About The Critter Family: The Fun Begins!
Did you ever want an animal to be your friend? Did you want two? If an animal found its way to you, would you want to keep it, talk to it, and play with it (even if you couldn’t bring it into the house)? Did you want a quiet, cuddly one. or an active, silly-acting one, or a sneaky, clever one?
Well, in The Critter Family: The Fun Begins!, a family with three pets moves from New York to Virginia. What begins as a family including a retired racehorse, a greyhound dog, and a cat, ends with the addition of five more critters. One-by-one, these five critters find their way into the family’s activities. They join the pets in what becomes the critter family. From being discovered to being rescued, the critters find a lifestyle of fun, friendship, safety, and service to the whole family! This is the first book in a series.
Plus, you will find a description page at the end of each chapter describing the real characteristics and a character description of each critter up to that point.
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Barbara was raised in a western Pennsylvania town with a population of 5,000. Her access to books was limited to the school library until she was 12 years old. Barbara’s neighbor established the town library and asked Barbara to help her. Working for $0.25 an hour, Barbara checked in books and restacked them on the shelves. She had an opportunity to scan book titles and check-out many to read. Barbara learned that reading was a fun way to learn many different things that are not talked about or taught in school.
Barbara earned her private pilot’s license in Texas during college, joined the U.S. Air Force, married a pilot, co-built an experimental aircraft, lived in four U.S. states from coast to coast, lived in England for three years, and moved to Virginia with her family to work.
Barbara realized that the more you read, learn, travel, work and experience, the easier it is to be a storyteller. Now she writes to help make learning fun for children who choose to read for entertainment. She hopes that you enjoy her storytelling and feel the same as she does – that it’s important to learn the difference between fact and fiction AND that reading is a fun way to learn, because learning is a lifetime experience!