“The Bad Bunnies” book by Arianne Binder

posted Oct 7, 2015, 6:36 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:57 AM ]
“The Bad Bunnies” book by Arianne Binder
 
Arianne is my daughter (now married so she now has a different last name).  She is my only daughter and the second most important female in my life, next to my wife.
 
She wrote this book when she was age 8.  Only 8 and produced a book.  What an example to me, to all writers.  She did not study writing except to learn the alphabet and make the marks on paper in the correct manner and learned to read.  She is an exceptional example to all of us that it is what you have to say that makes the difference, not your education or anything else.  She has a blog called “The Rants and Raves of a Crazed Stay at Home Mom” that she was writing featured here:
 
 
She started in 2010 that she continued for 4 months.  Four precious months that I looked forward to each post and love to go back and read and reread and look at the pictures of my granddaughters.  They are beautiful.  Read the blog, you will not see the errors.  All you will see and read are what she is saying and feeling and what she is learning as a mother that makes the difference.  It is from the heart.
 
That, Dear Writers, is how you should write.  From the heart, all else will come.
 
Write from your heart.  Your Write Coach is here eager and willing to help you.
 
Contact ab3ring at juno dot com or dalanbinder at gmail dot com
 
Write your passion.

Here are the "Bad Bunnies"  

The Bad Bunnies Arianne Binder Select.pdf



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Arianne is my daughter (now married so she now has a different last name).  She is my only daughter and the second most important female in my life, next to my wife.
She wrote this book when she was age 8.  Only 8 and produced a book.  What an example to me, to all writers.  She did not study writing except to learn the alphabet and make the marks on paper in the correct manner and learned to read.  She is an exceptional example to all of us that it is what you have to say that makes the difference, not your education or anything else.  She has a blog called “The Rants and Raves of a Crazed Stay at Home Mom” that she was writing featured here:
She started in 2010 that she continued for 4 months.  Four precious months that I looked forward to each post and love to go back and read and reread and look at the pictures of my granddaughters.  They are beautiful.  Read the blog, you will not see the errors.  All you will see and read are what she is saying and feeling and what she is learning as a mother that makes the difference.  It is from the heart.
That, Dear Writers, is how you should write.  From the heart, all else will come.
Write from your heart.  Your Write Coach is here eager and willing to help you.
Contact ab3ring at juno dot com or dalanbinder at gmail dot com
Write your passion.
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She wrote this book when she was age 8.  Only 8 and produced a book.  What an example to me, to all writers.  She did not study writing except to learn the alphabet and make the marks on paper in the correct manner and learned to read.  She is an exceptional example to all of us that it is what you have to say that makes the difference, not your education or anything else.  She has a blog called “The Rants and Raves of a Crazed Stay at Home Mom” that she was writing featured here:
She started in 2010 that she continued for 4 months.  Four precious months that I looked forward to each post and love to go back and read and reread and look at the pictures of my granddaughters.  They are beautiful.  Read the blog, you will not see the errors.  All you will see and read are what she is saying and feeling and what she is learning as a mother that makes the difference.  It is from the heart.
That, Dear Writers, is how you should write.  From the heart, all else will come.
Write from your heart.  Your Write Coach is here eager and willing to help you.
Contact ab3ring at juno dot com or dalanbinder at gmail dot com
Write your passion.
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