I recently read a book “The Story of Alice:Lewis Carroll and the Secret History of Wonderland” Of course it’s about just what the title says. As I was reading it I was reminded of  a book that was sent to me that I started but got sidetracked with other stuff , so I immediately went back to it. Why would “Alice” remind me of this new book? What Book?

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                                                 Tickety Boo

                            and the Black Trunk




                                SHOULD OPEN JUST

                                              CLOSE THE LID”

Wishapick is 150 pages of fantastical adventure.  A world of talking Possums,Skunks an evil Rattlesnake King not to mention a hungry Wolf that’s on a soft food diet because of recent dental surgery.No Cheshire cats or wishapick coverQueen of Hearts but plenty of other interesting Characters and creatures that you’ll learn to love.

Yep!  His curiosity certainly did get the better of him.Was he supposed to open the Trunk? NOPE!

Along with other assorted creatures this is the world young Jack was destined for.Was this the one the creatures of Wishapick have been waiting for? The one to bring the light back to their world. To defeat the evil King O’Sirus? This young Boy?

As Jack Disappears into the mysterious trunk with his sister Lily in pursuit, They find themselves involved in a whimsical,enchanting adventure and learn there might be more to  Mom and Dad than they realized .  If only he listened a little more closely to mom’s stories if only he took them a little more seriously maybe he could remember. At the time he just thought they were fairy tales. Little did he know.

The Breath of All Good Things




Author MM Allen, has created a new and entertaining Fairy tale. It will bring children’s imagination alive. A little scary in the beginning (snakes yuk) but a great,fun adventure. Truly a very good story that will keep the reader captivated to the end. I love the fact that it has a music cd available too.

Kind of like Alice. In a strange and magical world in order to get home Jack and Lily the reluctant heroes must complete their quest and save their new friends. It shows that with a little or maybe a lot of effort you can accomplish that goal which seemed impossible in the beginning.

The next classic Fairy Tale   Wishapick Tickety Boo and the Black Trunk

Author MM Allen Author of the acclaimed children’s picture book Let's Play Ball
is the mother of two adult children and aunt to twenty-three nieces and nephews, including ten great-nieces and great-nephews. MM is a former teacher and university lecturer. She has also worked extensively in marketing and communications with varied businesses, including Walt Disney’s Buena Vista Records, as well as several non-profits.


Along with the book is a brilliant Cd by Deborah Wynne . Beautiful sounding music to go along with the story or to listen by itself. Deborah did a great job with the music, The songs and her voice are a perfect addition to bring the story alive.


Wishapick: Tickety Boo and the Black Trunk
From Deborah Wynne


Deborah Wynne created the companion CD of songs to accompany Wishapick. Wynne’s extensive musical talents lie in choral singing and song composition. Her musical projects include the 2013 album, Strands of Gold and the 2007 musical, Moment of Truth.

For many years Deborah sang with the well-known a cappella ensemble, Quire of Voices. She also sang with the female quartet, Champagne. She continues as an active singer and composer in Santa Barbara, CA, where she lives with her husband and their two shelties, Sparkle and Gracie.

                                                                  *Jiggery Pokery Tra La La*

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