat with an attitude, along with his spirit friend, had lots of tales they could share about life around the ranch.
Future storylines in the series will include a mule, some feathered friends, and a Hereford calf, to name a few.
MUS, A Mouse Adventure is a stand-alone story inspired by an actual drive with a mouse. It has not yet been decided who was shocked more to be looking through the windshield at each other, the person behind the wheel, or the mouse.
The easiest pronunciation of the little mouse’s name is mus; however, it is pronounced moos. Will MUS have other adventure stories to tell? One never knows when it comes to small scurrying rodents.
If you would care to tell us what you thought about your copy of either book, your comments are welcome here.