This book is bargain priced from 01/22/2014 until 12/31/2017
Ado in the Meadow, is a story about a cheerful hedgehog, named, Poddy. Poddy finds himself, unintentionally, in the center of some unfortunate events taking place in a beautiful green meadow. He tries to transform himself, thinking that becoming someone else might solve his issues… Eventually, he finds out that being true to his nature, serves him and his friends, best.
Targeted Age Group: Age 3-6 and beginner readers.
Book Price: 0.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Writing for kids is fun. You can make believe as much as you feel like and it’s alright!
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Have fun and never give up! Eventually it will work out somehow!
I live by the sea side, along the eastern Mediterranean shore in a lovely city called Ashdod in Israel.
I spent all my early childhood in Ashdod, Israel. After my military service in the Israeli Air Force, I went to the university and studied, of all things, Physics & Chemistry. It was fun but apparently not my destiny although I’ll always have a warm spot in my heart for physics (I love it!). When my son Roy was born, we lived in Arad, a small city close to the Dead Sea area. There I worked with people from all over the world for quite a number of years. Meeting all kinds of people from different countries and cultures fascinated me. My second son, Guy, was born shortly before we moved back to Ashdod, in which we still live. The funny thing is that although I always loved to write and was truly hooked on being a writer, I never did it seriously. Just now, this last year, I’m actually writing stories. So you see, it’s never too late.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Since I remember myself I knew I want to be a writer, I can’t even tell how, or what lead to it. I love reading. As a kid I read up to 6 books a week. I’m always creating stories in my mind. When my sons were young and we would drive long distances, I used to make up stories for them. Many of our outdoor walks would be accompanied with stories I made up about all kind of things that we encountered on our way. The funny thing is that I never actually wrote these stories down, not until recently anyways.
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