Book Club Mom’s Author Update: News from Robbie and Michael Cheadle

Michael and I are over at Book Club Moms blog with a post about Haunted Halloween Holiday. We have featured our character, Jack Frost. Barbara shares lots of interesting titbits about books and excellent reviews of books. She also has a great YouTube Channel where she shares interactive and chatty videos.

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Hi Everyone, I recently caught up with children’s author Robbie and her son, Michael. Today they are sharing their new book with you!

Author names: Robbie and Michael Cheadle

Genre: Children

Book: Haunted Halloween Holiday

News: Robbie Cheadle and her son, Michael, are thrilled to announce that their new book, Haunted Halloween Holiday, is available from TSL Publications and This entertaining story is aimed at children aged 5 to 9 years old and is beautifully illustrated with Robbie’s fondant and cake art illustrations.

Count Sugular and his family are invited to a party at the Haunted House in Ghost Valley. He and his wife, Witch Honey, decide to hire a gingerbread caravan and enjoy a weekend away. Their young son, Baby Howler, the only male banshee in their extended family, has been keeping them busy with his noisy wailing. A night of sunbathing on…

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33 thoughts on “Book Club Mom’s Author Update: News from Robbie and Michael Cheadle

  1. Compliments on your children’s books Robbie. I will have to wait a bit for my grandkids. I’m already busy teaching them French (They’re mostly Spanish speakers). Once their French is stabilised i’ll start with English…
    keep writing.

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      1. We’re fortunate to have great kids and grandkids. My grandmother was born in India. Spoke French, English and Hindustani. My Parents spoke fluent Urdu. (I forgot). And I know some grandparents in SA who teach Afrikans to their grandkids. Languages are treasures.

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      2. My family also speak Afrikaans and a little Zulu. Language is a wonderful gift and the more you know, the easier it is to communicate with others. Communication is, of course, the key to understanding and co-operation.

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      3. Agree totally. I always make a point to learn even a few words when I travel to some place new. (I still speak a little Swahili. LOL. My cousin John who lives in Cape Town speaks fluent Swahili since he was born in Nairobi.)
        Tot ziens Robbie. 😉

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