User:J. D. Holiday
Author and Illustrator JD Holiday
J.D. Holiday is the author and illustrator of four children’s books: picture books, Janoose the Goose, The Spy Game, and a chapter book for six to nine year olds, THE GREAT SNOWBALL ESCAPADE. JD has had a chapbook of her short stories called, Trespasses published in 1994 and she has had short stories printed in literary magazines and numerous articles about writing and publishing published. Find about JD, her books and shows site: jdholiday.blogspot.com
JD's Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/BooksByJDHoliday?ref=hl
JD's OTHER PAGES HERE AT ABOUT US ARE:
http://www.aboutus.org/TheBookGarden.net is THE BOOK GARDEN AND Book Garden Publishing and Book Garden Radio: the home of author & artist JD Holiday
Future books for Children: Janoose and The Fall Feather Fair For adults: Short Stories and Other Imagining For The Reading Spot
JD'S BLOG JD's Writers Blog http://jdswritersblog.blogspot.com/
'Her website is The Book Garden jdholiday.blogspot.com
J.D. Holiday's Children's book are: The Spy Game: Eddie would love to have a puppy to play with. A puppy would pull on a rope, catch a ball and lick your face. But his Uncle brings Eddie an older dog named after a famous spy. What can you do with an old dog? It probably could not learn new tricks, and the only thing this dog did was stare. It's what they find to do together that makes them the best of friends!
The Great Snowball Escapade, a chapter book: Wilhemena Brooks' cousin, Bud Dunphry come to live with her family. Wil, as she likes to be called, finds her pink pencil sharpener is missing after Christmas. Wil knows Bud has it! Who else would have taken it? Bud doesn't like girls! In fact, Bud doesn't like anybody. Wil tries to ignore him but he pulls her friend's hair, taken over games, and when Bud is in trouble he making his "you're going to get it" face at her. After a snowstorm closes school, Wil and her friends go sled riding. Bud shows up and starts a snowball fight which lands Wil in her room for the rest of the day for fighting. When her pencil sharpener is found, Right where she left it, Wil decides she has to try harder to understand her cousin and stay out of trouble. Her mother told her to be nice to Bud and to treat him like she would like to be treated. If Wil treats Bud nicely does that change anything for her?
Janoose the Goose: In the story, Janoose the Goose is visiting her cousin, Molly the Duck on the farm. Janoose likes the barnyard very much but she must go home because there are no job openings there. When her flight home arrives, the fox has begun a crime spree, and Janoose is the only one who can stop him.