As Pania predicted, the rain did eventually stop and, when it happened, Kiwi immediately felt bad for thinking Pania might have been wrong. How could he be so silly? Pania was well known for her wisdom—why, even her family called her ‘a little know-it-all’. Kiwi was beginning to understand why. Maybe Pania really DID know it all!
Extract from Pania and Kiwi – At the Beach. Available at Amazon http://amzn.com/B01EC580L4
The waves rolled forward and then back while the water rose and fell. Kiwi thought it looked like the ocean was breathing—like a giant water creature taking deep breaths, and he wondered why the water didn’t just stay in the same place.“Grab the boogie board, Kiwi!” Pania shouted excitedly. Beside the fact that he didn’t know what to do with a boogie board, Kiwi at first thought it was an awful idea. What if the big ocean creature breathed him right into its belly? What if the waves dragged him in and didn’t roll him out again? He looked around at the people having fun in the water. Then a thought popped into Kiwi’s head—if you’re always too scared to try something new, you’ll never try anything new.
Extract from Pania and Kiwi – At the beach. Available on Amazon: http://amzn.com/B01EC580L4
After months of illustrating and writing, my new children’s book is finally finished and has been published on Amazon Kindle. What a journey it’s been. This is the fifth book I’ve published and I seem to enjoy the process of creating a story more and more with each one. For me the marketing has always been a nightmare and I sometimes wonder how readers manage to find my books at all! Feel free to check it out and let me know what you think 😀. Much love.