Picture Books

Over the past few years, I have been working on several children’s Picture Books.

Here’s a little bit about a few of them!

wild goose chase!

Slumber-Down Valley is a quiet peaceful place…until one night, a big, noisy stranger comes roaring into town!

The villagers all agree. This pesky goose has got to GO!

Then one dark night, when a robbery takes place, all the evidence seems to point in one direction.

But is Wild Goose really all he seems? Find out, in this stonking, honking tale!

hurry up, hugo!

Hugo is the slowest post-tortoise that ever plodded up your path. The trouble is, everyone around him seems to be in a hurry!

Hugo needs to find a way to get up to speed – and fast!  Perhaps his old friend Hare will be able to help him?

But after a series of disasters, Hugo discovers that there is always a place in this world for things that take their own sweet time.

squirreled away

Deep in the Ferny-Green Forest, a clever, young squirrel named Squidge, manages to bag herself a tasty treasure!

After a near miss with a pilfering thief, she buries her acorn stash beneath the ground. 

But when a snow-storm blows in, she cannot remember where she buried it!

Can Grandpa’s old diary help her?

Join Squidge, in this heart-warming tale about love, loss and ultimately new hope.

7 thoughts on “Picture Books”

    1. Thank you, my lovely friend! Just had a little bit of disappointing news today, so your message came at a great time. It feels like an uphill climb with the PB market being so crowded! Can be hard to keep going sometimes! But….on the flip side, have had an open door this year to write some Sunday School Curriculum which is SUCH a joy! How’s your writing going?

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      1. I’m currently working on two different book proposals. However, probably much like you, I’ve been writing for years. I’ve written Sunday school curriculum for several churches and some women’s Bible studies in the past. But I’ve never actually attempted publishing. So… Just walking by faith.

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