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I just finished reading the Weeping Werewolf! It was a really good book. I liked the part when Edward stood up for the Weeping Werewolf. Whats your favorite book that u wrote?My favorite character is Edward because he will will always wants to help out! How long dose it take u to make a book? Do u have any Pets at home?! Have a nice day!
Hi my name is Aisha and one part like about the book is when Edward stood up to the old lady . Do you have a pet? What is your favorite book?What is your favorite spot that you write? I liked reading The Weeping Werewolf.
5 grade Aisha.
I read your book The Weeping Werewolf and I would like to ask a couple questions like do you have a pet? Do you have a favorite book? How long does it take to write a book? Do you like sports or what is your favorite spot to write at?
Rashea your friend
Hi! My name is Carlos I am a fifth grader at Odyssey Elementary and I am a fan of The Weeping Werewolf. I have some questions for you. Whats you're favorite sport, Your favorite color and why did you make the were wolf Edwards dad, and whats you're favorite bock and why?
I just finished reading The Weeping Werewolf. I really like your book.s I really like when Edward was standing up for his friends. What is your favorite book you read? And when is your birthday and when did you write your first book? I really want to know how long it would take you to write a book. What is your favorite animal? Also, what school did you go to when you were in high school? Thank you for making books.
My name is Joab. I am in 5 grade in Odyssey. I just finished The Weeping Werewolf. I loved it. My favorite character was Edward because he talked back to the witch.So what inspired you to write fantasy books? And what was your first fantasy book? What age did you start to write fantasy books?
Thank for Writting this book From Joab
My name is Peter and I want to ask you some questions.Do you like dogs and cats? What was the first book you made? What school were you in in elementary? How old are you now? I liked reading The Weeping Werewolf and I like Edward because he stands up for himself when he was bullied. I'm in 5th grade.
Thank you for making books for kids,
We liked reading Jeremy Thatcher and loved the characters, Jeremy and Tiamat. Our favorite parts were when Mary Lou tried to kiss Jeremy and when Tiamat took Jeremy on the midnight flights.
We were curious about why you made Tiamat invisible to everyone except for Jeremy and Mary Lou. Also, why did Tiamat have to leave and make Jeremy so sad at the end of the book? Why didn’t Jeremy jump into the gate with Tiamat?
We have two more questions. What type of dragon is Tiamat? How did the librarian, Ms. Priest know about Tiamat?
Hope you have a happy Halloween!
Room 4 Late Birds
Our third grade class loved reading Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher. We enjoyed the part when Tiamat gave Mr. Kravitz a hot foot. We thought it was very funny when Mr. Kravitz yelled at Jeremy, “I want fruit!”
We were wondering about a few things:
How was Jeremy able to see into Tiamat’s mind?
Did you like dragons when you were a kid and did you have any imaginary friends?
Would you like dragons to be real? Are there more dragon eggs and portals out there?
We would love a sequel to find out what happens after the end of the story. Are you planning on writing one?!
Room 4 Early Birds