JK Rowling Loved the Illustration of Pakistani Girl
So when 10-year-old Leila discovered that
the British writer was likewise welcoming fans to help show her new book, she
really wanted to get down to making something for The Ickabog.
While candidates from Pakistan weren't
qualified to contend, the mother-little girl team figured it is amusing to
simply put it up on Twitter, just to perceive what occurs.
last night, a close friend messaged me asking to retweet her tweet, where she’s
posted an illustration her 10-year-old made for a competition for J.K Rowling’s
new book #TheIckabog. It’s a competition but Pakistan doesn’t qualify for it.
She asked me to tag JKR," her mother's friend posted on their behalf.
Then she again tweeted; “So I made the case for little niece and tagged
JKR. I didn’t expect her to notice but a part of me knows that Twitter can
sometimes surprise you. so a little after midnight, I tweeted it and passed out after having planned to finish a half seen
Be that as it may, the morning overwhelmed
everybody, when the smash hit essayist answered to the tweet, and said that she
JK Rowling said in a tweet: “I LOVE this beautiful picture of the Dovetails'
house, Leila! You've put so much of the story into the illustration: it's
clearly a carpenter's house, with all those wooden accents, and I love the garden
and flowers (but the sign to the graveyard adds a sad note broken heart,)"