Paul tells us a story with rhyming and rhythm, a story of family, home,
and treasure. His words feel as good in my mouth as chocolate cookies with worms on top. It's Treasure Day #4 when Paul and Anna start in their own yard but end in a new secret place their parents have never seen or even heard of. All on their own, Anna and Paul find an almost magical round room. This story is packed full of intriguing colorful pictures so you can watch me try to warn Paul and Anna as they walk around in a world of danger, not even knowing it.
Iva Lou, the dragon
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.10(d)|
About the Author
She moved to Portland, Oregon where she graduated from Lewis and Clark College, where she lives today, and more importantly where she scribbles in Crayola Crayons. Her pictures are pulchritudinous pieces of sublime energy. Her stories, created to be read out loud, are crafted in words that rattle teeth, caress tongues and feel good in the mouth. The tales themselves create new thoughts and possibilities while the story lines reveal added depth at every reading. For the listener, Nancy stimulates the, 'why did they do that?' thoughts, and a love of words. In Nancy's stories children are cherished members of families with unique grown-ups and downs and where work and play are the same.