Ruby Lane by RJ Simon
‘Ruby is overexcited again, and her brain is spinning creative ideas so fast it feels like her head could explode! Luckily, it’s school holidays, so she’s allowed to stay up late, reading adventure stories and playing dress-ups with her cat.
But when things get out of control, Ruby decides that helping a crazy pirate cat return a malfunctioning book to its rightful owner is the only logical solution…’
A note for Grandparents about Ruby Lane
Ruby Lane was written to provide readers with an entertaining escape to a place where their imaginations can play. It’s a fun story to read aloud and there’s plenty of silliness to giggle about along the way.
Besides being a great book to share, Ruby Lane would also make a nice gift for a grandchild who could do with a distraction from difficult times like when they are facing sickness or loneliness for example. It’s also great book for school holidays, reading on long trips and for children who want something a little different.
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About the Author
RJ Simon lives in the Australian bush with her husband, their daughters, and way too many cats! There is also a wild wallaby with no respect for gardens, some cheeky parrots, goannas, echidnas, lots of spiders, and an emu with a taste for car keys. It’s a perfect environment for writing and illustrating stories for children.
RJ Simon is a member of the international professional organization for writers and illustrators of children’s literature – Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, the Australian Society of Authors, and the Children’s Book Council of Australia. Her story Ruby Lane was recently published by thewordverve inc.