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Kendall Daddo Writes Kids’ Stories on Lunch Napkins

Storyteller Kendall Daddo blogs children’s stories he writes and illustrates on lunch napkins.

Daddo began drawing on lunch napkins for his then three-year-old daughter. He explained in an email: “While she was in elementary school I wrote a story to her on her lunch napkin each day. Soon, all of her friends in her lunch group were gathering around to find out what was going to happen next in the story.”

The first set of napkins features a story called “Hedginald Q. Phitch – One Extraordinary Hedgehog.” The second story, which is still in the works, chronicles Hedgie‘s second adventure.

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