Our Mum Christine has created new front covers for each of the books in the ‘Small Folk Tales’ series, and we think they’re rather gorgeous, much like us. This is just a small sneak preview of all of them and Mum says she is going to add each one in full living colour and large size to each of the books listed under the Books heading above. Mum says this may take her just a little bit of fussing about and tweaking and the like. That’s OK, they are well worth waiting for.
Look… what do you think?
Each image is clickable and will take you right to the special page for each book. Our Mum tries to think of everything!
and then there’s a Daze of Happiness!
A few days ago I submitted the fifth e-book in my ‘Small Folk Tales’ series to a book promotional site called ‘askDavid’, and today I have received an email telling me it is being actively promoted already. Continue reading
Are you a doting grandparent?
A proud and loving parent of a small child? Continue reading
I perfectly realise that Australia is not what is generally considered to be ‘Bear’ territory (although I hear we do have Bear Markets on the Stock Exchange… hmm-m-m). Of course, there is our national hero and much beloved Koala Bear. He has received many accolades and highly emotive and in-depth media coverage… not all positive. We are reminded here of a certain politician (or ‘pollie’ in ‘Strine’ – Australian), who met with a damp reception whilst cuddling a Koala for the cameras (shouldn’t have clutched him so tightly, I say).
I’m unbearably slow at this bit… think I’ll let Mum type, and I’ll tell.
Ahh-h-h no… I refer to the Teddy Bear – who occupies a large part of the hearts of the peoples of our World. Just read this excerpt from the precious book ‘Teddy Bears – A Celebration in Words and Paintings’ selected by Helen Exley –
‘The speed with which the world’s children took to the Teddy Bear was nothing short of amazing, and soon the little creatures were making friends all round the globe – and of all ages too… Today, as the output worldwide shows no sign of decreasing, it is probably fair to say that the Teddy Bear’s appeal has outlived and outlasted all other mascot animals. – Philippa and Peter Waring, from ‘Teddy Bears’ Continue reading
It’s the same old Knitty Gritty Kids from the cover of the first book – back as individuals this time.
Once upon a time I wrote a Squidoo lens called the ‘Soft Toy Shuffle‘, about the Knitty Gritty Kids who will appear individually in my next eBook, to be called ‘Small Knitty-Gritty Folk Tales’. This was in direct response to a Call to Action that my restless troops insisted on, and offering me nothing but the most revolting alternatives. Continue reading