Posts Tagged ‘Bowser and Birdie’

Kids At Home? (More)

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March 26th, 2020 Posted 7:26 am

Let Bowser entertain them! He’s the narrator of the Bowser and Birdie series – a dog but not a talking dog! (The stories take place down in Louisiana swamp country. I loved writing it.)

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Back to Our Younger Self (More)

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June 14th, 2019 Posted 7:21 am

The joy of writing for kids – excerpt from an email sent by 12-year-old reader:

I have read Woof, Arf, and Bow Wow, all of which I have re-read at least 10 times. The series is my absolute favorite! Every time I open A Birdie and Bowser novel, I feel like I am there. I am Birdie, with her handsome doggie, solving mysteries together. We are jumping off of bridges together, finding my father’s killer, or finding Snoozy and the mysterious Mr. Nice Guy. I feel this connection to Birdie when I read your books. She is a young Sherlock Holmes, and so am I. I always find out my Christmas and birthday presents before I open them! And although I’ve never jumped off of a bridge, I have jumped a fence when I thought the police were after me for trespassing without knowing it. It was only a pick-up with an orange light on top (one of those over-sized load trucks)!

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Reader Email

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February 7th, 2019 Posted 8:19 am

From: [redacted]
Subject: book club

Message Body:
I have a ? for you in the book Woof ,why did you skip half a page right before a chapter? my name is [redacted] i`m in grade 3 me and my friend [redacted] read your book for book club so there is a hole series of woof .well that should rap it up well goodbye keep up the good books boi

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From A Young Reader …

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January 8th, 2019 Posted 8:23 am

… re the Bowser and Birdie series:

“hi, I have to read 40 books by may, and I could easily do that until I found out I have to read different genres, I love your series and none other. could you make another book, or recommend me a book? I’m looking at the Chet and Bernie series. no rush or sweat to make a new book, but it would be great if you did”

A recommendation? How about:

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