DLTK's Book Breaks
Artie Knapp Stories
American Writer Artie Knapp was born in Chillicothe, Ohio, in 1973. Knapp is a member of The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, and graduated from Ohio University. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with his wife, Priya. He has kindly provided a number of stories for me to share with you and I've added a few activities to compliment the stories.
A young bear's youthful rebellion leads to an unlikely friendship on the night before Christmas.
A little red fox shares his courage with his friends.
A girl, too old for trick or treating, discovers she can still have fun on Halloween night.
A girl and her dad find an injured fawn on a snowy winter day.
Thurman has had enough of the messes humans make and sets out to do something about it.
Two elephants work at a car wash while pursuing their dreams of becoming a chef and singer.
A former star thoroughbred race horse struggles with his racing days being over.
A little hummingbird wants gum and can blow big bubbles.
A little goat’s unwillingness to eat grass gets her accused of being lazy.
A story about individuality and a rooster's right to fall in love with whomever he chooses.
A baby turtle shells out a lot of courage in order to face his fear of thunderstorms.
What does old Mrs. Donnelly do when she discovers a skunk in her garden?
The answer might surprise you.
Oscar makes an unlikely friend and learns the value of friendship.
A wasp comes looking for a tasty dinner and finds a friend along the way.
Sometimes onions aren’t the only thing in the fridge that can make you cry.
As a flock of geese are about to migrate south for the winter, one of the flock’s members turns up missing.
Artie Knapp's unique story about a housecat in search of adventure gives a whimsical account of Thea the cat's day exploring New York City.
Poetry by Artie Knapp:
More books by Artie Knapp:
- Stuttering Stan Takes a Stand
- Yak's Corner: Children's Stories by Artie Knapp
- all Artie Knapp books available on Amazon.com
Other Artie Knapp Activities: