Tag Archives: children’s books

Money For Nothing

Not really money for nothing, but it’s time to re-order The Toughskin Rhinoceros Wrangler Company. We sold out the original press run, and now we must decide to order more or just move on. As most writers and small publishers … Continue reading

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Artichokes, Asparagus, and Anchovies. Please.

Why do kids seem to hate asparagus? Looking at it and even smelling it you might think they have a point. It is bitter and funky tasting. So why are we so keen on making kids eat things they don’t … Continue reading

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Is Writing For Children Harder Than Writing For Adults

     I was recently asked in an interview if writing for children was difficult. I’ve heard other writers claim writing for children was more difficult than writing for adults and I can’t imagine how that is true. Of course … Continue reading

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Saturday Jenny And I

Saturday Jenny and I had agreed to set up a craft table at a local lawn and garden center. It seemed like an unusual place to sell books and art, but we were invited and decided to take a chance … Continue reading

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