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For The Parents, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles With Younger Children.

Ok, I wrote this sometime last century and I was never sure what to do with it, so I’d like to know how it goes down with kids. It’s basically a short children’s book so you can download and tell me what they think. Cheers, Rossleigh.

Sandy and Me


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  1. tess lawrence

    Dear Rossleigh, for sure will check this out, on assignment so please give me some time.

  2. Canguro

    Apologies, Rossleigh, haven’t read it but the title is evocative and spurs this reactive comment, attributed to Gus Speth, the founder of the National Resources Defense Council, who said “I used to think the top environmental problems facing the world were global warming, environmental degradation and eco-system collapse, and that we scientists could fix those problems with enough science. But I was wrong. The real problem is not those three items, but greed, selfishness and apathy. And for that we need a spiritual and cultural transformation. And we scientists don’t know how to do that.”

    [clipped from The Immortality Key, author Brian Muraresku]

  3. Canguro

    … and have now read your little book, very nice, very Roald Dahl-ish. I like it, very much,

  4. New England Cocky

    Rossleigh, Your new move into the religious area is greatly appreciated as it demonstrates conclusively that any talented writer may construct their own Holy Trinity, in this case “Rossleigh, Sandy & Me”.

    Not sure whether your tome will have a wide readership given the prior publication ”LIARBRAL THINKING” that argued the same topics in 160 pages..

  5. mugsey

    No kidlets to show but had a quick squiz,
    And sho enuff it near brought me to tiz

    A tiny girl in the family extended
    Had her own faithful imagineded friended

    She grew up so quick and went off to nurse
    And now her own kidlets are muttering verse.

    Nice drawings Rossleigh. Made my day, thank you.

  6. Anne Naomi Byam

    Loved this Rossleigh. Took me to wonderful visuals, and I am sure children would get a lot of enjoyment out of it. I rather fancy, parents might be asked some questions too, based on the beautiful story. The sketches are good too.

    And the little air of mystery to it all – who ( and what exactly ) was Sandy. Childs need for an imaginary friend ?, or someone / something real.

    Well done … hope you have it printed. It deserves that.

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