My cousin, Andrea, sent two pictures of me that were taken when I was four years old. It was fun to see photographs from all those years ago. I thought I had seen them all. I don’t remember ever wearing my hair in pigtails nor do I remember that doll. My Grandma and Grandpa Sanderson look younger than my clear memories of them, and I have many wonderful ones.
Moments in time seen by someone through a camera lens, and captured forever, are pretty amazing when you think about it.
These were taken a year or so before the Beasterhop came to life. Many of you know the story about my dad asking me to tell him a tale during our storytelling time. I imagined a rabbit that rides on a bicycle and called him a Beasterhop.
Two years ago, I wrote my first rhyming Beasterhop story called We Shall See what We Shall See. This year, I repackaged it to match a new Beasterhop storybook I wrote with my six year old granddaughter. This isn’t a rhyming story. It’s a heartwarming tale about a little rabbit town by the name of Thanksgivington. The name of the book is A Thanksgivington Christmas.
If you’re looking for Christmas stocking stuffers for children from ages three to eight, I’m offering a special price from now through December 15th.
Buy any two books postage included
A Thanksgivington Christmas… postage included
We Shall See what We Shall See postage included
You can purchase the books by using PayPal, or by check. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message me on Facebook with information about your order and any questions you might have.
These books will be a great addition to your storytelling fun with the little ones in your life. Please share this blog or my Facebook post with your family and friends…Thank you