Warren’s meow is a honk.
He doesn’t sound like his Seal Point Siamese family or look like them. His brothers and sisters will not play kitty games with him. And, then, on a backyard adventure things change. He saves his family from an unwanted visitor and his honking is important after all.
When my first Siamese cat gave birth to six kittens on my bed, my appreciation for differences and the love of cats started. Cats and students have been a big part of my life for fifty years. Creative Writing was among the high school English courses I taught over my forty years in the classroom. I always wrote with my students. It provided me with knowledge of the assignment and led me down my own path of discovery. After retirement I was able to follow my passion of writing for young readers. I enjoy reading my books in elementary school classrooms and talking to my audience. They always provide me with amazing ideas and I have been able to use some of them to create new stories. I live in Colorado with my husband and one senior cat. I also enjoy being an active grandmother.
I have always loved cats! When I married my husband, he gave me a female Siamese kitten. A few months later, he brought home a male Siamese kitten. A few months later, six kittens were born on our bed. What a new experience for me! My father-in-law was a veternarian and I used knowledge from him and the experience of the kittens born on our bed to begin my Little Honker series. Little Honker Saves the Day was so popular that before I knew it, the series was created.
I am currently working on a new Little Honker book that I hope will be as popular as the beginning books.