by Tom Blubaugh
Laughter is a wonderful gift. So wonderful that The Great Creator created special places on our bodies that make us laugh when touched. These spots are discovered shortly after birth. Long before a baby learns how to crawl or walk, she knows how to smile and laugh. It isn’t something that is taught—rather it is something that is discovered deep within. Somehow parents instinctively know how to reach these spots with strange faces, sounds, touch and words. This is a story about the creation of the phenomenon known as tickling that produces laughter.
Becky M on Amazon wrote:
Wonderful story! Bought it for my grandkids and we'll have hours and hours of fun with it. But mostly I love the story's message and hope to teach my grandkids how God provides for everything for them.
Belinda on Amazon wrote:
Great book! Great author!
Fun book about a funny subject. Kids will love the adorable graphics too! This book did not format well in my Kindle, but having a hard copy while tickling a kiddo seems like much more fun!
I have written non-fiction most of my adult life. Recently I wrote a historical fiction novel, Night of the Cossack, which was published by Bound by Faith Publishers. I am now writing a sequel. I am a retired but active senior and enjoy time with my wife, Barbara, and family (we have six children and fourteen grandchildren), writing, photography, Bocce Ball and horseshoes. I also like to travel, speak to students who wish to write and writing groups and clubs.