For those who don't know I am recently divorced. You can read that post here. Until this fall I have my two girls 95% of the time because of my ex's work schedule. That's great by me. I love my girls and it's been a blast getting close to them. I have had my trials … Continue reading Adventures of a Single Mom: Beginnings
This post talks about my latest writing obsession. It gives my thoughts about my writing this past year.
It was never about what we did for my parents. It was always about the time we spent together.
This children's book was the perfect mix of humor and values. My girls were learning to take care of a "pet" without ever realizing it. Every day Riley and Carly diligently took care of their egg setting an example for any child reading this book. The writing was simple and straight forward making it easy for even my four year old to grasp the concepts. It was an instant hit.
This book was well illustrated and easy for kids to follow. It gave subtle clues on what healthy meals were as well as showed great examples of a healthy lifestyle. It also showed children that they should be helpful which isn't always seen today.
Samantha watched as her brother James stood before the entire kingdom for the announcement of his coming child. It would be a grand day indeed now that their family’s succession was assured. Their father king Edward thought James’ wife Carolyn was the best woman in the world save their mother. Since the day they’d married he’d hounded the young couple to have children. It was the same for her other brother David and his wife Diana. They hadn’t even been married a year yet and father wouldn’t leave them alone.
Chook Named Chuck has Amazing Luck (Friendship Series Book 3) is a children's book written by Kimberly Kleczka. Chuck is a depressed down on his luck bird, who looks like a chicken, with an amazing skill. Only Chuck thinks it's a burden. which is why Chuck is depressed, or at least he seemed so to me, that is until he meets Klara the cow. She encourages Chuck to use his talent of mimicry to entertain and help other farm yard animals.
This is a reflection on the relationship between R. Tran and her mother and daughters.