About The Spy Game by JD Holiday

This is Page 9 from THE SPY GAME, my next book to be publishing.
This story is based on a puppy my brother, Ike's dog Sheeba had. He ask me to take this puppy he named, Sidney Reilly after a spy series he and I watched together and loved.  At the time I had a dog and didn't think my older dog, Snoopy would be happy with a new addition.
My bother said okay, but he felt sure this dog was for me and he kept it with that in mind.
When the puppy was 11 months old, my brother, Ike died of a heart attack. AND Sidney came to me!
I was wrong. Snoopy and Sidney got along, in their own way.
In this Picture I have Ike bringing Sidney to my house to live.
 ~ JD Holiday

Review of the children's picture book; Pep, Polish And Paint by Helena Harper: In A NutShell!


Pep, Polish And Paint by Helena Harper: In A NutShell!
Sammy the Sun was miserable because he lost his shine. He didn’t know what to do to get it back. Jimmy the spaceship told him about a pep-me-up drink and promise to bring some to Sammy.

Jenny the spaceship came by next and she said Sammy needed polish and she would bring some back to him. Then Jenny flew off too. Lastly, Johnny the spaceship came along and said Sammy needed new paint and he would bring some along the next time he came by.

Sammy wasn’t sure any of these things would help get back his shine. It all sounds so confusing to him. Sammy waited and waited a long time for them all to return. He began to think they forgot all about him. But all three did returned and they did help Sammy, but in an very unexpected way!

Pep, Polish and Paint is a delightfully clever story with an important message for children on how some things come from within us! Helena Harper uses her skill as a teacher to develop this charming fantasy all children will love. Malachy McKinney’s illustrations are engaging and imaginative.

THAT'S Pep, Polish And Paint by Helena Harper: In A NutShell!

Children’s worksheets and coloring sheets are available at http://www.helenaharper.com/
You can learn more about Helena Harper at: http://www.helenaharper.com/
Helena Harper's Blog: http://helenaharpersblog.blogspot.com/

~ Author and Illustrator, J.D. Holiday

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