Sarah’s Special Angel….

26 Feb


Today I have the privilege of posting my friend’s daughter’s first publication. She is only eleven! She not only wrote it but ilustrated it herself as well.

This what her mother says about her. Congratulations to Jennifer 🙂


Jennifer has been a creative little girl ever since she was born. She drew pictures, told stories and, as a preschooler, she would create “books” of her stories told in pictures. While I was writing the poetry book, Dogs Forever: Poems for the Dog Person, I noticed she was writing poetry, as well, so I asked her if she’d like to collaborate with me. At 10 years old, she became an author when this book was published. She wrote the story Sarah’s Special Angel for her grandmother’s memorial service and I thought it was such a special story, I encouraged her to get it published. We are very thankful to Kitty Bullard of GMTA Publishing for making my little girl’s dreams of being an author and illustrator come true.


Jennifer’s bio:

Jennifer Wilson is 11 years old. She writes poems and short stories. She is also a young artist, and her favorite type of art is Anime. She draws a variety of pictures and has created mini comic books either alone or with her friends. She has also written short books, creating her own cover art, and she also likes to write songs. She also likes to read, especially Japanese comic books, play video games and watch a good horror flick. Some of her favorite authors are Dr. Seuss, Shel Silverstein, and Jeff Kinney.


And… her book…


Sarah’s Special Angel


An orphan girl just wants to be with her mother again. Her only friend is a little pet mouse who likes to ride around on her shoulder. What will happen when she meets a special angel?




There once was a 9-year-old girl named Sarah. She was an orphan who lived in an orphanage because her parents died from a sickness.

One day, Sarah was walking through the woods. She looked around at all the trees, the brown crunchy leaves on the ground and the rays of sunshine coming through the branches.

All of these beautiful sights should have made Sarah feel happy. But Sarah was not happy. She missed her parents.

She had no other family and felt very lonely. Her only friend was a mouse she named Squeaker.

After a lot of walking, Sarah came upon a small riverbank. She sat down to take a drink from the water.

All of a sudden, a big oak tree swung down towards her!

But the tree didn’t crash down on Sarah. It stopped, right in midair!

Squeaker got frightened and scurried away.

Sarah looked at the tree. How strange for a tree to be bent over towards a person like this!

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6 Responses to “Sarah’s Special Angel….”

  1. Dawn Colclasure February 26, 2013 at 7:58 pm #

    Thank you so much for featuring my daughter on your blog, Anne! 🙂 I am very proud of her and she continues to amaze me with her creative drive and enthusiasm. She’s brimming with ideas and lots of things she wants to do. I totally support everything she wants to accomplish in life! We have co-written another poetry book together; watch for it this summer! 🙂

    • annepetzer February 26, 2013 at 8:28 pm #

      You are very welcome Dawn. 🙂

      On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 6:58 PM, Anne H Petzer

  2. Dawn Colclasure February 27, 2013 at 7:40 am #

    Hi! I am Jenny just using my mom’s account. :l
    Thank you for featuring me on your blog! :)!!!! (I already know that Mom said that but I feel the same way so might as well say.) Also is that really your pic? Because if so, I like your scarf, IT’S FASHIONABLE! X3

    • annepetzer February 27, 2013 at 8:01 am #

      Hi Jenny, you are very welcome :). Yes, that is a younger version of me, although I still have the scarf, It is one of favourites. Can’t wait for your next book you going with your mom. All the best and I wish you loads of sales!

  3. Sheila Deeth February 28, 2013 at 12:49 am #

    Lovely! No wonder you’re proud of her Dawn! Great job Jenny

  4. print flyers March 6, 2013 at 1:28 am #

    Thanks from Ballymoney 😉

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