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I like the pretty pic myself!
Yes they’re lovely!
Looks cute. I looove the header!
Thanks Kendra. You’ll love the book.
What a great cover! Change is so hard on kids, especially a new sibling. This is quite an exageration about how someone new can mess things up, but it drives home the point. Love the video.
It would make a great book for a family adopting too. Thanks Pat.
I loved the video to Julie. Lovely book and review thanks for sharing. Btw love your header.
Thanks for taking the time to check things out!
cute story. love the cover. thanks for the review.
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This looks great! I’m so glad I came across this because it gives me an idea for a story I’m working on.
Great banner on your site, by the way. Is that new?
Glad to hear it – gotta love inspiration sparks! Yep, new banner, but will need some tweaked soon. Thanks for viewing Carrie.
Very cool-sounding book. A great way to look at change, which can be very disconcerting for a kid. Thanks, Julie! (And I love the new graphic-design header.)
Thanks for taking the time to comment – feedback is golden!
I love the concept behind this story. Also love the new header!
I love the sound of this book, and I’m amused because it sounds similar in concept to the book I chose – great minds think alike 🙂 Thanks for sharing this one, Julie – it looks wonderful!
This is the title that I remembered after I was inspired by the same phrase on a recent post of yours (and thought I had another ms idea – ha!).
Love the trailer/video! This sounds really cute with a great message!
Yes, indeed – thanks for taking the time to watch the video.
Looks like a fun book. The PDF downloaded with ease. I enjoyed the digital drawing video too, especially after the weekend conference. Again, thanks for being a roomie. After I finish all my homework, I have notes from one of the workshops to send you (and that link I feel like I promise, but can’t seem to remember).
Thanks Stacy. Good luck with all the HW, Con-buddy!
Wow, Julie…awesome banner! Also, awesome book choice for PPBF…thanks for providing the illustration trailer clip…it almost makes me think I could draw illustrations for my stories…ummm…I did say almost, didn’t I? 🙂 🙂
Thanks Vivian. I think drawing, and for some learning to draw, would be a great benefit to all PB writers – to visualize their stories themselves, even if they never plan on being the illustrator.
I agree, Julie! I plan to ‘retire’ at the end of the year…and will have more time to pursue that creative side of me. 🙂