Saturday, September 19, 2015
The Possible Police-US/CAN-Ends Oct. 4/15
This book gives hope to children to pursue their wildest dreams.
Wylde Scott has created a superbly illustrated and exquisitely written new children’s book. The Possible Police contains an incredibly positive message – that children truly are capable of anything, and nothing should ever stop them from imagining and pursuing their dreams.
An extremely spirited and likeable Peter Pan like character named Wylde Scott, must overcome the grip of “The Possible Police” – the doubters and naysayers of the world.
Facts, reasoning, and experience may have their role in the adult world, but Wylde wants to dream up a world of what hasn’t been and of what can be.
He sees the un-seeable, knows the unknowable and lets his dreams be his guide as he pursues the impossible.
“To overcome all of The Possible Police they will encounter, we must encourage and support our children to develop, explore, and enrich their imagination.”
The Possible Police
Illustrated by Hannah K. Shuping
32 Pages Hardcover dust jacket
The Possible Police has been turned into a ballet. The worldwide premier of Le Ballet Possible’, was performed by the wonderful young ballet dancers at the International Ballet Academy in Cary, NC on May 9th 2015.
About the Author:
Wylde Scott was born on a mountain top, somewhere between the beginning of time and the clock’s bell last night. His father was the stars and his mother the wind, they say he began with a mischievous grin.
He was raised by a band of gypsies who taught him to sing and laugh and play and dance and walk and skip on the palm of his hands.
He has lived and traveled all over all over the world, from Shanghai and Kalamazoo, to Bangkok and Timbuktu, and still has a house on the bright side of the moon.
He is a Sultan and Matador, and Knight through and through, but mostly he loves telling stories to wide eyed, big dreaming, belly giggling children like you.
He lives in Cary, NC.
About the Illustator:
Hannah K. Shuping is the amazing illustrator for The Possible Police. She has a degree in Fine Arts from East Carolina University.
She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with several cats.
One lucky person will win a copy of this very same book. Get your entries in and good luck to everyone.
Posted by Darlene Demell at 6:29 PM