Who stole my letters presents a mystery as well as a challenge – a question of who is the thief? Who’s a bully or not? And there’s the question of courage or lack of it.
Ever see a frog in a pulpit? A frog with a message? Who can deliver a message about nature better than a frog - A frog that talks to plants and people (indirectly) that’s "The Frog in the Pulpit".
Books are like windows, they expose children to the world, to nature, to adventure, mystery and to themselves. Their imagination is expanded. Reading helps children mature socially and mentally. My stories are meant to raise awareness, inspire, excited provide enjoyment. “Who Stole My Letter” raises questions about character, honesty, bullying, intimidation and false accusation. You be the judge of characters in the story?
Carletta wrote a letter to Santa Claus. So did her classmates. Unfortunately, after the fire-drill, Carletta's letter was missing. It could not be found. Carletta, the tallest third grader in the class, became upset, and stated that there were 'thieves' in the class. From that moment on, her letter traveled surreptitiously and intentionally, from one 'thief' to another 'thief'. Mrs. Carter, Carletta's teacher, does her best,
but she is helpless and without a clue as to how to recover the letter.
Ever see a frog in a pulpit? A frog with a message? Who can deliver a message about nature better than a frog - A frog that talks to plants and people (indirectly) that’s “The Frog in the Pulpit”.