I emerged from a cocoon and flew away. But, I have returned today with all of my legs moving. It is raining and I was dreaming I should stop by to say hi. Hi, there. May your wings take you beyond your dreams.
Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books
We often have interesting visitors during the night. Shy creatures with big eyes imbued with whirling pools of unfathomable depths. It is said, you are not supposed to look into them for fear they might steal your soul and leave you lost in a black fog like Alzheimer’s. I definitely wouldn’t want that, but I have to admit, I look into those whirling pools anyway. Continue reading
Pigeon Picasso had a bird’s purpose
to whitewash and paint San Francisco;
the one that was, was growing drab
with gray cement and dirty halo.
So, he took to eating raspberry jam
and splatter-dabbed rich ruby reds;
even the statues regained some luster
as Pigeon Picasso wrought brighter heads. Continue reading
painting by Richard Rensberry Continue reading
This Friday we will be journeying to Mackinac City to the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse. There we will be showing our books for a place on the shelves in the gift shop. Continue reading
At the top of the rollercoaster it is exhilarating. Going down makes your hair stand on end.
What kid doesn’t like a good ride? Continue reading
I remember the monster in my closet. He always showed up when I was alone. He was like the dinosaur ghost I saw on the river and the witch that came to sit on my bed. Was he real or just in my head?
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MONSTER MONSTER is a children’s picture book about the monster under the bed, the ogre snake that squishes toys and the troll that eats little boys. A fun poem for kids that delves into the monstrous imagination of a child, that place where the closet monster really does exist. This is book 6 in the Rhyme for Young Readers Series by QuickTurtle Books®.
Richard Rensberry, Author @ QuickTurtle Books®
MONSTER MONSTER is a children’s picture book about the monster under the bed, the ogre snake that squishes toys and the troll that eats little boys. A fun poem for kids that Continue reading