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New! The Treasure Cave: sea tales of Tiptoes Lightly
Tiptoes Lightly loves the sea, and when Farmer John and his children, Tom Nutcracker and June Berry, drive to the seaside for Thanksgiving she goes along with them. Tom and June discover a freshly uncovered cave in bluffs that run along the shore. They call it their Treasure Cave just for fun, but then find seven beautiful pearls and a finely wrought golden chain buried in the sand. Tiptoes sets out to find the story behind the pearls, and soon a delicate web of tales begins to unfold. Stretching back to the creation of the world, they weave together until Tiptoes and the children are caught up in the ongoing drama between the Sea King and his lovely daughter.
This book is older in tone than the other Tiptoes Lightly books, and while it is intended for family reading, is more suited to grade 1 through grade 4 children.
172 pages, 6x9 format, $16.75 Purchase book
Reviews: "Reg Down has done it again in his unique style—magnificently imaginative and utterly entertaining. The Treasure Cave is a heart-warming gift to families to help find a new meaning in Thanksgiving through the wonder of Tiptoes Lightly. Five Stars!" David Kennedy, Waldorf Today
And a great review from Midwest Book Review: "A deftly crafted novel by an experienced and talented author and illustrator of books for children, "The Treasure Cave" continues the Tiptoes Lightly stories with its superbly drawn characters and thoroughly engaging storyline. Wonderfully entertaining, "The Treasure Cave" is especially recommended for young readers ages 6 through 10 and will make an enduringly popular addition to both school and community library children's fiction collections. Also very highly recommended for young readers are Reg Down's previous children's books: "Tales of Tiptoes Lightly", "Eggs for the Hunting", "The Lost Lagoon", "The Magic Knot ~ and other tangles!" and "The Midsummer Mouse."
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December 7th: The Bremen Town Musicians go West will be performed in eurythmy for the last time at the Cedarwood Waldorf School Winter Faire in Portland, Oregon. Performed by seven of the local eurthmists and read by yours truly. Kids (and adults) have loved this tale all around the city and into Southern Oregon. We are on in the morning about 11 o'clock. See you there!
Nov. 2013: Mirka Marlow's daughter and hubby all dressed up for their Halloween celebrations as Jeremy Mouse and Farmer John. Lovely! :)
November 2013: THE ADVENTURES OF JANE: the cat who was a dog
Jane is a cat, raised as a dog. Born beneath a dumpster and found by a dog, she is brought up with a litter of puppies. Jane does not turn out to be just any dog in the litter; she is the top dog, the main-man dog, the king of the castle dog. She holds her tail up straight when she walks and brooks no nonsense. When they go for a walk everyone has to walk behind her: her brothers and sisters, her doggy-daddy and doggy-mommy, even the human she keeps as chief backscratcher and can opener.
Jane is a tough cookie—as tough as nails and as cool as cucumbers come, as she proves to Big-Bad and Bengal Bob. But Jane’s abilities do not stop there. Oh, no. Jane is smart. Very. She speaks Humanese, and reads and writes as well. After fearless and sometimes deeply artistic deeds she becomes mayor, and goes on to save the town from the menace of Morgan, the giant banker.
Jane’s only failure is love. She is a romantic soul, but nothing works out for her; not with Bowser, nor Crème Brûlée, nor Patches, the giraffe from the town zoo. In the end, and there has to be an end to all cat’s lives, a statue us set up to Jane in the town square, a tribute to the greatest cat (make that dog) ever.
I have published this tale in a Kindle version - in the meanwhile I'll start working on the illustrations for the print version (those take a while).
41 Chapters / approx. 130 pages / 23,600+ words Purchase Kindle Book $4.95
I will post chapters on a regular basis through to the end for those without a kindle reader. Suitable for family reading from grade 1 to grade 4 (even older, maybe). Enjoy!
