The Adventurous Life of Dogs

Julia Seaborn Author Interview

Julia Seaborn Author Interview

Butterball Gets Lost follows a fun-loving poodle who gets lost while looking for fun and can’t find her way home. What were some influences that guided this books development?

All of my books have a general theme about the adventurous life of dogs. My aim is to incorporate a fun and happy story with some learning opportunities.

My favorite scene from the book is when Butterball gets stuck in the rabbit hole and the lizards are watching. What is your favorite scene from the book?

My favourite scene is when Barny the Owl helps Butterball find her way home because it gives the book a happy ending.

What were some educational themes you wanted to focus on with this book?

The story gives young children information about the characteristics and behaviours of some animals. Also basic number skills.

What can readers expect in book three in your Butterball the Poodle series?

Book three in the Butterball series will be a Christmas book.

Author Links: Website | Goodreads

BUTTERBALL Gets Lost (Butterball the Poodle Book 2) by [Julia Seaborn]

Butterball is a curious fun-loving poodle who doesn’t like being left home alone. She is looking for fun and digs her way out under a fence, but Butterball wanders too far.

How will Butterball find her way home?

Join Butterball on her adventure and meet Binky the bunny, JillaRoo the kangaroo and Barny the owl. This easy-to-read picture book features cute illustrations, supports the development of literacy and numeracy skills, and includes some fun activity pages.

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