This book is part of a series of stories about Mr. Beasterhop. When the author was a little girl, one of her most special times with her father was storytelling time. He knew all of the Mother Goose fairy tales by heart and she would look at the pictures in her book as he recited the rhymes. One day, he asked her to tell him a story. That day, the Beasterhop came to life. When her dad wanted to know what a Beasterhop was, she quickly said, "He's a rabbit who rides on a bicycle." You will enjoy seeing the father/daughter relationship develop through their mutual storytelling abilities.
|Mary Francis McNinch
Mary Francis McNinch is the author of Murdo Girl, a blog about growing up in a small town, her RV travel, and humorous,real-life stories. She has also written and published, We Shall See what We Shall See, a children's rhyming book about a Beasterhop, Connie's Story, about a young girl's way of dealing with a life changing loss, and Dakotah's Story, about a family caught in the tumultuous times during the Indian Wars that took place in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Mary grew up in the small town of Murdo, SD. She and her husband, Kip, have four children, eight grandchildren, and three greatgrands. They live in Mabank, Texas with their three dogs and one cat. Kip and Mary enjoy spending time with family and friends and traveling in their RV. You can read about these and other topics in her blog, Murdo Girl found at maryfrancismcninch.com.