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Meet Snakespeare—is he Lizard’s friend or foe?

Today is a good day. Besides being the first day of a shiny new month, it’s the day when the next adventure from our favorite bookworm…er…lizard… takes shape. Illustrator Robin Wiesneth has already been hard at work breathing life into … Continue reading

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Books have a new champion—SURPRISE!

Surprise! Robin Wiesneth and her magic brush have been busy yesterday and she has finished all the art for The Literary Lizard, a children’s story I wrote recently. A mad genius with illustrations, she has brought the story to life with the most … Continue reading

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Featuring Wendy Nystrom

Good Morning!  Spring has sprung, and  we are entering summer reading soon!   Kidtales will be featuring new SPRING HAS SPRUNG reads each week for  families to share!    This week we are featuring… Award Winning Author, Wendy Nystrom!   Wendy’s newest … Continue reading

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Working on ‘Monsters’

Today I’m busy finishing up the next book in the queue – Monsters Are Everywhere. Don’t let the title frighten you. This beautifully illustrated (by Mary-Anne Leslie) book is here to assure kids of all ages that we can’t spend … Continue reading

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Signature Banner is Custom Mary-Anne :)

Cast your eyes to the banner area and you will see a sweet, custom piece of artwork designed by Mary-Anne Leslie specifically for :Dandilyon Fluff. Mary-Anne is the illustrator behind the soon-to-be-released Monsters Are Everywhere (October 15) and the dancing … Continue reading

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My Newest Book: Free Tonight

My writing life abruptly changed a few months ago one night at the Dunkin Dounts in Crestview. Robin Wiesneth and I had planned on hitting a poetry slam there and we’d missed it. We decided to drown our disappointment in … Continue reading

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