by Regina Puckett
It’s no secret I have high expectations for children’s books. I think they should challenge the young and old alike to interpret and feel a broad range of emotions. Borrowed Wings by Regina Puckett hits this on every level. The cover is brilliant, grabbing your attention, and the story is no less fantastic. The artwork and story are supremely touching. I’m 27 years-old and the tale of a mother and son dragon brought tears to my manly eyes. But I’m also a teacher and see great value in the lessons taught about the importance of love and family. You will love this book no matter what your age. I only wish it had gone on forever.
Me reading a short children’s story “The Gnome Who Managed to Catch a Sunbeam” by Agnes Crozier Hebertson. It is from her book Sing Song Stories, which is rare and unfortunately out of print.