Emma’s First Book

There’s a long tradition of book-writing in the Northcutt household. I started it in first grade with The Adventures of Spiderman and Bubblegum Man, a lengthy tome of 5 or 6 pages. Many years later I penned the masterpiece Return of The Jedi Trivia, filled with 8 or so deep questions that only an elementary school Jedi could answer.

You can imagine my excitement, then, when Emma put pen marker to paper and Me and Henry was the result. Over three illustrated pages (that’s four pages, for those who might not have encountered such marketing-speak before) she told the story of a beautiful princess, Emma, and a happy prince, Henry.




I won’t give away the ending but, suffice it to say that Queen Marla makes a surprise entrance and closes out the story in rousing fashion.

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