Chapter 1 / Chapter 2 / Chapter 3 / Chapter 4 / Chapter 5 / Chapter 6 / Chapter 7 / Chapter 8 / Chapter 9 / Chapter 10 / Chapter 11 / Chapter 12 / Chapter 13 / Chapter 14 / Chapter 15 / Chapter 16 / Chapter 17 / Chapter 18 / Chapter 19 / Chapter 20 / Chapter 21 / Chapter 22 / Chapter 23 / Chapter 24 / Chapter 25 / Chapter 26 / Chapter 27
- Dec 1: Mosey Dawdle wins by a Nap A fable. Kindergarten through grade 3 or 4. 2 pages
- Nov 26: Pinrut the Turnip Boy: third life. The ongoing saga of this humorous and silly tale (see 1st and 2nd parts below). For grade two or three to grade five, thereabouts. It's hard to classify but I've had a number of folk tell me they are enjoying it. 9 pages.
- Nov 18: The Girl who asked Questions Grade 1 through all ages. 2 pages
- Nov 12: Lilac lived in Lala Land A color tale. Grade 1 though 3 or so. 2 pages
- Nov 8: Speedy-Weedy and Painted Shell A hare and turtle fable. Suitable for kindergarten through grade four. 2 pages
- Oct 30: The Pumpkin, Mr Big I posted a Halloween tale of this title last year - this is a somewhat different puppetry version I performed at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California. For kindergarten through grade two. 2 pages
- Oct 29: Cops and Ducks A satire for adults. 1 page
- Oct 14: Speedy-Weedy and Mosey Dawdle A hare and tortoise fable. Suitable for kindergarten through grade four. 2 pages
- Sept 1: Ish the Fish and Gentleman Buck A short tale for adults - grade 8 and up. 1 page.
- August 25: The Piano, the Mouth Organ and the Drum Another silly tale based on a Russian nonsense tale. This one musicians will appreciate, especially the ending. 1 page
- August 14: Pinrut the Turnip Boy: second life. The next part of this humorous and silly tale (see first part in April, below). For advanced grade two or three to grade five, thereabouts. It's hard to classify. Enjoy. 12 pages.
- August 5: Ish the Fish and the River of Being For older kids and adults, I think. 2 pages
- July 30: The Mower, the Vacuum and the Cell Phone A modern version of a Russian nonsense tale. For grades one through three. 2 pages
- July 24: King Red and the White Snow For kindergarten through grade 2. 1 page
- July 12: The Elephant's Psalm For grade 1 through 4. 1 page.
- June 29: The Orange Gnome from Spain A sanguine tale for kindergarten through grade three. 1 page
- June 22: Boo-hoo Blue A sanguine vs melancholic tale. Suitable for kindergarten through grade 3. 2 pages.
- June 16: The Pencil Writer A tale for older kids and adults. 1 page
- June 10: The Yellow Elf and the Rosy Princess A tale for kindergarten through grade two or three. 1 page
- June 2: The Yellow Elf and the Sun A story for late kindergarten through grade two or three. 1 page
- May 26: The Green Elf A tale for late kindergarten through grade two or three. 1 page
- May 24: The Lion and I A humorous poem for grades one through three. From A Tangle of Tales. 1 page
- May 21: Ish the Fish swims along the Shore A riddle tale, perhaps? Grades two through ??? - it's hard to say the upper age limit as it has a deeper content in the guise of a simple tale. 1 page
- May 20: The Fish and the Frog From A Tangle of Tales. Waldorf teachers of the younger grades will recognize this as a parody of a well-known poem. For grades one through three. 1 page.
- May 17: A Mess of Microtales From A Tangle of Tales. Five very short tales, riddles and fables. For grade two and three. 1 page.
- May 14: The Mole's Creation Myth From A Tangle of Tales - for grade two through four. 1 page.
- May 6: The Tale of Turana - chapter 44 of The Midsummer Mouse, in which the Summer Queen tells the festival tale. 4 pages.
- May 6: Tiptoes meets the Sunset Angels - the chapter in The Midsummer Mouse where Tiptoes flies high into the sky and meets the color-creating angels. 2 pages.
- May 4: The Midsummer Mouse From the upcoming book of the same title. Suitable for grade one through grade three or four. 4 pages.
- May 4: Mister Big and the Gophers A short Halloween shadow puppet play grade 7 did for the young ones last year. 2 pages.
- April 29: Ish the Fish in the Gardens A mystery tale for grade 2 through grade 4 or higher. 1 page.
- April 24: A tale not for children. Ish the Fish swims the Drag 1 page.
- April 19: Pinrut the Turnip Boy: first life A humorous tale for grade two or three to grade five, thereabouts. It's hard to classify. Enjoy. 5 pages. (I met a kid up in Auburn and he loved this story, and another parent said that their child liked it too - good to hear! Thanks, guys.)
