At last it’s free again – today Wednesday 19th through Thursday 20th.
It’s focus is on fun – with jokes and riddles and quite a bit of subtle educational activities hidden behind the opportunities for laughter and enjoyment. This eBook could create some wonderful sharing moments between parent and child. I dream of such an outcome.
the Author (namely me, Christine) – now who else, this time but the creator, the rhymster (?) – NOT brave enough to call myself a poet. (poets everywhere breathe a loud sigh of relief!)
There is one rhyme about one of our most beloved Aussies, called –
ECHIDNAS ARE NOT KIDDING
“Why DID the Echidna cross the road?
To check out the tourist ants’ motel, of course.”
… some of the most delightful characters you could wish to meet, like –
Cows and bees, cats and mice, hens and ducks, dogs and foxes,goats and geese, horses and rabbits,pigs and frogs and sheep – all farm friends in the ‘I’m Your Friend’ rhyme. Continue reading
There are actually a lot of things in this Life that are free – and here is one of them –
just a few ‘teasers’ from the first book in my children’s e-book series, ‘Small Folk Tales’
I’M YOUR FRIEND
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
. . . and reliable sources report the Lemming was pushed!
Ohh-hh-h cdcraftee, what have you done?
“Well-ll-ll,” Christine was quoted as saying, “. . . actually, I’ve published my first Kindle eBook on Amazon. It’s true. This book is the first to go where none of my words have been before. My poor baby Lemming . . .”
Christine was speechless, teary and sniffly at this moment, and quite unable to continue. A commercial break was obviously required, so here’s the link to the sales site for her story called –
and here’s the photo on the front cover –