Your personal fan club is adorable. You know, you might take a shot at Children's Lit. to give them something that Daddy wrote and that they're allowed to read... Just a thought.t
Larika, There's nothing expressly non-Catholic in it, but at the same time it does not mention some of the Catholic-emphasis points, such as the stations of the cross. I think it would be suitable for any child, but I'm biased.
We aimed for the approximate reading level of TJN's nephew, which was 5-6th grade, or roughly 10-12 years old.
Skoob, I've bought the eBook version and I'll read it first. My grandchild is almost 10 so she's the right age. My grandchild lives in California, so I presume (if it's right for her) Lulu can send it directly to her address in the USA. I live in the UK.
Just Kevin said:
Indecently, in my car it only takes ten minutes to get in to the library.