Cameron uses the Herman character to teach young readers an important lesson about how people should treat each other.
CASHTOWN, Penn. (PRWEB) August 27, 2012
In her children’s storybook “The Adventures of Herman Quacker: Herman Goes to School” (published by Trafford Publishing), Harriet Cameron tells the heartwarming story of a duck who finds adventure and fun with his friends at school.
Herman is a happy fun-loving duck who lives in Buckleberry Town. Although Herman has the best intentions and cares for others, he often gets into mischief when he goes to school with his friends. He even has a bit of a fun, mischievous adventure when he attends his teacher’s wedding and fails to understand some of the traditions. But, as always in the Herman’s adventures, he finds loving support from his friends.
An excerpt from “The Adventures of Herman Quacker”:
“Herman loved art class. When the teacher told them they would be doing finger painting, Herman raised his wing to say he didn’t have fingers. This made everyone in the class laugh. The art teacher told him to use his feet. She told him he would do a fine job. The teacher had little pans of paint and each student had a sheet of paper. Herman walked down to the paint and put his feet into the pan of black paint. He walked back to his paper, but on the way, he walked on the papers of all of the other students. Each one had a black duck foot print on their papers. ‘Herman, get off of our papers.’”
Cameron uses the Herman character to teach young readers an important lesson about how people should treat each other. “This is the kind of book that I wish more stores would carry and parents would buy,” she says. “This cries out, ‘We do not bully!’”
About the Author
Harriet Cameron has been a secretary at an elementary school for many years. She has always enjoyed writing, especially children’s stories. She is a widow, a mother of one son, and the grandmother of three grandchildren.
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