Last week my great grandson, Camden, said that he wished he could be a superhero. I told him that he could be, in a book. Here it is: Da’s Stoty Time: Camden and the Beanstalk.
The first book in an illustrated trilogy that’s based upon the legend of King Arthur. The King Arthur project is a bridge, of sorts, between my historical fiction and the children’s picture books. Each book in the trilogy is a full length novel with pictures of most major scenes. The subject matter is adult and not intended for a juvenile audience.
The story of Guinevere and Arthur begins with the rape by deception of the Duchess Igraine by King Uther and ends with Arthur’s discovery of Guinevere and Lancelot’s adulterous affair.
65,000 words with 380 illustrations.
The next book is planned for a mid-summer release and the third by Christmas.
The timeless story based upon the musical symphony for children by Sergei Prokofiev first performed at the Central Children’s Theatre in Moscow on May 2, 1936.
With 28 original, full-color illustrations.
Seven good fairies, seven special gifts for the little princess: beauty, sweet temper, charm and grace, dance, song, music. But that’s only six gifts. When the black fairy casts an evil spell on the princess, can the last good fairy give the princess a gift that will save her?
Stevie Gee is not a happy little ghost. All he wants is to go to the big Halloween party, but unless he scares someone soon, he won’t be allowed to go. When he searches for someone to scare, he meets Miss Mary, who isn’t scared of him at all. If only Miss Mary can help him be scary, all his dreams will come true.