What is That Strange Noise? by Karen Carr and her granddaughter Piper Andersen is full of whimsy and fun!
This rollicking tale is based on a game Karen and Piper have played while riding in Grandma’s car. How many and what strange sorts of animals will Piper think of to “invite” into the backseat with her?
It’s clear this grandmother/granddaughter team have a strong and loving bond, which permeates every page. I love that the motorcycle is just one too many for the car!
Colourful and quirky illustrations by K. C. Snider endear the reader and listener, young and old. The vivid images and the pile of animals loaded into the car will surely inspire young imaginations—something I fully endorse and appreciate! Maybe you and your grandchild can come up with your own version of this car game played by grandmother and granddaughter, after reading this lovely book together.
I had such a fun weekend as an exhibitor at this year's Woofstock (vending as my Certified Canine and Feline Massage Therapy biz, Kuri K9 Massage)!
Check out my post on the Kuri K9 Massage website...
From the Mirror World Publishing site: Here it is, the long-awaited second installment in Sharon Ledwith’s teen psychic mystery series, Mysterious Tales from Fairy Falls. Lost and Found featured a protagonist with the ability to talk to animals and the local animal shelter in peril, now trouble has found its way to Fairy Falls once more, this time in the form of Hart Stewart – an illiterate young man with the ability to touch and object and know its past! READ MORE HERE!
You can also read about the latest in the Mysterious Tales from Fairy Fall series in Mirror World's e-newsletter.
I'm so grateful to announce that Merry Myrrh, the Christmas Bat has won a Winter 2019 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in the Children's Christmas Books category! BIG thanks to NABE!