National Tell A Story Day #doodlewashaday

April 27th  Today is National Tell A Story Day.  I could have chosen several other options among them Prime Rib Day.  Because I am not much of a story teller I thought I would bring your attention to reading a story instead.  If you read a book aloud doesn’t it then become telling a story?  I think so.   Therefore I have doodlewashed  the possible jacket cover for a book that was a particular childhood favourite of mine, “The Secret Garden”.  Which knowing my parents was read aloud to me as a child, ergo telling a story.  I later read “The Secret Garden” several more times myself.  Anyway I do hope you get to tell a story today.  Tell one to a child.  Believe me they will remember it.

#doodlewashaday  presented to you by Susan Feniak  Holbein Artists’ Water Color on Opus Essentials Sketchbook

Thanks to Charlie O’Shields at doodlewash.wordpress.com  I have a goodly collection of doodlewashes or #doodlewashaday filling my Opus Sketchbook.  Please do visit him.  I am sure you will be inspired to fill your sketchbook.

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13 Comments on “National Tell A Story Day #doodlewashaday”

  1. memadtwo says:

    Isn’t reading aloud the best? I miss having children around to read to! I think I read this one to my oldest, and I know she re-read it herself as well. Good choice! (K)

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  2. Jodi says:

    sweet and beautiful 🙂

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  3. This is fabulous!! 😍😍What a wonderful cover for that book! Love it Susan!! And seriously…prime rib was never really an option (though I did kind of consider it! Lol)

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  4. I loved that book as a child too – your cover of it is so much nice than the book I had!

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  5. It’s a wonderful book and so is your painting of it!

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  6. Jill Kuhn says:

    I love your book cover, Susan! 💕😄💐 Looks like we were both thinking gardens today! 🌺🌸 Enjoyed hearing about your childhood memories on this book. My favorite was Charlotte’s Web as a child which my mom read to me. 😊

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