This is me in Ngorogoro Crater in Tanzania. I write stories for young children set in exotic places like this. To learn more about me, visit my sister site, All the World's in Words.
Brooke Gets Around
*Fabulous Tales interviews Brooke.
*Bond With Your Children Through Bedtime Stories article on Go Articles.
*Why Do I Read Bedtime Stories to My Children article on ezine.
*Children's Bedtime Stories with Safari Animals Make the Exotic Familiar Press Release.
I’m a Campaigner
- Loved my Just Dance 3 workout this morning, but it left me hungry - still. Why is that? Must find munchies. What's your fave writing snack? 6 years ago
- 5 yo just said about the fingerless mitts I crocheted him: "These ninja gloves make me really strong. Wanna see?" Then he lifted a pillow. 6 years ago
- RT @HoneyCreekBooks: Preppy or not?@JenniA8677 says her characters are, and @suzannelilly has an MC who's not. Read our posts at http:// ... 6 years ago
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Tembo is one of the characters in Savanna Stories. In fact, he was the first character I created, back before I even knew there would be a collection. He stars in the stories, Tembo the Elephant (in Volume I) and … Continue reading
Other favorites in our house are the Mo Willems Pigeon books. We have a special connection to Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus because my father-in-law drove a bus in New York City when my husband was little. I … Continue reading
Pompidou and Suzette are the main characters of my book, The King and the Calico…in Paris. Pompidou is a pampered Siamese housecat who dreams of the Paris beyond his windows. Suzette is a calico stray who lives around the Eiffel … Continue reading
Since I write bedtime stories and chapter books, you know – the kinds of stuff you read to your kids or they read to themselves early on, I will occasionally talk about (not review, mind you) the books and stories … Continue reading