The Circle C Cover Kids

A couple of years ago, Mrs. M interviewed the children who modeled for the Circle C Stepping Stones. There were four in all, but only three agreed to the interview. Kevan declined.

  • Julie (age 9 at the time of most of the covers) portrays Andi Carter.
  • Ellie (age 11) is Sadie Hollister
  • Christian (age 7) is Henry Jackson from Big Top.
  • Kevan (age 13) portrays Cory (age 10). Kevan looked young so it worked out. We kept them sitting so the difference in height would not be so apparent.

In this short, five-minute interview in 2020, Ellie is 15, Julie 13, Christian 11. You can do the math to figure how old they are now. Enjoy! If you have questions, ask them in the comments and I’ll see if I can get the kids to go to this post and answer them.

Note: the last scene shows “Enter to Win One of These Books.” However, that is a leftover from 2020, when I ran a contest on a FB group. That is not valid for this post.

Circle C Cover Kids Interview November 2020

Published by Andi Carter

I'm the main character in the Circle C Adventures series. I live on a huge cattle ranch in 1880s California. These are my adventures.

22 thoughts on “The Circle C Cover Kids

  1. My family have a kitten that looks exactly like the one from andi far from home!! My three year old little sister named her cricket 🤣🤣🤣🤣😍😍

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  2. Wait a minute: is Ellie her full name, or is it short for something?
    I know Elliana R. who was in the Zoom Writers’ Workshop class for a bit. Is this her

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      1. Except I don’t think Ellie is on much cuz their internet time this summer is close to zero! She might get an Angus steer and do 4H. I hope so. Cuz then I’m going to grab Julie and dress her up to be with Mitchell’s Angus heifers! Maybe I’ll write a story. Julie is almost the same age as Andi in Courageous Love now so I’ll try. But she does not like livestock. Not even horses! Lol!

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      2. Oh my goodness, that’s ironic! 🤣
        We’ve kept in touch a bit during the school year. I got her to join my all-girls writing group. 🙂

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