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The Royal Palm: multi award-winning children's book!

Runaway Clothes:multi award-winning children's book!

Good Morning, World! - Mom's Choice Award Winner

The Trees Have Hearts - Mom's Choice Award Winner

Follow Carlo the Mouse Series!5 books are coming in 2017-2020!

Join The City Kittens and the Old House Cat

The Little Girl Praying on the Hill- Readers' Favorite International GOLD Award Winner

That Is How Things Are - Coming in fall 2017!

Who Will Feed Stacey First? Story 1:Coming 2018!

The Mysterious Life Inside a Closet-A New Children's Book Coming in spring 2018!!

A Beautiful Tribute From My Fans

Wednesday, May 9, 2012


I’m so glad you stopped by! I am Mrs.D. and I am delighted you found my blog. I hope you will find my stories inspiring and meaningful and will have as much fun reading them as I had writing them. 


This story has a special place in my heart.
After you finish reading this book to your child, stop your busy life for a moment and take time for you and your child. Close your eyes and go to a special place, where everything is simple and pure. Cuddle with your child on the green grass or golden sand… stare at the beautiful blue sky… listen to the splashing waves… spin around in a blooming garden or talk to the whispering wind. Look around you and see what is important in life and to your child.

Stop and breathe… Be a child for a moment… Dive into their imaginary world where you can hide in the shadows of blossoming trees. There was a time when my curly-haired girl taught me how to see her world through her innocent green eyes.

Do not lose this precious time together; our children grow so fast and I believe that these special moments are given to us for a reason. Hug your children every chance you get; reassure them that they are loved. They have their worries and fears, ideas and solutions as we do. Right or wrong, our children need us to understand their imaginary world and to be present in their dreams. Try to listen and hear what they are hearing and see what they are seeing. Love simple things with an open heart and you will receive unconditional love. Teach your children, lead them through their life, but let them run free in their imaginary kingdom.

I had the privilege to see this imaginary world through the eyes of my little daughter and saved those moments in my memories forever. The curly-haired girl is running free in the blooming garden. Now, it is your time, and I will share my story with you…


Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble,and Xlibris bookstores:

In this heartwarming book, which is beautifully illustrated, you will read the story of a young girl who moves to America. Unable to speak a new language, she tries to make friends. Rejected by other children, the little girl feels sad and lonely. She lives in an old house with a small garden, where three garden trees and the mysterious wind become her first imaginary friends.

Through the story, the garden friends develop a wonderful friendship with the growing girl, while teaching her how to make real friends and appreciate the beauty of nature. They help her to overcome her fears and worries and open a beautiful new world to her. Readers are invited to share in the young girl’s fears, tears, and joys as she copes with difficult moments while adapting to her new home.
Poignant and imaginative, this story will easily find a spot in the reader’s heart. The rich storytelling and unforgettable characters add flavor to an already delightful story line. This book opens a surprising imaginary world as seen through the eyes of a child…


A funny story, full of the adventures and troubles of Carlo the mouse, who lives a simple life in a Florida hospital but always dreams of greater things. In this vibrant picture book, a daring mouse takes center stage in an adventure even bigger than his appetite.

Carlo has never been outside the four walls of his home and he has one unfulfilled wish—a vacation. In a twist of fate, he unexpectedly finds himself embarking on his adventures and misadventures by accidentally landing inside an open car trunk, catching the wrong bus, and boarding an airplane that takes him halfway around the world to Paris.

The shrewd Carlo finds a way to survive the most unusual situations while dodging—or causing—mayhem along the way, touching readers’ hearts and making them laugh.

Each new adventure teaches Carlo something about the world and himself. The book is written in a humorous style and is easy to read. With funny characters and illustrations bursting with life and fun, Carlo the Mouse on Vacationgives parents, grandparents, babysitters, and children an interesting way to spend time together. The story allows young readers to discover themselves, and teaches children not to lose themselves in today’s hectic world.

Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Xlibris bookstores:

Carlo the Mouse on Vacation and The Trees Have Hearts have been published and ARE available as ebooks  on e-devices. To download e-books please go to:

The City Kittens and the Old House Cat - is published!
A wonderful Christmas story about sharing and giving.
This story revolves around Christmastime and a family who once adopted a lost kitten, naming it Nyda. Nyda has now grown old and has settled into a calm, uneventful life with her new family—until the day before Christmas, when the family’s older daughter brings two playful kittens, Mickey and Jack, home for the holidays. The two kittens from the big city are a change for the family, and for Nyda. The old cat likes her settled life and is not happy about the new arrivals. She’s also very protective of her belongings. The city kittens annoy her, and the old cat grumbles about the new additions to the family—until she hears a story one night that makes her feel bad. The kittens aren’t the soft or spoiled brats she had thought they were …

Carlo the Mouse: Grab your boots and hold on to your hat, because you're in for an exciting trip! Let your imagination soar in this new full version of Carlo's adventures. This series of 10 books is an entertaining look into the life of this little mouse, who was born inside a hospital's walls. His parents taught him how to survive on his own, but Carlo broke all their rules in exploring the hospital.

Clever, curious, and very impatient, Carlo constantly gets in trouble with the hospital staff, causing chaos in the hospital. Somehow, he manages to survive the exterminator, the head cook, Fidel the cat, and the hospital manager, who becomes his worst nightmare.

As he learns about famous cooks from watching cooking shows on TV, Carlo dreams about the world outside the hospital. But as he takes an unexpected vacation far away from home, he finds out that the world outside the hospital is not what he expected. His insatiable desire for adventure gets him in constant trouble. 

The Mysterious Life Inside a ClosetA humorous story about the mysterious life inside the closet and a curious little kitten, which sneaks inside the closet and causes mayhem.

Good Morning, World! A happy story about a joyful Baby Thomas, who wants to hug a wonderful world,and his Grandpa, who can't see the world as a happy place. In this story, young readers will easily connect to beautiful nature and unforgettable characters,  playfully interacting with each other.

Mommy’s Loving Stories, soon to be published, will include  storybooks:

The Royal Palm. A snobby silver palm learns a valuable lesson and the meaning of real friendship.

Runaway Clothes. An instructional story about a little girl who didn't like to take care of her clothes and toys. In the end, she learns how easy it is to lose something you love so much.

The Autumn Wind. A powerful story about nature, and how quickly things can change.

That Is How Things Are. A beautiful story about friendship between a kitten and a sparrow.

Who Is Most Important in the Fridge? (Coming soon) These fun rhyming stories introduce young readers to delightful food characters with goofy personalities, real feelings, passions and fears, who always disagree with each other about who will feed a hungry little girl first.

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