by larry williams
(tamaqua pennsylvania )

Nicko is my little buddy. He's a spoiled brat- loves to get into trouble with his sidekick wizard he's insists on answering the door when the doorbell rings, so he can be the first to greet tbe visitor's to my home. All in all he's a big baby - to him there's nothing better than a warm blanket to curl up in on a cold winter night.

Leena's answer

He's so cute! And curious as a Korat should be - we don't have Korats, but two Abys and Rolli the Somali cat. They are also always at the door when the doorbell rings or when we open our front door from the outside. It really takes some careful maneuvering to go over and around the kitties without stumbling. They all wrap around our ankles like furry ropes, and want to greet us. Or whoever happens to walk trough the door. That means headbutts and meows, and hugging with tails.

And tell me about blankets, LOL :D Our Aby boy loves this one specific blanket. He kneads it with a totally blissful look on his face. The Aby girl, on the other hand, thinks nothing's better than curling under the blanket with a Purrson. Quite comfy on a cold winter's night for the Purrson also, the cats' body temperature being so high. The only problem is they are too nice and warm - I at least almost always fall asleep with a cat under the blanket.

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Leena's Books


This book travels with the King Tut - Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh exhibition on his world tour of ten cities from March 2018 onwards

Tutankhamun: In My Own Hieroglyphs tells the story, for older children, of the life and afterlife of the famous young pharaoh in his own words. Tutankhamun tells us about the trouble he got into as a child in Akhenaten's palace in the new city of Akhetaten, and how he became a boy pharaoh. As we learn, his life changed a lot when he died as a teenager, and long years of boredom started in his tomb with only his pet monkey Fingers and his treasure for company. He did meet some of the Egyptian gods, of course, and had fun scaring off tomb robbers, but it was mostly rather dull. Then one day, some new and strange people, including a Mr. Howard Carter, arrived and began to take all the treasures out of his royal tomb. Fortunately, through the eyes of his beautiful golden mask, Tutankhamun, could have fun again traveling around the world

Mr Mummific

An ancient friend of mine, Mr Mummific dictated a book about how he became a mummy - and I was his scribe and artist. The book is available at and

On my other website he continues his stories about life in ancient Egypt.

Another hilarious adventure for children with Mr Mummific, the mummy with attitude. He now tells the story of his mishaps, misunderstandings and misadventures as he leaves his tomb through the False Door to embark on the complicated and dangerous journey to the Afterlife aboard the magnificent Ship of Millions. 

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The Nephilim Quest Series

The first book in an epic fantasy series based on human mythology. The search for the mythical Watchers, the angels who fathered the Nephilim, the half-angels. A story that moves on three levels - our times, ancient Greece and ancient Egypt. 

Preview Nephlim Quest 1: Shadowhunter online


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If you are looking for demanding coloring, check:

Online Coloring Books Magazine - No.1

It shows you step by step how to color this pretty Abyssinian cat with flowers. Each page has a color sample, and all the techniques are explained.