Character Interview: I May Fly by Brandon Baxter

This week’s Character Interview is from the Children’s Book I May Fly by Brandon Baxter. It was published by Sealofters Press and is currently only available as a Paperback (ISBN-13: 978-0996878227, 04.22.19) and an eBook (Amazon ASIN: B07QVPLY91, 04.22.19). I May Fly by Brandon Baxter is aimed at children aged 0 – 8 years old and contains no adult themes.

book cover from the Children's Book I May Fly by Brandon Baxter

 

Synopsis of I May Fly by Brandon Baxter

Written to inspire patience and determination in young children, May Fly encourages her little wings to carry her along life’s exciting tours and tasks. “I May Fly” is the perfect book for moms and dads to read to their little one(s), encouraging confidence and personal growth. Young readers will appreciate May Fly and her plucky personality, helping children to understand what it means to persevere.

 

Name of character to be interviewed:

May Fly

Why was this character chosen for this interview?

May Fly is the lead character in this short story, and she begins by believing that her wings are too small to allow her to accomplish all that she wishes. She soon finds that being patient and allowing her wings to grow in their own time will only help her to achieve her dreams.

Question 1: Tell us about yourself, May.

Answer: I’m May Fly. I’m a mayfly named May, and I dream of flying through the sky someday.

Question 2: Why do you wish to fly?

Answer: I want to be where mayflies go. Up, up and soaring away. Swooping through the sky to frolic and play.

Question 3: What is it you think you’ll find?

Answer: I hope to find adventure and fun. There are millions of us, I’m not the only one. But we’re all unique, in our own little way, and that’s what makes me enjoy each day.

Question 4: What’s different today, that may not have been yesterday?

Answer: My wings started small, but then they grew. In fact, we all start out little and this includes YOU.

Question 5: What advice do you have for your friends?

Answer: Hang in there and don’t fret, you will fly too, even if not yet. Patience is key and, knowing you’re growing, should be just enough to keep your smile showing.

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This post was submitted by Brandon Baxter

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