A little girl and her rather busy father star in this charming tale of unconditional love. The story highlights the lovely innocent way in which children see the world and how their actions can inspire grown-ups to stop and smell the roses a bit more . . .
The People in My Neighbourhood tells of the misfits in a community including Mrs. Barnsley who keeps a pet ostrich, and Mr. O’Toole who “tries to catch snowflakes with an old fishing rod”. While they each appear strange on their own, together they make a village that will warm your heart. Continue reading “The People in My Neighbourhood”→
Owen, a born talker, and arrives in Snow Valley during the first snow of the season. From this day on he has a special place in the Mayor’s heart as well as the Winter Festival show. While this chatter box may never stop talking, his heart never stops growing either. Owen is a little boy whose love for the town is as big as his vocabulary! Continue reading “Chatty Owen”→
When a generous little boy offers the local barefoot character a pair of his father’s shoes, the man tries them on, only . . .
He said my heart was in the right place,
but unfortunately his feet were not.
An understanding smile grew upon my face,
there was something special I’d forgot.
The Man With Stinky Feet is a charming parable about respecting a person’s right to be who they want to be. It offers a gentle twist on the adage ‘walk a mile in another man’s shoes’. Continue reading “The Man With Stinky Feet”→