Margaret Scott visits ‘Apex Elementary School’ for Book Reading
The author of the book ‘Jimmy gets a Pet Passport’ visits ‘Apex Elementary School’ for a book reading ceremony. She met the children there and gabbed to them about her new book. The children enjoyed the reading and had a lot of fun.
This is the story of ‘Jimmy’ which is a very kind, calm and adventurous Dalmatian dog who likes to play with her other spotted friends in the sun.
She met her new Scottish mother in North Carolina. At the age of three, she has to go to Scotland with her mother which means that she has to go to the vet so that she could fly on an airplane.
Jimmy doesn’t like to visit the vets and this is the least favorite part for her but she has to overcome her fear for the sake of flying on an airplane.
The author Margaret grew up in the North East of Scotland. She studied Sports Development and Health Promotion in the University and spent nine summers as a Camp Counselor, Unit Leader and Sports Director at Camp Blue Ridge in Northern Georgia, USA.
She also worked at YNCA Camp seagull, Camp Seafarer as on Operation Program assistant for seven years which is where she met Jimmy, the Dalmatian and returned to her country in 2015 to take care of her ailing mother.
It is Jimmy which inspires Margaret to write fascinating stories about her and she loves her dog for her absolutely delightful behavior.