- April 8: From A Tangle of Tales: The Bull, the Lion, the Eagle, and the Man with Wings A very short riddle tale. Suitable for all ages, including adults, but especially grades 2 and 4. 1 page.
- April 4: Ish the Fish at the Swimming Pool A short fable, of sorts. Grade 2 and 3, or even older. 1 page.
- April 3: The Turnip Princess Retold by moi. I posted this before but this version has the illustrations from A Tangle of Tales. Suitable for children (because they have fantasy) and adults (because of its depth). 3 pages.
- March 24: The Real Story of the Easter Bunny A tongue-in-cheek tale for the lovely folk of Oz. 4 pages.
- March 17: From A Tangle of Tales: The Flea speaks! A riddle tale. Kindergarten through grade 3.
- March 11: From A Tangle of Tales: A Child's Creation Myth Grade 1 or 2 through 4. 1 page.
- March 7: From A Tangle of Tales: The Snake's Creation Myth. Grade 2 thro' HS and adult. 1 page.
- March 4: From A Tangle of Tales: The Giraffe's Creation Myth Grade 1 through 3. A very short myth. 1 page.
- March 2: The Tale of Glasses Two - an odd tale, a mystery tale too, never mind the spelling. For grades 1-3 and adults. 2 pages.
- February 26: A translation of Rudolf Steiner's poem, The Dance of the Planets. Steiner also choreographed this piece for eurythmy.
- February 19: The Tale of Stick An inverse tale - for later kindergarten through grade 2 or 3.
- February 18: A tale not for children: Ish the Fish and the Mother of Stone.
- February 18: Here's The Tale of Bump. An inverse tale. For grade one and two, thereabouts (I think). 1 page.
- February 17: This is a legend from the wonderful land of Oz: The Legend of Noroombangadingdongdilly Billabong. What age group is it suitable for? Donno - you tell me. :) 8 pages.
- February 16: And another tale (fable?): Ish the Fish and the Fisherman - suitable for grade 2 to 3 (and grown-ups :))
- February 14: Here's a tale for grown-ups and not for children: The Butterfly Man. 1 page.
- February 8: Here's a tale about Sahwah and Berry Blue. It's a fairy tale - though perhaps a little unusual - suitable for first grade through adulthood (me thinks). 2 pages.
- January 26, 2013: Herewith a poem, The Cow with Poetry in her Tracks. It is dedicated to Opal Whiteley, the wonderful child naturalist and genius of the highest order. Her tale, ultimately, had a tragic ending, but her writings are not to be missed (see The Singing Creek where the Willows Grow: the Mystical Nature Diary of Opal Whiteley). It is hard to believe that a child so very young can write so wonderfully. In one passage she speaks of the cow "with poetry in her tracks", and the line stuck and wouldn't let go, even after years and years. This poem appears in a collection of my short stories for children: A Tangle of Tales. 1 page.
Photo credit: Lezlie Sterling email@example.com
Yours truly at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California. They had a number of performers in various rooms and the children visited each one. It was part of their Halloween celebrations.
October 15, 2013: Hurray! The landscape wall I built with grade 3 (now grade 4) at Camellia Waldorf School in sunny Sacramento, California, is completed. Here we are at the grand opening today. Now onto the next project.
Here's a Greenleaf and Tiptoes Lightly leaf boat sailing on the water by the children of Jules from A Little Crafty Nest up in BC, Canada. Perfect! :) See her beautiful summer blog here.
The Midsummer Mouse: midsummer tales of Tiptoes Lightly and the Summer Queen
A book of midsummer mirth, misadventure, mystery, and delight!
The sun is rising higher into the sky every day. Summer has come and Farmer John builds a great pile of wood for the Midsummer's Eve festival taking place on his land. Tom Nutcracker and June Berry's whole school is coming to celebrate. June Berry forgets a basket (with a cookie inside) by the oak tree when they are helping their dad build the wood pile. A small detail to us, perhaps, but one which leads Jeremy Mouse on a merry dance as Jemima Mouse tries to preserve the cookie for the festival. Meanwhile, Pine Cone and Pepper Pot are not opening their door to anyone other than Tiptoes (and even then only reluctantly). Their beards, it seems, are entangled. Hopelessly entangled. This sends Tiptoes all over the forest to find a way to get pine resin out of beards. Then there is the problem of Ompliant the Elephant. What are Tom and June to do with him? How will they keep him out of sight? But the clever kids come up with a wonderful idea to hide a pachyderm in plain sight. Finally, the Summer Queen begins to appear here and there, and in the end joins the festival and tells 'The Tale of Turana' before mysteriously vanishing before the crowd.
