Tag Archives: Sophie Topfeather

The Little Colt that Could: A Ride Fit for the Lamb of God–A Palm Sunday Bible Story

Welcome to the third installment in this special coronavirus series of stories. My hope is that kids can find this to be a unique way to worship and study while we’re all staying away from our normal places of worship. … Continue reading

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99-cent Kindle Sale of Sophie’s Quest Today!

Hi Blog Friends! In anticipation of the upcoming release of Sophie Topfeather, Superstar!, the SEQUEL to Sophie’s Quest, my publisher is running a 99-cent Kindle sale of the first book! Here’s the link: https://www.amazon.com/Sophies-Quest-Sonja-Anderson/dp/1907984461/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1477934420&sr=8-1&keywords=sophie%27s+quest This is a great chance to … Continue reading

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What’s Gold, Shaped like a Bull Calf, and a BIG Mistake?

Ten Interesting Stories of Animals in the Bible Welcome to Week Six How it works: Listen to the story, then think about the questions. Finally, hear what Sophie and Timley have to say about it! Click on the picture to … Continue reading

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“Did Pete Cry? Goodness, No!”

I apologize in advance for the fact that you’ll be singing this song for the rest of the day, but it’s worth it, I promise! Go ahead–I really want you to hear it, and it won’t take long, so I’ll … Continue reading

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Rosh Hashanah: An Annual Wake-up Call

Three weeks into school, and the playground is buzzing. Most of what I’m seeing is good, old-fashioned fun–football, tetherball, jungle gyms, jump rope. Inevitably, though, the fun often brings with it some cries of “cheater,” “no fair!” and “She’s being … Continue reading

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“Fred, Fred, Use Your Head!” (A Plea for Common Sense)

Conviction: To believe in something enough to fight for it, to suffer as a consequence of it, to risk everything for it. Pilgrims brought their families to a stretch of wilderness out of religious convictions; abolitionists and civil rights leaders, both … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Word to the Free: Are You as Confused as I Am?

(Picture courtesy of http://www.cakitches.com). Riding in our boat last summer, I saw a man and his dog running back and forth on shore. My first thought was, “I’m kind of stuck in this little boat, but he can feel the … Continue reading

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Flying High with a Little Alphabet Practice

In Luna Crane, Papa Plane, a little whooping crane needs to practice making a letter V with her seven brothers and sisters so  they can successfully migrate all the way from Michigan to their wintering grounds in Florida. A tailwind … Continue reading

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Friday Special: Book News!

Some of you have heard this news from other sources, but I am happy to announce a RELEASE DATE for the first novel in my Sophie Topfeather series: BON VOYAGE, SOPHIE TOPFEATHER! is set to release by Sunpenny Publishing, a … Continue reading

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Mrs. Mouse’s Secret Ingredient Christmas Cocoa

Every night before Timley goes to bed, his devoted (a little too devoted, in Timley’s mind) mother brings him a cup of hot cocoa. At Christmastime, she makes it a little extra-special! Here’s the recipe (it makes 6 servings): 1/2 … Continue reading

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