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About the author:
Betsy Wolff Frey is a software developer and author of stories for children.
She improvised bedtime stories when her children were young. When she later put the stories on paper, she was horrified to discover that every few sentences screamed for a fresh page with an illustration. Readers might question whether the right side of her brain was up to the illustration task, but she prefers to view her pictures as classic naive art, with its markedly childlike style.
An avid reader and information junkie, she has become a great fan of the Kindle, which allows her to travel without carrying a large load of books. She has applied her knowledge of software to format public domain material so that it is more easily read and navigated on digital readers like the Kindle.
She is delighted to be able to exercise both sides of her brain, using the logical left side for programming, web design, and document formatting. The right side gets its workout from children's stories and artwork.
She feels very lucky to be able to live in beautiful places and to have enjoyable work that stimulates her mind. She lives with her husband, Eric, in California and Maine.
Betsy Wolff Frey
Tiny invisible musicfolk live for music. They ride musical notes through the air. They munch on songs.
Some musicfolk live in particular musical instruments, while others, called "hubbubs", enjoy musical variety.
Rhythm and Toot are two young hubbubs. A family with a baby has moved into the building where they live. Rhythm and Toot help the parents learn to cope with a crying baby.
This has the characteristic sleepy ending of one of Betsy Wolff Frey's Lost Civilization Bedtime Stories.
- Publication Date:
- 1440499926 / 9781440499920
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.25" x 8.25"
- Full Color
- Related Categories:
- Juvenile Fiction / Bedtime & Dreams