Book news and reviews
Available on Amazon or from the Quite a Character bookstore!
Available on Amazon in print or ebook format or through the Quite a Character bookstore!
Here is the latest project in the works
The Feeling Empty series will be five books for kids that cover the topics of grief and loss. Each cover was created by a child who has experienced the specific loss the book will be about.
There are new books published this year!
There are a series of re-imagined classics - a re-telling of some old tales, with a more positive ending, a chapter book that gets the conversation started about eating disorders, my 50th book which is a colour along with the adventure and the start of the Feeling Empty series!
This is AWESOME Sandra!!!
Get them while they are young enough to learn the valuable lesson of not telling lies ♡ You did a wonderful job of teaching that the people that spread lies are just as responsible for the damage and chaos that follow.
There are a lot of adults that need this incredibly important lesson.
Messy Monkey is awesome book that allows children to see that having a physical disability or just being clumsy is ok... True friends look past these things. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I wish there had been a book like this when I was growing up. Thank you Sandra.
Emotional Animal Alphabet series
You have a wonderful way of conveying information to kids, in a way that is understandable and fun for them!!!😊 Sue
Three Little Pigs
Amazing Children's Book!
We really enjoyed this story and it has a super cute ending.
Children understand and learn what they can relate to... and this book does just that. Through authentic and simple stories and artwork, the authors reach the hearts and minds of parents and children. This captivating and heartfelt book helps children learn ways to show kindness in their everyday encounters.
The Way I see You
I read your newest book. It's amazing Sandra. I am sure it will help young and old alike. There seems to be lots of ways to connect. I had a bit of reaction to the dad, reminded me of mine. You just never know who you will reach. You should be very proud.