Ever imagine what else rollie pollies could do with all those arms and legs besides roll all around in your hand? Well, get ready to boogie, because here comes the Rollie Pollie Review!
From the Author – My grandson Kaehl loved to play outside whenever he came to our country home. His favorite thing to do was explore the barn, woodpiles, or anywhere rollie pollies could be found. He would collect a bowl full of them and we would imagine them as cowboys, pirates, and other action adventurers by giving them names and play acting with them in all sorts of wild story lines. It was after one particular day of fun with rollie pollies, crickets, butterflies, ants, and just about every creepy crawly insect you can find in the county, that the idea of a rock and roll band made up of rollie pollies came to life, and the result was the Rollie Pollie Review!
About the Author
Kim Holley was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and currently lives in rural southeast Kansas. She has been writing personalized poetry for her family and friends for over 30 years. She began writing children’s short stories based on her grandchildren’s adventures as well as stories she’s developed on her own.
About the Illustrator
Kristen Hawkins was born and raised in Southwest Missouri and now lives in a small town community. She has had her artwork displayed in numerous venues; currently displayed at the Koka Gallery in Carthage, Missouri. Kristen began illustrating children’s books several years ago and finds great joy in making the words of talented authors come to life for children!