A conversation with author Nancy Bloy Gebhardt

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Translating the antics of a family into the pages of a children’s book is a crafty art.  Author and smart grandma Nancy Bloy Gebhardt to artfully help get your school of fish around hooks like sibling rivalry during the holidays.
Self-proclaimed “Queen Sardine”, has wanted to see her silly sardine stories in print for many years. Having grown up in a large family, she knows a little something about feeling like a sardine in a can, crammed into the family station wagon, for those memorable trips across America. She lives in Fallbrook, California, where her grandchildren have provided ideas for this and many stories to come.
Translating the antics of a family into the pages of a children’s book is a crafty art.   Children will identify with children and emulate adults.   Getting the better antics to show requires some crafty parenting.   Who better than smart grandma Nancy Bloy Gebhardt to artfully help get your school of fish around hooks like sibling rivalry and road trip romps.  
 
“How Much Trouble Could A Can Of Sardines Get Into?” is a fanciful look at a child’s desire for adventure and freedom as well as a catalyst for discussing the relationships between siblings.
Making the boys bond.

 

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