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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

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TipTheCowdog

Yes! I love books that feature believable characters, such as animals. I think they are easier for kids to relate to and easier to learn morals from. So many books and movies for young children these days are unbelievable, such as aliens or wizards or monsters. Have you noticed this trend? Why do you think this is?

For my children's book, "The True Adventures of Tip the Catahoula-Leopard Cowdog", I made the main character a cute little puppy who turns into a bull-scaring cowdog. You can read an excerpt, if you'd like, at http://barbaragourley.authorsxpress.com <-my blog.

Thanks!

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