Native American’s riding with the Eagle Spirit.
I wonder if anyone beside myself has gotten tired of the talking heads @halftime of College Football games? I would love to see the ‘Bands’ again. They have not gone away, they still show up for Saturday afternoons. What say you?
Writing about a native American myth. What keeps a story alive for seven hundred years? My first tale did not encounter written language until the 1930’s. Below the Tohono O’Odham maze.
ImageSeven-year-old Olivia has just moved to a new house—the same house where a lonely monster named Burrufu lives hidden in a secret attic. One night, unable to resist the smell of delicious cookies, Burrufu sneaks out and is discovered by Olivia. The two soon learn that you can find friendship in the most unexpected places.
‘My Monster Burrufu’ is a story of fear overcome, a curse, and a most unusual monster who learns from a little girl how to trust his heart.
I read Children’s Picture Books! I’m hooked, its a fun quick read
“most of the time”. From Zero to Hero, some are stupid even for a three year old. Others almost bring a tear to my eye. My pledge, “I am hooked on CPB, and I have only lasted four days without falling into temptation and reading another”.
A tear jerker.