We are sharing exciting Behind-The-Photo peeks about the making of When A Brave Bear Fights Cancer; A Get Well Soon Gift by Carola Schmidt and illustrated by Mark O’Dwyer. We are very excited about this picture book. This book is to help children who get a sickness called cancer. It explains the treatments in aContinue reading “When A Brave Bear Fights Cancer, by Carola Schmidt and Mark O’Dwyer: Behind The Photos”
Hello. My name is Scotland The Brave. All of my friends (that’s you) call me Scotty. You can see me being brave in a new book called When A Brave Bear Fights Cancer: A Get Well Soon Gift, by Carola Schmidt. In the book, I’m a little bear who gets a bad sickness called cancer.Continue reading “Meet Scotty, star of When A Brave Bear Fights Cancer: A Get Well Soon Gift, by Carola Schmidt”
High excitement at Mawson’s House. Scotland the Brave, doer of brave deeds and resident post-bear, has seen a box arrive in the mail. Could this contain Mawson’s writer-bear copies of his new book, Dreamy Days and Random Naps? All bears scramble. They tumble off beds and roll off cushions and head towards the exciting box.Continue reading “Opening The Box of Dreamy Days”
Have you ever felt lost somewhere on the world’s wide floor?
Rev Rebecca L. Holland is a disability advocate and author. To take a look at her blog about her work and interests, plonk a paw here. You can follow Rebecca here on Twitter. This is what she kindly said on Amazon and GoodReads about Mawson’s little books. Sweet and heartwarming. I’ve been in a readingContinue reading “Rebecca Writes – About books by one of the world’s few published Writer-Bears.”
Babushka takes back lots of gifts including a matryoshka doll for grand daughter Katrina. But what gift does she take back that means most of all?
“Would you like a story about a princess, Karina?” “Maybe one of those stories about a princess and monsters, Baba.” The direction Baba’s story takes surprises herself as well as her granddaughter. This folk tale ‘about memories and families’ begins with a lovely cottage in the Ukraine and a little girl ‘poor of money butContinue reading “Tell Me A Story, Babushka, by Carola Schmidt”