6 years, 5 months.
I am so proud of you. You took it upon yourself to write, and illustrate, your very first book. It had nothing to do with any assignment at school.
Sure, I knew this day would come… I just didn’t realize it would happen so soon!
But especially with you being in “A.R.” (Advanced Readers), in your Kindergarten class, you naturally have an interest in applying what you know to your already existing level of creativity.
The funny thing is, I had no idea you were even working on a book until the day you finished it. You had been working on it each day at the house after school, before I got home.
With no further ado, here is your very 1st original book, Creepy Animals:
One day there was a new monster. The monsters were creepy.
They were furious. And were fluffy.
They were dangerous and could fly. They had horns.
There could be creepy birds. They had sharp, pointy teeth.
There could be spidercats. And thorns.
And weird animals. And sharp, and pointy spikes.
Right away, I appreciate how the story begins in suspense, as we are presented with a new monster. Then we learn he is one of many monsters.
The suspense continues, and the curiosity arises, as we wonder why the monsters are so furious. Somewhat ironic is the fact that these same furious monsters are also fluffy. Typically, things that are fluffy are not also furious, but these monsters are definitely the exception to the rule!
We read on to learn how prevalent horns are among these monsters- and we are even given a mention of spidercats!
These are weird animals, indeed.
Thank you so much for writing and illustrating your first book. I know there will be many more. I especially look forward to us eventually working on a book together- where I write it and you illustrate it.
That’s going to be awesome!