The Midsummer Mouse is a summer tale, full of midsummer mirth, misadventure, mystery and delight. It will bring sparkles to children's eyes, and laughter to adults, too. Suitable, as always with Tiptoes Lightly tales, for family reading from kindergarten through age ten or so.
Paperback Price $16.50, illustrated, 138 pages, 6x9 format / Kindle price $9.95
Review: "Tiptoes is at it again! Just in time for Midsummer, another in the Tiptoes Lightly series. Reg Down is a masterful storyteller and The Midsummer Mouse entertains through its many twists and turns leading to the appearance of the Summer Queen. An unbroken stream of unbridled imagination - just what children (and their parents) need now. If you're not a Tiptoes fan, this is your chance to 'get on board.'" David Kennedy, Waldorf Today
Review: "I love all his books! My 8 year old has read all Reg Down's Tiptoes Lightly books. She is always asking for more of Tiptoes Lightly stories. We were so excited to hear he has just published this new book. We just bought this one and she has promptly finish reading it. She says "this book is very interesting", "Pinecone and Pepperpot are all tangled up!" It is a joy for me to see my daughter relishing this book. Truthfully, I love his writing myself!" Amazon Review
Review: "A great addition to your collection! Can't go wrong with any of Reg Down's books! My daughter hears the stories at school, and loves hearing them at home. A definite must have for your collection!" Amazon Review
Review: "Won't disappoint! We are huge Tiptoes Lightly fans and were so excited for Reg Down's newest book! As with all his books, this one was a fantastic read. It entertained all of my children (ages 4,7, 9 and 11) and they kept asking for "one more chapter". The Midsummer Mouse provides a wonderful tale woven together through adventure, humor, magic and mystery. We loved it!" Amazon Review
- Here is the title story: The Midsummer Mouse Suitable for grade one through grade three or four. 4 pages.
- And The Tale of Turana - chapter 44 in which the Summer Queen tells the Midsummer Festival tale. 4 pages.
- And Tiptoes meets the Sunset Angels - the chapter where Tiptoes flies high into the sky and meets the color-creating angels. 2 pages.
The Darkling Beasts
Alf’s parents lose their home in the great financial downturn of the early twenty-first century. They take Alf and his friend, Siggy, to a visiting carnival to have a bit of fun. Alf and Siggy get stuck in a dilapidated Hall of Mirrors and end up miles away with the beer belly owner and his amply x-sized mum. That’s when the boys discover a portal in the Hall of Mirrors. It leads to a world turned completely inside out to ours. In Instar, the sun lies at the center of a great sphere, waxing and waning during the day and vanishing at night. They meet the slim and beautiful Mia, who takes them into her tilting—the tall, slender buildings that rise above the forest and sway with the wind. The tiltings, however, are surrounded by a high defense wall with vicious spikes on top. Living in the day is fine, or so it seems to an outsider, but when night comes the gates are shut against the darkling beasts that rage outside.
Filled with drama and humor, The Darkling Beasts is also a cautionary tale; it addresses some of the great issues the upcoming generations will have to face.
The Kindle Edition $7.95 Purchase Book
Print Edition: 9 x 6 format, 184 pages, $15.50 - Purchase Paperback Suitability: not below age 12.
Review: " ... the best sort of reading for teens (and those of us who are older): The Darkling Beasts is a captivating page-turner that will keep any young person reading and reading and reading." Nancy Parsons, Waldorf Books
A Tangle of Tales: short stories for children
A collection of forty-two stories for children. Inside you’ll find nature tales, riddle tales, fables, fairy tales, poems, and creation myths both serious and sanguine. Suitable for children from kindergarten through grade four. Tons of illustrations and drawings.
