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The story of Harlow, "The house who walked home", works great shared aloud with young children. It contains 634 words that use repetition and anticipation to build the story. Older children can read it independently, while younger children can follow the images while being read to by an adult, or an older child.
Nana moved to the big city to stay with her grandchildren. Her house, Harlow, was very sad. One day, after a lot of crying and thinking. Harlow decided to move. She could not drive, and well, she could not fly, so she decided to walk. Harlow collected old shoes and walked off to find her family.
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I have been teaching and studying in Asia. Starting, accidentally, in China. China was the first country I visited that I could not guess what a sign said unless it was a picture (well - usually I understood the pictures). Oh the mistakes I made, and the funny results! Nearly everyone Chinese I met was excited that I was trying to learn Chinese, but some were more excited to practice English with me. And really, that was fine. Before life in Asia I drew and wrote, entered contests, won some of them. Then I went to work in an office managing people and projects. The drawing and writing always stayed with me. Now, I'm writing children's books. I'm also doing more artwork (as you can see by my profile image). Oh, and I'm not working in an office now!