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Two books plus one as a gift

By Erika M. Szabo

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Ended 03/13/2017

"Children love to listen to stories as much as they love to tell them."

— Erika M. Szabo and
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When you purchase two children's books in my BOOKSTORE I will send you my new coloring book as a gift.   MY BOOK, MY STORIES Children love to listen to stories as much as they love to tell them. My newly published coloring book encourages children to use their imagination and write their own stories while they’re coloring the pictures. The idea of this book originated from watching my daughter when she was little. She loved to draw and color and she made up quite interesting tales about the bunnies, kittens, and princesses in the pictures. When the children finish coloring the pictures and writing their stories, the book will become a precious keepsake for parents.   About my children's books: BOBBY BOOK'S BEDTIME STORIES Find in other bookstores: Bobby Book tells three stories about a basketful of kittens saved by BFFs from drowning, a pesky parrot that speak Spanish, and a little girl who learns sign language to communicate with her grandmother who lost her hearing.    WHO STOLE TERRY'S MUSIC BOX Find in other bookstores: Terry is sad because she can’t find her precious music box that was a gift from her Grandmother. With the help of her dog, Pansy, and the wise hedgehog, Oliver, they cross the portal to the magical world and Pansy leads them to Wolfgang’s cave. Terry finds out why she has the ability to talk to animals and why the good witch enchanted her music box so long ago.   A BASKETFUL OF KITTENS Find in other bookstores: When Bianca, Daniel, and Peanut, the St. Bernard, are confronted by Mark and his cronies, the BFFs stand up to the brute bullies with the help of Peanut. Their adventure continues when they see a woman throwing four tiny, meowing kittens into the river. Can the BFFs save them? Find out what happens to the kittens.   PICO, THE PESKY PARROT Find in other stores: Sarah, Emma's mom, promised to bird-sit Pico for two weeks but soon regrets her decision because the noisy parrot keeps screeching and squawking all day, annoying her family and the neighbors. When Pico makes a mess of Emma's room, Emma gets very angry, but her friends help her. Charlotte notices that Pico seems sad, and Pedro finds out why Pico is shrieking so loudly all the time. The parrot is frustrated because nobody pays attention to him, and nobody understands what he wants.   LOOK I CAN TALK WITH MY FINGERS Find in other stores: When Grandma Rosa lost her hearing, Sandra's parents became frustrated and sad. They didn't know what to do and how to learn to communicate with Grandma Rosa. Sandra found the way, she taught her family to use sign language. When she meets a lonely deaf boy, Thomas, Sandra invites him to play and teaches her friends how to talk to Thomas with their fingers.   TERRY AND THE NUMBER FAIRY Find in other stores: Terry is struggling to learn numbers. Pansy, Terry’s dog, and Pansy’s best friend, Oliver, the hedgehog, want to help but they don’t know how. When Terry wakes up in the morning, she tells her mother that the fairy showed her the numbers in her dream.   METOO, THE ANNOYING LITTLE SISTER Find in other stores: Penny always wants to do what her big brother does. She imitates his every move and constantly tweets, “Me, too.” Spike is angry at his sister and threatens to name her Metoo, but when the two young chickens face danger, Spike realizes how important family is and happy to have a sometimes annoying, but loving and brave little sister.  

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Created on 2023-02-13 04:53:08