The storyline is simple yet intriguing. It not only entertains readers but the narrative strikes them at various levels. It challenges and aspires to redefine beauty in a unique way. It makes readers think and teaches them to withhold their judgment. It also upholds the value of kindness and reiterates how things have value only when it brings happiness to others. These are integral lessons to impart to young readers. – The Moving Words Review
Dale’s most beloved late wife, Rhoda who is the inspiration for Rodo. She was a fine actress. In that memorable picture, she was in a costume for On Borrowed Time.
Dale’s beloved son, William with his son, Josiah
Here’s a recent interesting review from a 12 year old boy, Trey Henry: I really enjoyed this book! It was funny and had a happy ending. I would recommend this book to people of all ages. The funniest part was when the guy with a lisp was introduced!
That’s a photo of the inspirational little elf Leo, who was the Lord and Creator of the Leolian Elf Clan.
That’s a photo of my beloved daughter, JULIET (Joolie, the baker pirate in DONDOBEE). She did ballroom dancing.
Mr. Dale directed the successful play, RECKLESS which was held at Venture Theatre It’s a dark comedy by Craig Lucas, a multi-awarded American playwright and screenwriter.
In that picture, Mr. Dale played as a COALman, lending a helping hand during a delivery. This was from a production he was in with Mariette Hartley, the famous American Emmy Award winning actress.
Mariette Hartley performed SILVER BUCKLES ON HIS KNEES at UNLV’s Judy Bayley Theatre at that time. This is the article about the play which was written and directed by veteran great actor/director Don Taylor