Author Guest: Paul R. Hewlett

 

Lionel is a character to love!

Hi everyone!  I hope your Fourth was great!                                                                                                                          Paul Hewitt and son

I am happy to introduce Paul R. Hewlett.  I thought it fitting for Paul to be my guest today.  He is an Air Force vet.  Thank you so much, Paul, for your service, and for keeping us safe and free.

Paul has written a series for children called Lionel’s Grand Adventure.  A young boy named Lionel is the main character in the stories.  Lionel will steal your heart as he has mine.

All of Paul’s books are written for children.  His aim is to write books that are constructive for them.  He wants it to be a book that encourages the child to read, even if reading is not their thing.

I have to add that this is a wonderful collection of books for parents to have in the home. Grandparents, you can have the books on standby for those weekends or holidays you have the grandchildren.  I recommend these for classroom teachers and in early childhood settings as well.

Paul lives in the mid-west with his wife and a “senior” dog he rescued from a shelter.  He’s a salesman during the day and a writer at night.  At least he is when not helping raise his adorable and handsome grandson!

Read on and see what Paul has Lionel up to!

 

About Lionel’s Grand Adventure 

The Golden Rule

Meet Lionel, a lovable bully-magnet, as he arrives in Larrystown and discovers a magical Three-Toed-Potbellied Walbaun foot. Follow Lionel’s fun misadventures as he uses the foot’s faulty protective power and learns a valuable lesson about helping others. Lionel and the Golden Rule is the first book in the Lionel’s Grand Adventure series, perfect for young and even  reluctant readers at home or in school.

 

Turns the Other Cheek

Lionel’s back and his Magical Three-Toed-Potbellied Walbaun Foot is up to its old tricks. Lionel heads off to summer camp and has to room with the meanest, biggest bully there. Young Readers will love Lionel and the lesson he learns this time.

Lionel Turns the Other Cheek is the second book in the Lionel’s Grand Adventure series, great for getting kids to read at home and  for families to read aloud

 

True Meaning of Christmas

Have you ever wanted something you couldn’t have? Lionel desperately wants a new sled and he will do almost anything to get it. This fun Christmas story follows Lionel from Larrystown to the North Pole. Filled with great Christmas imagery, this book is perfect for young readers and school or family story time. This holiday season, be careful what you wish for, you never know what might happen!

 

PAUL R. HEWLETT

In addition to writing the Lionel’s Grand Adventure books, Paul co-authors a middle grade/young adult blog called Sher A. Hart: My Written Art.

 

Here is a link to my blog: http://sherahart.blogspot.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lionels-Grand-Adventure/351949984835429

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Paul-R.-Hewlett/e/B0077S3988/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0

My books are available for purchase on Amazon as e-books, and Lionel’s Christmas Adventure is available as a paperback on Amazon as well as signed copies on my blog.

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Thank you for being on my blog and sharing your stories!

Sara   🙂

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About sarastinson

Sara is the youngest child of three children. She grew up in a small town in Elba, Alabama. She grew up reading “The Nancy Drew” series. She also enjoyed reading over and over the “13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey” by Kathryn Tucker Windham and Margaret Gillis Figh. After retiring from teaching, her own children encouraged her to start writing. “Finger Bones” (Volume 1 and 2) was written. She is writing the third volume now. She has also written a Young Adult book called Night Owl. It's Book One from the Hally Witch Series and will be published in October 2015. She is currently working on another Young Adult book called Jordan - Circle of Fire. Her goal is to have it out by December 2015. Sara continues to substitute at nearby schools. She enjoys sharing her characters with her students. They have become her cheering squad along with her family.
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19 Responses to Author Guest: Paul R. Hewlett

  1. sharonledwith says:

    Hey, Paul, wishing you all the best with your children’s series! Great post, Sara! Shared and tweeted for you both! Happy reading!

  2. Thanks so much for having me on your blog Sara! I really love your blog and appreciate it! I hope you had a happy 4th.

    Paul

  3. I have read all of Paul’s Lionel’s Adventure books and thought they were all great! As a teacher, I love the messages in each of his stories. . I also think Lionel is a great character, someone each of us can relate to. I am looking forward to Lionel’s next adventure!

  4. Jane Carroll says:

    Great interview. Love me some Lionel!

  5. Paul Rega says:

    Terrific interview Paul! Love all your books—lots of feeling built into them!

  6. Great post and picture! I love your books Paul. Please keep writing

  7. Dawn Torrens says:

    Fabulous post loved it 🙂

  8. sarastinson says:

    Thanks for stopping by and visiting, Dawn!

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