Charlie and Felicity Go Wild by David Driscoll

978-1-62516-742-2-DDriscollCoverAbout Charlie and Felicity
Go Wild

Charlie and Felicity Go Wild is the imaginative children’s story about two fishcakes who meet on the river. Charlie is a well-dressed fishcake who wants to meet a well-dressed female fishcake.

After Charlie meets Felicity, everything goes wild! First they take an exciting canoe ride down the river, where they have a dangerous encounter with a crocodile. Charlie takes on some elephants to rescue Felicity and just then, hippos pop up and say hello. A slippery snake sticks his nose into things, Charlie loses so much weight, his swimming trunks fall down! Felicity has fun bouncing on giant mushrooms and Charlie falls asleep in the boat.

Welcome to the crazy world of Charlie and Felicity!

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Driscoll Cover WebAbout The Discovery of Duck Nation

A lost duckling gets found by Blackberry and Blueberry. Blackberry is a berry full of life. She has a marvelous sense of leadership and a caring mind. Blueberry is her loyal pal and he will follow her anywhere. Their friends are Strawberry and Huckleberry, who like to hang around. All the berries love adventure and have a fascination with technological gadgets.

After spotting an island at the bottom of the hill, Blackberry and Blueberry decide to venture over to see what’s lurking in the trees. There is plenty of noise and squawking, and all sorts of commotion. It’s a duck meeting!

The berries spot all kinds of ducks playing with their high-tech gadgets, including a blue hairy duck, a spotty duck, a duck with fangs, and even a duck with a helmet. They begin quacking like crazy at the intruding berries and chase them off the island.

But Blackberry and Blueberry have the lost duckling to deliver, so they head back to the ducks’ party and end up being treated like heroes. Duck Nation is the place to be!

About the AuthorDavid Driscoll

David Driscoll started to write short stories at creative writing classes and writes with supporting characters that are a little different. He likes illustrations to be big and bright, with eye-catching obscure features to enhance interest. He started writing when he was four and now creates children’s stories along with the team found via the Internet. More stories are coming. Discovery of Duck Nation is his second published book.