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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Overview It's Fonna's twelfth birthday, and her family has just moved to a new neighborhood. Unfortunately for her, she never approved. Not even the celebration of her birthday can cheer Fonna up. That is, until she receives a rather curious yet potentially rewarding gift from her mother which challenges Fonna to make as many new friends as she possibly can at her new school.

Will Fonna's attempt at making friends ultimately pay-off, or will she find all of her efforts dashed to pieces?

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In this third children's book by Doc Colour, "Fonna's Change Mantel" is an impassioned and devious story with a wonderful rhyming style that is witty and fun to read. Illustrated for the first time in color, Fonna and her friends brilliantly come alive on the pages as their free-spirited personalities uniquely interact, leaving Fonna to calculate the true value of friendship. Product Details About the Author.

As far back as age four, he can recall finger-painting huge faces and fat trees, knowing then that he would be creating art for the rest of his life. During this time, he created his unique, signature style of illustrating bold, black and white images, which he called ZOPS visit Doc's website at: www.


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These illustrations soon became a self-titled comic panel published in his school newspaper. The panel combined Doc's illustrations and quirky rhymes with an enlightening moral at the end. As his interest for rhyming and illustrating grew, so did his passion for writing children's books, which perfectly combine his love for words, rhyming, illustrating, graphic design, and telling unusual stories.

You can look forward to many more stories to come by Doc Colour! Seen Donna's, seen yours - equally as great! I know what it's like though, you know if it's not working for you - and playing is fun anyway! Looking forward to the next instalment. Thanks for commenting on my post today! I love the way you "talk", you make me laugh!

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I'm becoming your new follower so I can enjoy you every day! Leanne Because I think I Can. I like it! I don't think I have the talent for taking disparate objects and unifying them into one great display Looks great I especially love that whip thing, very fun : And extra kudos to you for heading out in the snow for the branches! Have a great week, Laurel. It turned out great! I LOVE the rock on the fireplace!

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Recently, my friend and I spoke about an online article that claimed nobody wants your old, inherited stuff. Amen to that. Okay, maybe a few cherished items from yesteryear, but not myriad collections. Without the passion part. This cool lamp has four sides, each painted with a different flower. And now, everyone can enjoy it. Then I noticed her fireplace mantel seemed very crowded, as well. More Wheatley and other pottery, pictures of her children and grands in modern frames, and various treasured whatnots. Plus a plant or two.