From the back cover --
Jack and Jill went up a hill,
he said to fetch some water.
But a kiss is what he wished for from the
lovely blacksmith's daughter.
Have you ever wondered what happened
after Jack and Jill went up the hill, Jack fell down and broke his
crown, and Jill came tumbling after?
The Unsung Ballad of Jack and Jill
tells the rest of the tale. It is an untold story about the afterlife,
heroic deeds, and the magic of love. When young lovers Jack and Jill
become separated, they must make great sacrifices and face terrible
challenges on the road to find each other. To be together once more,
they must use the power of love to break the very wall which separates
good and evil.
About the Author and
Lawrence is a writer, information technology developer, and
enthusiast of science and nature. Originally from California, where he
worked for two decades in the publishing industry for The Los Angeles
Times and La Opinión, he later moved to Colorado where he lived and
worked on a small horse ranch and owned and operated a restaurant high
in the Rocky Mountains. He’s currently living and working in beautiful
Krebs is a is a multimedia artist who grew up in Buenos Aires,
Argentina. In 2001 she moved to Los Angeles, California, where she’s
worked as a full-time visual artist and musician. Her works have been
exhibited in galleries and cultural centers, and featured in books, CD
covers, educational publications, and award winning children’s picture
books. In addition, she’s a puppet maker, production designer,
singer-songwriter, and records Spanish voiceovers for major movies. Her
published works have received special recognition from the Department of
Cultural Affairs of Los Angeles and IBBY (International Board on Books
for Young People). To learn more about her, visit