The story of Freddie Wasn’t Ready is about a young boy who discovers he has a superpower that takes him on wild adventures. Freddie attempts to use his love for science to discover why his superpower exists and what enables it. Freddie enters in the school science fair to put his worries to rest.
After conducting a magnificent experiment, Freddie finds that his conclusion doesn’t answer all of his questions.
Follow along the adventure of Freddie Wasn’t Ready to discover if his secret is revealed.
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Fall is a beautiful time of year to read a book with your young one while enjoying quality time before bed. Cody L Clark is a newly discovered children’s book author and has recently published a phenomenal story. Lucky Dogs: Shake Paws captivates readers with humor and teaches a valuable lesson about acceptance.
Author Cody L Clark grew up in a small North Carolina town northwest of Charlotte. In the story, Clark cleverly references his tiny hometown as Dogwood, the state tree of North Carolina. Clark said, “Setting the story in Dogwood was an easy decision for several reasons.” Clark had an active imagination as a child, but it never faded as he grew older. His imagination is his main inspiration for writing. Clark stated, “My favorite thing about writing is the freedom it gives me to create a place and story by using my imagination and creativity.”
Lucky Dogs: Shake Paws is based on the meeting of two dogs from different backgrounds. Clark experienced this first hand with his two dogs, who are also characters in the story. According to Clark, when his dogs first moved in together, uncertainty was clear, but over time the dogs have become best friends.
Lucky Dogs: Shake Paws is available for purchase online at Barnes & Noble.
Mayor Ruby has a problem in Dogwood. It’s the quietest and most peaceful place on earth until a new hound arrives in town. Wiley’s arrival creates an uproar. Will Mayor Ruby find a way to keep the peace in Dogwood without upsetting the new resident?