Author Archives: thedunnes12@att.net

About thedunnes12@att.net

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne is an award-winning children's book author with 5 books published: Tails of Sweetbrier, Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes, and Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog. Tails of Sweetbrier has won such awards as: The Reader's Favorite silver medal, honorable mention in the Purple Dragonfly Award, and the silver medal in the Feathered Quill book awards. In addition Deanie has won an author award for all of her books, called "50 Great Books You Should Be Reading." All of Deanie's books are beautifully illustrated by her sister, Holly Humphrys-Bajaj. Each book conveys positive messages for children.

Unexpected: Sef Scott


Have you ever thought about the word “Unexpected?” If you’re a shy person, it might be unexpected for you to […]

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the right match: Aiden Horowitz


Have you ever tried to find exactly the right pet for your family? How do you know if it’s the […]

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Friendship: A special connection


Have you ever thought about how many special friendships you enjoy? Because it’s almost Father’s Day, we’ll talk about a […]

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Perseverance: Richard Jenkins beats the odds


If you love stories where the underdog beats huge odds, keep reading about the perseverance of Richard Jennings. He’s a […]

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Perseverance: Cynthia Pettway’s story


What if you were your grandma’s firstĀ  grandchild to graduate high school, but you were in the hospital on graduation […]

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Perseverance: Anaya Ellick


Do you admire children who show the effects of perseverance every day? I do. I love to see a child […]

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Groundbreaking: Cody Sullivan


Don’t you love when someone does something phenomenal, or groundbreaking? Sometimes they’re pioneers, because they’re the first to do it. […]

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Dreams: the story of John Cronin and his dad, Mark


We all have dreams. John Cronin graduated from high school in 2016 wondering what to do next. John has Down […]

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world record: Connection


When we lose someone close to us, we look for ways to save the connection with them, don’t we? Most […]

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Baseball: Luke Terry beat the odds


Do you love stories where the underdog beats the odds, or where someone overcomes a disability and astounds everyone? I […]

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