Robin Gregory’s Award Winning Novel –

robin GregoryAfter his second mother dies, eight year-old, disabled Moojie is sent to live at St. Isidore’s Fainting Goat Dairy, where he meets an outcast clan. Six years later, this forbidden friendship and subsequent events reveal an extraordinary boy’s tale of loss and connection, first love, and self-discovery.

Winner of international 2015 Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award, and current finalist in UK’s 2016 Wishing Shelf Book Award.



About the author Robin Gregory:

Robin GregoryROBIN GREGORY is a devoted wife and mother, who is a student of mystical teachings based on self-realization and healing. Born in Pensacola, Florida, she grew up in California, accompanied by seven siblings, and surrounded by horses, real cowboys, and the occasional rattlesnake. She has always been drawn to helping others, a trait that began, to her mother’s horror, with bringing home swallow chicks stricken from their nests. She has worked as a journalist, lay minister, and infant massage instructor for mothers and babies at risk. Her studies include Literature and Creative Writing at University of California, Santa Cruz and Stanford University’s Writer’s Workshop, and French at Monterey Institute of International Studies (Middlebury) and La Sorbonne. She lives with her husband and son in a Carmel cottage old enough to make you sneeze.

“The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman” her debut novel, won the international Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award (2015), and is a current finalist in the international Foreword Reviews Indiefab Best Book of the Year Award, and the UK’s Wishing Shelf Book Award (adult category). Professional memberships: NWA, IBPA, VFA, and SCBWI.

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