Auntie's House is a fun rhythmic story told from the child's perspective of the adventures she has at Auntie's house while her mother is at work.
Halo Publishing International
Told from the child's perspective, "Auntie's House" answers the universal questions of every child left in the care of someone other than a parent. "What will I do all day long? Are there fun things to do here? Will Mommy come back for me?"
"When 'one book and then another' is read to a wondering child, I'm sure the rhythms and rhymes of this lively adventure will lead the child to demand, 'Again!'"
Poet-In-Residence, Houghton College
Author, "Grace Is Where I Live"
"Inside the box are books and blocks.
There are trains, truck, and pretty tea cups.
I clap my hands. I jump for joy.
"Oh Auntie," I say, "May I play with these toys?"
"Of course little one. Let's have some fun!"