Sharyn Jones author of ‘Woof, the photobombing sock puppet’ featured on the New Zealand Herald website
Feature on the New Zealand Herald website talks about Sharyn’s inspiration for the book ‘Woof, the photobombing sock puppet’ and the fun she had while writing her book. It also shares that children adore the sock puppet named Woof. She also shared a brief synopsis of the book.
A shy boy named Bobby Brown does not feel comfortable being the subject of camera and photography, so he employs a sock puppet to photobomb all and any pictures that he can, even the important ones like of first prom and wedding anniversary. Eventually, his family gets weary of this mischief and prohibits him from using the sock puppet. So Bobby Brown eventually becomes more confident gradually and starts photobombing pictures on his own. A cute tale with adorable illustrations to be enjoyed by all.
Sharyn Jones published her children's book for the first time. She has a passionate love for her pets. She has twenty chickens, two pigs and two dogs that she adores although they can create a mess sometimes. She lives in Tauranga a beautiful place in New Zealand. Sharyn teaches at Greerton Village School and has published two educational school journals before.
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