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Um. Mommy, I Think I Flushed My Brother Down The Toilet

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". The trees are all winding, dinding and finding. Being the uncle of 12 active nieces and nephews and recalling the childhood antics of his oldest sister and younger brother inspired him to turn his creativity towards writing children's books. They'll tell you genuinely clearly what they like or don't like and you're in a position to write stories exactly the way they like them. caMore About the AuthorJeff Rivera is an award-winning young adult fiction author and debut children's book author. Teacher Recommended! It's the Kingdom of Yuck as nicely as the last place that Falisha Whiskers wants to turn out to be in. How do you balance all that with your writing? But Falisha needs to find her brother Jesse. His first children's book, Um … Mommy, I Think I Flushed My Brother Down The Toilet, marks the adventures of Falisha Whiskers as she sets out to bring back her little brother after accidently (well… largely accidently) flushing him down the toilet into the Kingdom of Yuck! Sometimes when people appear at their lives and they feel they don't have the time, they realize that they spend a entire lot of time watching TV or surfing the web or playing video games or staring up at the ceiling and when you subtract all that time, you realize,"Hey, I have a lot a lot more time than I thought I did."A must-have early reader book. Will Falisha find her brother inside the twisting streets made of smelly jelly fellies? And will she be able to acquire him back in time, and all bathed and clean, before their mommy tells their daddy that Falisha flushed her little brother down the toilet? Rivera: Great question. where skillful wit and great storytelling come together into one fun-filled read! But the Kingdom of Yuck has more twists and turns than a water slide."-- Parent Club."Q: You've written mostly for young adults inside the past. And the hills are made from slushy gushy mush. deserves a prize for"The Most Imaginative Title of the Year-- or Any Year"-- Stan Lee Welcome to 'Yuck Kingdom'! Plus, I'm one of those adults that never has genuinely grown up totally. She didn't mean to flush Jesse down the toilet… not entirely at least! Rivera: I believe it's a lot more fun because kids are so honest. Jeff Rivera has interviewed such children's book authors as Jeff Kinney (Diary of a Wimpy Kid) , James Patterson (The Worst Years of My Life) and S. E. Hinton (The Outsiders ). The streets are created from smelly jelly fellies. Parents should explain being flushed down the toilet is only pretend. And now, she needs to find him and take him back house before her daddy gets back or they're both going to grow to be in heaps of trouble! Exclusive: A Q& A with Jeff RiveraQuestion: You write for a lot of national outlets, you blog, you're on TV, you talk to kids all over the globe and you're a son and uncle of 12 nieces and nephews. How has writing for children been different for you? Sometimes I wonder the same thing but here's how I appear at it: We're all blessed with 24 hours a day, so in case you genuinely want to do something, you can carve the time out to do it. For ages 4-8. I still buy toys for me to play with and I nevertheless watch cartoons and Disney and Dreamworks Animation movies."- Jackie Collins ". A popular inspirational media personality, he has written for Entertainment Weekly, Huffington Post, School Library Journal and a lot of other national outlets.

  • Format: Kindle eBook
  • Pages: 39

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