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Chapter 4 - Part 6

The King’s Celebration – 6/6

After a very long pause, Noam stood up from his golden throne and continued in the most solemn tone, “Queen Nymphna and Prince Ayden are to be regarded as they had always been, but in even higher honour. 910 more words

Children's Literature

Plume/A Feather by Cao Wenxuan, illustrated by Roger Mello

Rating: ★★★★★

Genre: Children’s Literature

Medium: Hardback

Synopsis: A feather just fell off of its bird’s down.  What bird was it originally from?  And how will it get back? 268 more words

Links Galore

Lots of links I’ve been saving:


Peter Pan- J.M. Barrie

Maurice Sendak, author of the children’s book Where the Wild Things Are, once said that he had never intended to write for children, but that his brand of honesty would never be well-received by adults. 327 more words


Author Inspiration

I love getting to the end of a book and reading an author’s note that provides insight into the story’s inspiration. The story is classified as fiction, but there is a seed or small moment that the author used as a starting point to create a character or event. 443 more words

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Why I LOVE Working with Children!

I love being a writer.

It rocks.

But sometimes, writing can be an isolating experience. One of the reasons I love giving workshops is because I get to interact with children of all ages. 344 more words

Children's Literature

Retro Childhood Review: The Book of Three

“You fool!” he shouted. “You addlepated . . . What have you done? Now both of us are trapped! And you talk about sense! You haven’t .

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