This week, I'm happy to introduce a fellow children's author to you guys ~ David Chuka. I had the privilege to be interviewed on David’s blog on December 4th and it was fun answering his questions. You can read it all here.
David has released a book just in time for Christmas!
David began his writing journey when his daughter started
her reading journey. Check out his popular Billy and Monster series and connect with him here:
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Congrats on the release, David!
Billy and Monster’s Golden Christmas is now available to download on Amazon.
In this book, which is the fifth instalment in his bestselling series – The Adventures of Billy and Monster – David tackles that scenario we sometimes face during the holiday season: What do we do when we get a gift we don’t really like.
Billy gets a golden pen from Uncle Leland from England while his cousin Bob gets a Monster truck. Billy doesn't show any gratitude and his attitude makes his Dad mad and his uncle sad. An incident at the refrigerator while reaching for Grandma’s chocolate caramel pecan pie leads Billy into a world filled with snow, happy monsters and houses made of chocolate ... while he learns about one of the most important things about Christmas.
Sounds adorable? I haven't read this book though I can understand Billy's fuss. Haven't we all been there before, receiving a gift we don't know if we'd ever use? (Of course, I'd appreciate a pen more than a monster truck any day ...) I wonder, what do you do with those gifts? Do you think it's okay to pass them to someone whom you know would use them?
If you have a minute, remember to check out the interview. There were several really interesting questions ... Have an excellent week!
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