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The World in Johnny’s Back Garden

Scribble Desk’s Take: Fancy yourself an Adult who knows what a child sees and imagines? I bet my friend Kurt Chambers’ brilliant short story can change your mind. It changed mine. The World in Johnny’s Back Garden The window misted with Johnny’s breath as he gazed out upon his garden with eager anticipation. Trails of […]

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The Great American Debt

Please welcome Ashwin and his ridiculously funny political satire to ScribbleDesk today

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The Mighty King

Today, I am delighted to introduce Martin King, a children’s author.  He is a man with a mission and below is children’s short story in Martin’s unique (and funny) style. Once upon a time… (I’m just getting into character). There was this boy aged twelve who went to a very big school with over a […]

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The Sister’s Brave; the Boy is Not

I am very very pleased to welcome John Bird to Scribble Desk today. He is an Awesome Poet, husband and father. Today, I am honored that he chose to feature one of his latest poems on Scribble Desk. As you might guess, The Sister’s Brave; The Boy is Not, is about John’s beautiful children. For […]

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An Illustration is Worth a Thousand Words

A picture is worth a thousand words. No single saying has ever been more true. Illustrators bring us writers’ work to life and are, perhaps monumentally, responsible for bringing our stories to life and capturing the imaginations of children and adults alike. Today, I am delighted to welcome Elizabeth Jones, an up and coming illustrator for […]

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