Luisa Monk, a high school student in the UK just created a pop-up version of my book.
have a look:
Really great that she went to so much trouble, that she was inspired by your book and that you took the time to say thanks. Not many authors of best selling books would do this I think, This says a lot about you and her.
That really is superb. Well done to Luisa, and indeed to you Dan for inspiring this.
How wonderful that she read and then made this pop-up book. And thanks Dan for sharing your feelings. The world is a little brighter today.
Way to go, dear high school student, hope a book publisher finds you!
Dan, what a wonderful way to say thank you!
How many writers are rewarded with a hand-crafted pop up version of their book? That’s so cool!
Dan, looks like you may need to join the Center for Future Storytelling. Congratulations.
MAY WE PURCHASE A COPY OF LOUSIA POP UP BOOK?
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