Review: "A Tangle of Tales is a great "read-aloud" repository for homeroom, storytime, bedtime, or the simple joy of parent-child reading time - highly recommended." Midwest Book Review
Review: "Always wonderful stories! My children love Reg's books and this is no exception! If you want lovely child friendly stories, then look no further." Amazon Review
A list of the stories plus samples to download or view is on the stories and tales page.
Print Edition: $14.95
June: TIPTOES LIGHTLY gets a great review in All Parenting: "I could write a novel on how much I love this book. Actually, anything by Reg Down will knock your socks off. Tiptoes is a fairy. She has two gnome friends called “Pine Cone” and “Pepper Pot.” They go on simple adventures in acorn shells, to help bee “find his buzz” (for example). My children, ranging in ages from 2 to 11, cannot get enough of these books. We read them again and again and again. They sit riveted. They crack up laughing. They talk about these characters through the day. These books spark imagination: Real, living imagination. The illustrations, characters and plots are simple, endearing and creative. I can't recommend them enough, and these books will stay on my shelves forever, for my grandkids and hopefully beyond." Janelle Hanchett All Parenting
The Cricket and the Shepherd Boy is now available in Spanish on Amazon!
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De Puntitas y Sus Aventuras
Coming in the not too distant future - The Tales of Tiptoes Lightly in Spanish!
Here are a couple of shots of Willow Osborn's needle felting work. Her daughter is holding a two Tiptoes Lightly - I never knew she had a twin!
January 2013: Butterbrains is a 'traditional' fairy tale - but with twists, of course. I've had it on file for years and have never known what to do with it as it's too short except for a picture book (which I still might do) and too long for a quick read (it's 4760 words/10-12 full pages). So in the meanwhile, here it is on Kindle - not a media I recommend for children, but one which will suffice if you are reading to your children when on a road trip or holiday ... and all my children's books are intended for reading to your loved ones in any case! :)
Once, long ago, there lived a simpleton. He was so simple that he ate his soup with a fork and buttered his bread with a spoon. But he was a kind soul who spoke with the animals, and they came to him when they were hurt or needed help. In summertime, butterflies flitted about his head, and it was a common sight to see him walking along, paying not the slightest heed, while round and round his head the butterflies shimmered and danced. The townsfolk laughed and jeered and called him Butterbrains—or worse—but he never seemed to mind and went on his way.
Now the king of the land had a beautiful daughter. She was as fair as the sun and as mysterious as the moon. One day she fell terribly ill; so ill that none of the doctors could help her and everyone thought she would die.
One night she had a dream, and calling her father to her she said: "I dreamed that if a man journeys through the twelve kingdoms surrounding our castle I will become well again."
This is how the story begins and off Butterbrains goes through the twelve kingdoms and twelve extraordinary adventures until he arrives back (transformed, of course) and wins the hand of the lovely princess. Suitable for kindergarten through adulthood. Enjoy!
Available on Amazon's Kindle here. $3.95 Don't have a Kindle? No problem. Here's the link to their free download of their reader to your PC.
December 2012: Here are a couple of shots from the Christmas puppet show, The Cricket and the Shepherd Boy, performed at Rudolf Steiner College on Dec 8, 2012. Thank you everyone who came - we had three shows and lovely audiences at each of them. :) (Lower two shots by Sara Wilson - thanks Sara!)
Dec 2012: And here's a shot from The Cricket and the Shepherd Boy show at the Spiritual Life Center of Sacramento. (Photo: Paula Mandella - who also initiated the show.) By the end of the tale the little kids at the front were leaning on the stage! A very interactive and warm audience. Thank you!
Waldorf in the Home: Resources for Nourishing Family Life has posted an overview of my books. Thanks guys! Check out their website for useful blogs, notices on upcoming conferences, books, homeshooling, and more.
I have posted a new album of the work of Jennifer at Ancient Hearth. She made them three years ago and I contacted her back then but never saw the reply! Nevertheless, the needle-felted and sewn Tiptoes, Pine Cone and Pepper Pot are beautiful, as you will see. Thanks, Jennifer
Rahima Baldwin Dancy has just put out the third edition of You Are Your Child's First Teacher. This definitely-on-its-way-to-classichood book is a must for parents of young children. It has been updated and expanded, so mosey on over and buy it - you won't have any regrets.
Way to go Rahima!
