Bill Dougal writes books that engage children through original concepts, humor and fun graphics. The word choices create a rhythm, making them like songs. His cartoon style art illustrates with a friendly feeling. Visit Bill Dougal’s author page at Amazon to see all the books. Available in print or Kindle.
HAT FULL OF FUN
Cowboy Billy’s poems, stories and songs, illustrated with cartoon art and photos. The variety ranges from silly to serious. “I Can’t Stand to Sit” is a silly saddle poem. Kids will be educated in good moral behavior with, “Be Nice To Your Neighbor”. This book is written with syllables, rhythm and rhyme in mind, so the lines flow easily, like a song.
Laugh and Learn with these kid friendly rhyming stories, with lots of illustrations. Topics include household items personified, road safety, a ticklish tick, a clown, and procrastination
FROM THE HILLS TO THE MILLS
Stories of people who lived in the countryside, but moved to the towns for jobs in mill factories, during the industrial revolution. Good for kids.
Rhyming stories about old Willimantic, and the nation's largest textile mill at the turn of the century, American Thread. Water powered mills appeared in New England between 1860 and 1920. Rural ways were on their way out, as folks came from the hills to work in the mills. From the Hills to the Mills, Everybody Works at American Thread, W.E Barrows, Mill Manager Man, Windham Frog Wars, Mill-Maid Serenade, Trains, Charles Barrows, A Bright Idea, Teddy Toured the Town, Kelly, Millimantic, Willy For Me, Josephine Harmon, Jesse Greer, Windham History and Textile Museum, Willimantic Willies, Water Power.