As a small Jewish boy B.G. learned to love two things – fairy tales and chihuahuas.
After being saved from being killed along with his parents and sister by the Sisters of the Precious Blood, he was brought to the United States and adopted by the Jewish family.
His parents and grandparents often read stories to him to help him learn English and to stimulate his imagination.
As a result of the horrifying experience of seeing his folks killed by Nazi soldiers, he suffered emotional problems. Other kids didn’t know what to think about him when he had seizures. He found great comfort in the companionship of small dogs.
B.G. has written many books about the emotions of common folk. By the way he never learned his real name. That along with his parents was lost in the mass execution of Jewish folk.
He decided to write this book for children because it reflects his love for fairy tales and Chihuahuas.
If you wish to learn more about the author, go to his website – www.bgwebbfolkpoetry.com.