Mrs. Huffman talks about the origin of the book Bee-Wigged!

20 Mar

I’m so impressed with all the educators right now who are working hard to reach and teach their students.

One of my very favorite educators is pre-school/kindergarten teacher Mrs. Huffman, who also happens to be one of my very best friends.

I hope you’ll enjoy listening to her talk about how the book Bee-Wigged came to be!

Please stay well!

2 Responses to “Mrs. Huffman talks about the origin of the book Bee-Wigged!”

  1. Kenneth A Jones March 20, 2020 at 6:55 pm #

    Thank you for sharing this. Three cheers for Mrs. Huffman!

    I will never forget when my daughter and I arrived at that super exciting climax of Bee-Wigged for the first time. We rolled around on the floor laughing and laughing. And then we read it again and again!

    • Kelli Huffman March 20, 2020 at 9:26 pm #

      When Cece presented the book to me that day in Charlottesville, I was totally surprised and overwhelmed to realize that the wig was “Wiglet” a fury guinea pig. I never saw it coming. The saddest part of this story is that my Nana had just passed away a week earlier at the age of 101 1/2! She was an amazing woman. I hadn’t told Cece, until that very moment. Nana would have LOVED this book!
      I am so happy to know that others love this book like I do. Hooray for Jerry Bee! Hooray for Wiglet!

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