Spotlighting Quincey’s Questions


It’s a slightly different ‘staying in’ today to spotlight a new publisher and book from Editing Mee.

Staying in with Editing Mee

Welcome to Linda’s Book Bag. Thank you for agreeing to stay in with me.

Tell me, which of your books have you brought along to share this evening and why have you chosen it?


I’ve brought Quincey’s Questions because it’s a new project.

What can we expect from an evening in with Quincey’s Questions?

Children will learn how to accept themselves and each other with the help of a puppy French bulldog. We go through the adventures of Quincey, who loves to explore the world.

That sounds like a good idea.

What else have you brought along and why?


Puppy food! And your favorite puppy pal. They’ll love to eat with you!

Quincey’s Questions


A delightful children’s book that explores how it’s okay to be different through the eyes of an adorable French bulldog.

Quincey’s Questions is available for purchase here.

About the Publisher

editing mee

Editing Mee is the brain-child of editor and writer Elizabeth Suggs. Her mission is to help writers when it comes to publishing and editing. When Elizabeth approached David, she never expected such an amazing experience. She’s excited to see what will happen with this book and future books in this series.

You can follow Editing Mee on Facebook and Twitter @EditingMee and can visit the website for further information

About David Pardew

David Pardew is a father of three, and often finds himself answering a lot of “What’s that?” questions. To help him and his kids understand the world, he created Quincey’s Questions.

About Jackie Prows

Jackie Prows is a dog lover and freelance illustrator, who discovered a love of drawing at a young age while watching Disney movies and superhero cartoons. She lives in Utah, where she currently doesn’t have any doggy companions but sometimes draws while daydreaming about adopting.

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