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Julia Seaborn Author Interview
Julia Seaborn Author Interview

Pippin’s Country Adventure follows an energetic poodle on an adventure that teaches readers about animals and practices counting. What inspired you to create a story about Pippin?

The inspiration for “Pippin’s Country Adventure” comes from my experience living on a rural property. The time has special memories and it was then that Pippin, my miniature poodle, came into my life.

Did you originally plan to combine several educational elements in the story or did that happen organically while creating the book?

Yes, this was part of my original concept for the book.

Are there any scenes in the book that are directly inspired by things Pippin’s done in real life?

Yes, we had blue tongue lizards, willie wagtails, snakes and his real life sheepdog friend is Hamish. Although some characters are real, most of the book is fictional.

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

The second in this series is called “Pippin Moves to the City” and will be available by the end of 2021. This book is entirely fictional.

Author Links: GoodReads | Website

Pippin the poodle is looking for friends to play with. He plays with piglets in the mud, jumps in a creek with ducklings, and meets Sugar Bear the baby koala. Most of all he would like to be friends with Snake.
But does Snake want to be friends with Pippin?
Pippin has fun with his sheepdog friend but makes a mistake when he sees mummy’s dinner on the table.
How will Pippin’s day end?
Includes basic numeracy skills and fun discussion questions.

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