The Official Writing Challenge
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10/22/09
This would be a great illustrated children's book. Cute story.
I could picture the entire scene and feel the young boy's curiosity and wonder. Gramps was a wise man teaching his grandson how to be invisible.
Love the homey feel of this piece. I could picture the little boy and his grandpa.
I love chickadees, too, but we don't have them in our area. Thank you for sharing this precious story.
10/27/09
Aww... :) I could just see this little guy when he was "invisible" in his grandfather's coat. Adorable!
10/28/09
Very creative and stock full of nostalgia. Loved Grampy! This brought back memories of past winters when I was able to feed the little chickadees. Thanks for that fuzzy, warm feeling! Adorable piece.
10/28/09
Precious. What an impact we can have by taking time to do so. Love it.

Mona
10/28/09
Such a cute story. Love it:) Wish I could meet your chickadees.
10/28/09
This is SUCH a sweet story. It should be sent to a kids' magazine, or made into an illustrated book. My little boy loves feeding birds, so I'll make sure he gets to read it. Good job!!
10/28/09
Love the title and the age-realistic dialogue. Very, very sweet.
Loved the interaction between Grampy and Sammy. The details are so vivid, you placed your reader in the scene.
10/28/09
Adorable story framed in flawless writing!!
Wonderful children's story. I love the patience of Grampy and the obvious love between grandfather and grandson.