Tag: children’s books

I’ll Wait, Mr. panda

If there’s one thing being a children’s book author has taught me, it’s how to wait . . . And wait . . . And wait. . . . And wait some more.   But ya know what? Sometimes all that painful, excruciating, agonizing, and let’s be honest..diabolical […]

It’s About Time!

I finally did it. I finally figured out how to update my blog….sort of. It took a lot of patience… And cursing… And crying… And temper tantrum throwing… And wondering why in the heck I can’t understand techno talk! I mean, If I can raise four kids, move […]

FRIDAY FRENZY- My Garden

Ya’ll, I want a flower farm. I’m going to have a flower farm. Big or small, successful or not, I will have a flower farm. Do I know anything about growing flowers? Dirt. Water. Sun. Seed….. What else could I possibly need? You’re rolling your eyes and chuckling […]

GIRAFFE’S BLUE SWEATER

What would you do if  you lost your favorite sweater? Would you climb a tree to look for it? How about search an icy berg, or check the den of a Kingly Lion? Me? Oh, that’s easy….I’d bake a cake, duh! Perhaps the yummy smell would lure it […]

The Valentine’s Day Story

Woo-Hoo! It’s time for another of Susanna Leonard Hill’s  Annual Writing Contests! This time it’s a Valentine’s Day theme, appropriate for children 12 and under, 214 words or less, and…..wait for it…. . . . Confusion! What the What? I know, me too! Here. Goes. Nothin.   THE VALENTINE’S […]