A Poodle Called Pippin

Julia Seaborn Author Interview

Pippin Moves to the City continues the story of Pippin’s adventures and presents him with the challenge of making new friends. What was the inspiration for your story?

This story is loosely based on our real life experience of moving back to the city from a country property.

Aside from Pippin, what was your favorite character to write for in this book?

Blossom the possum, Pippin’s first friend in this book.

What is the most difficult part of your writing process?

Creating the initial story line concept.

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

Book 3 “Pippin’s Night-time Adventure” is now available as a New Release.

Author Links: GoodReads | Website

Second book in A Poodle Called Pippin series. Pippin doesn’t want to move. He is worried about leaving his friends, but it doesn’t take him long to make new ones. Who is Pippin’s new friend that lives in the roof? Pippin tries to fly like his cheeky butterfly friend but comes tumbling down. Follow Pippin and meet Blossom the possum, Sandy the fur seal pup and Peach the fox cub. Includes fun discussion questions and activities at the end of the story.

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