“This is a terrific book, packed with commonsense advice on the real basics of healthy mental and emotional development. Rahima is a wise and knowledgeable guide for parents struggling to raise good kids in a challenging world. Someday your children will thank you for reading this book!”
—Jane M. Healy, PhD, author of Different Learners and Your Child’s Growing Mind
“Here is an extraordinary work for those who want to develop a truly intelligent child and, in the process, unlock new levels of their own intelligence and spirit.”
—Joseph Chilton Pearce, author of Magical Child
You should also check out her website: Waldorf in the Home
Sept 2012: Becca Thornton of Chocolate Eyes blog has posted a lovely piece on The Magic Knot - plus her artistic rendering of Tiptoes' acorn house. Drop on over and see what her blog is about - it's nicely done. Thanks, Becca!
Sept 2012: Tiptoes Lightly made a visit to the Decatur Book Festival at the booth of The Waldorf School of Atlanta. She sold up a storm and reports that a lovely time was had by all! Thanks to Rhonda Wildman and Stacey Alson for initiating and arranging. Now that the fun is over they are back at school and working up some elbow grease.
August 18th: Life as a Schoolhouse blog has posted an interview with moi and is doing a book giveaway. Mosey on over, see what's what and enter to win a kid's book of your choice - the winner will be chosen on August 26th.
PS - if you're a homeschooler this blog is nicely done and well worth adding to your favorites list.
August 2012: Greetings to a new vendor, the online store PALUMBA and its brick and mortar store CAMDEN ROSE, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. They are longtime vendors of many beautiful, natural and child-appropriate toys, dolls, books and baby items. Drop on by if you're in their neck of the woods or visit their online store and see what they offer. Welcome!
July 2012: Sarah's Silks has made a Tiptoes Lightly dress! Yea!
Go check out her site - there are many wonderful items that she carries which are child-appropriate and beautiful. Thanks, Sarah!
PS - if you have not already checked out Therese's work with those who are dying and at the threshold, please do so at the Chalice of Repose Project. It's well worth a visit. She is doing extraordinary work.
Also a review has appeared in Lilipoh magazine in their summer issue (review not listed on their website). Thank you, Lilipoh!
"The Fetching of Spring is a story for everyone to read and reread, and to be inspired to continue one's own journey in seach of the silenced Golden Bird"
June 2012: Julie Hunter put on a Tiptoes puppet show for her daughter's 7th birthday and posted it on her blog, This Cozy Life. There are some wonderful shots to be seen. I have created an album but go check out her blog for all the details.
PS - if you want to see a truly mouthwatering, delicious, eye-catching feast of a cake, you just gotta see the one she made!
May 2012: Ginger and Pickles has posted an author interview (of moi) on their blog. Ginger and Pickles has been a noted, high quality children's store in Boulder, Colorado for years. Mary, the owner, is now adding an online extension of the business, so if you have children go check out what they are about - I'm sure you'll find items of interest, beauty and use. Thanks, Mary!
May 2012: I've posted a small album of the Lucy Goose puppet show at Rudolf Steiner College. It was perfect weather and the music room was filled and the children were smiling. Thank you all for coming and thank you to Osiris for initiating and hosting the event. The photos are by Shani Young - thanks Shani.
April: I've posted an album of a Lucy Goose and the Half-egg puppet show at Live Oak Waldorf School on 28 April. A lovely time was had by all! It really was a most pleasant event at perhaps the most beautiful and child appropriate campus in the USA (me thinks) :)
Most of the photographs are by Jennifer Kovach - thank you!
As you can see, Pine Cone and Pepper Pot came disguised as two grown-up human beings pretending to be Pine Cone and Pepper Pot (how devious is that!!!). One of them even went so far as pretending to be a woman! They almost had us fooled but you can tell by their cheeky looks that they are really gnomes.
April 2012: Sara of Love in the Suburbs did a neat wooden Easter egg painting with Tiptoes and the Great Oak Tree. Go check out what she's been up to!
April 2012: Thanks to This Cozy Life blog for a sweet review. :) Go on over and check out her site, it's nicely done and she writes well.
News break, October 2011: Jeremy Mouse at Occupy Wall Street!
We have an album of reader's art, craft and costumes connected to Tiptoes and Crew. If you have any items please take a photo and send to me - thanks!
"Beauty will save the world." Dostoevsky
"Yes!" Reg Down