Natural flair for writing and storytelling
I first became acquainted with the writing of Irene Davidson‐Fisher in 2008, when she submitted a wonderful story about travelling the Yellowhead Highway in Western Canada to the publication which employs me, Our Canada magazine. We have published Irene’s work on a
number of occasions since then. It was evident from her initial submission that Irene has a natural flair for writing and storytelling. Having just read her very first children’s book, Robbie Raccoon and the Big Black Blob, I’m happy to report that Irene’s creative flair appears to have
developed into a full‐blown talent, complemented by a far‐reaching imagination that children—and the child in each and every one of us — can truly appreciate.