- 24 pages
- Standard Color
- 8.5 x 8.5 inches
- Young Children (7-11 yrs old)
- eBook (epub, pdf)
- 978-1-5255-3925-1 eBook
- 978-1-5255-3924-4 Paperback
- 978-1-5255-3923-7 Hardcover
- Juvenile Fiction, Concepts, Date & Time
- Juvenile Fiction, Concepts, Colors
- Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Peer Pressure
Days of the week, Colours, Self confidence, Individuality, Nonconformity, Community, Peer pressure confirmed
“On Sunday, all the muffluppitts had red fur. That’s just the way it was. Nobody asked why. Muffluppitts always had red fur on Sundays.”
All the muffluppitts in the village know exactly what to do on each day of the week. They are always all the same colour, and this makes them feel happy and safe. Then one day, one muffluppitt does something different, and nothing is ever the same again.
The Muffluppitts is a whimsical story that teaches colours and days of the week, while creating opportunities to explore deeper themes of conflict between societal norms and individuality, tolerance, and being true to oneself. Engaging characters and relatable situations are sure to capture the delight and interest of children and adults alike.
Sheila Ponsford creates stories to share with the children in her life based on her perceptions of how children view their world. Her stories are fun and always contain a life message. Sheila is a mother, grandmother, and retired teacher. She lives close to a forest in Prince George, British Columbia, with her husband and two rescue dogs. Sheila was awarded an Honours in Writing Certificate in the Writing and New Media Technology program at the College of New Caledonia, Prince George, BC. This is Sheila’s first book to be published, and she has plans for future publications.
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