Georgie was not exactly what you call clean…his mum had finally had enough and let him go. I remember finding the book very funny with the other people looking disgusted at Georgie and covering their children’s eyes, the many many dogs following him down the street and the flowers wilting as he sat next to them.
Much like Suzy, I began researching jellyfish experts and taking notes, not quite sure where my efforts would take me. This is the story that emerged.(Ali Benjamin)
“Once in a country called Nowehere, I heard a strange sort of call, I looked and I looked for something, but there was nothing at all.” or so it seems. Even though I knew what happened next I was always excited to turn the page where I discovered more Things!
You can be certain that when a creative person such as Jane Foster creates books for babies and toddlers that you are in for something special. When a couple of her books were purchased for the library they caught my eye and I was instantly engaged
Oh lila, from the outset my heart felt so sad that you were not accepted because of your dark hair, eyes and skin. The sadness in your eyes and the rejection you felt in the school grounds is where many children have been. I am glad I got to read your story but I am sad that it happened in the first place…
Nate reminds me of your typically pre teen and teen (yes I am stereotyping here, and no I probably shouldn’t be), looking a little crazy in the school picture (not from lack of trying to look ‘normal’), driving teachers a little exasperated and denying he is on a date (it was the only seat left…really it was).
With beds flying out the window and into the sky, with lions and sheep, and angelic singing your imagination will be taken on a journey like no other.
“In a land of long grasses, where small insects crawl, lived a strange little bug, with no name at all. What creature are you ? the other bugs asked, but the bug didn’t know, and the others walked past.”