I am pleased to use this format to present to you some of my shorter writings. A new story will be added from time to time. Some stories are for little people; some are stories, essays, or other pieces for adults.
I wrote Princess SuperHero for my grandson's third birthday. He's a courageous, funny kid who loves to help, has a vivid imagination, and a flair for creating costumes. Do you know any children like that? When you read the story to a child you love, I invite you to make it personal by changing the story names to names familiar to your small listener.
This is a little story for little people—age 3 to 6.
Miss Willa the yellow freight train engine lost her job. All of her trains were taken away. She became sad and lonely with nothing to do and no place to go. One day something unusual happened. She became busy and happy doing a different job she had always wanted.
A lonely schoolgirl is bullied because her skin is too dark and she runs too fast, but she has one ally—a horse.
A read-aloud story for children and adults. In “Lonely Horses” a schoolgirl must struggle and rise above prejudice and bigotry imposed upon her.