Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®
Natural selection came in the night and trimmed our forests. The power went with the trees that fell and the limbs that broke from the burdens of wet snow. Not even the snowplows were ready for this one. Next springs lilacs are going to look like a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree.
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Richard and Mary Rensberry, Authors at QuickTurtle Books®
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Does anyone read them?
I know I don’t, that’s why I ask. I have converted a few of my books, but I am certainly not chomping at the bit to do more. I simply can’t read from an electronic device for pleasure. It is work. Continue reading
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I am joined today by Children’s book author Lucille Femine. She is the author and illustrator of LET ME SEE WHAT I COULD BE.
I am going to take the liberty to jump right in here with a few questions before I present an illustrated excerpt from the book. My first question for Lucille is, what inspired you to write the book, LET ME SEE WHAT I COULD BE?
I used to make up stories for my children when they were going to sleep. I wanted to call on that memory, but mostly I wanted to communicate something meaningful to children that would reach them on a deeper level, giving them the message that they really can be anything they want. Continue reading