Fern Valley is home to a group of wonderful animals who have fun and face some of the same problems children everywhere do. Roberta and Mildred Cornstalk are creative chickens dealing with the loss of their beloved granny, and they’re looking for something to do to cheer them up. Want to know what adventures they find? Want to know what happens to Roberta and Mildred’s brother, Edward, when he goes fishing, what birthday surprise is in store for Betsy Woolrich, or what lesson Kimmy Curlytail learns when she keeps something that isn’t hers? Then follow this endearing cast of characters as they enjoy their time together and learn important lessons.
A perfect addition for any child’s personal library and a joy for families to share, Fern Valley is a collection to be treasured for many years to come.
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This is such a hard question to answer because people have written about pigs before, people have written about jealousy, and being made fun of, and pretty much anything that can be written about. So I’d have to say, it is the creation of my characters and their individual personalities that sets my work apart. My only published work so far, Fern Valley – A Collection of Short Stories, also differs in that most people write either picture books or chapter books but rarely collections.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Be Positive, Be Patient, and Be Persistent.
Aileen Stewart is the award winning author of the children’s books Fern Valley- A Collection of Short Stories, a public speaker, amateur photographer, and a blogger. In addition, she hosts writing workshops for children and holds a degree in Business Administration and a certificate in Sales and Marketing. She resides in lovely Shelby, Ohio with her beautiful daughter, wonderful husband, and their crazy cats Max, Daisy, and Fluffy. Besides writing, she loves to cook, quilt, craft, garden, travel, bird-watch, assemble puzzles, go Geocaching, and volunteer at her daughter’s school and her local library. Her motto is “Kids Who Read Can Do Anything” which was inspired by her late father, the man who instilled in her a love for the written word.
My inspiration comes from many people. My husband who constantly encourages everything I set my hand to, my mother and father who delighted me constantly with stories of their youth, and my daughter who watched all those cartoons with me based on children’s books.
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