This is the tale of Doodeedoo
Who was made of socks and superglue
By a little mouse with tiny paws,
Red painted lips, and well-trimmed claws.
She’d read a book called Frankenstein
But never passed page 109,
And as she said, “I’ll have a go!”
The mouse picked up some thread to sew.
Now if you’d read old Frankie’s tale
It would make your face go rather pale
For in it he’s not nice at all,
He likes to hurt and fight and maul
As he was made of evil stuff,
Of bits of dirt and all things rough.
How was the little mouse to know
As Doodeedoo began to grow?
Bio: Tony and Sammy Gilbert have been together for nearly a decade and married for just over half of that. They have four children, Tony having brought twins from a previous marriage.
They do everything together yet this is the first time they have combined their talents – Tony’s writing and Sammy’s art – but hopefully not the last.
Visit Tony Gilbert’s Amazon page to check out his other work while you wait for this to be published on June 27th: http://www.amazon.com/Tony-Gilbert/e/B00BF0SAG0