Murdo Girl…Storytelling

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, 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

4 thoughts on “Murdo Girl…Storytelling

  1. countrygirl57 November 8, 2018 / 9:56 pm

    Love the little girl pictures of you! Love you more than the pictures! Glad you are home!❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Sent from my iPhone



  2. sanjuan831 November 8, 2018 / 9:47 pm

    You are so darn cute in those pictures Andrea sent! Never saw them before and don’t recall Grandma and Grandpa looking so
    I need to order both books. Can you ship them to me? Will send check For $14,


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