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A Sweater for Duncan
Raven Tree Press, September 2010
Duncan the penguin is a fine looking fellow. He loves his fuzzy coat and often admires himself in a piece of ice as shiny as glass. Then his fuzz starts to fall off. What's he to do? He asks his mother to make him a sweater with the fuzz that falls from him. It's too short, then too tight. Finally, his mother takes him to the shiny ice, where Duncan discovers he's now a fine looking grown up fellow.

Other books:
Marshall Cavendish

France, Italy
Jazz Is the Word: the Biography of Wynton Marsalis
The Diary of Susie King Taylor
an edited memoir

Lost Cat
Fun with Friends

Simon & Schuster
Cowboys and Computers: Life on a Modern Ranch
Dolly the Dolphin

Berkley Press
Love's Sweet Surrender, a romance novel


Over the years, I've freelanced for Newsday, the Daily News, McCall's, North Shore Magazine, Distinction and LI@Home

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