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  • KittyGirl and Mr. Squirrel: Lost and Found Book 2

    Kitty Girl and Mr. Squirrel, Book Two – Lost and Found is the second tale in the saga of an adopted kitten who was rescued from a shelter. Both this book and its predecessor, Book One – Rescued and Homed, subtly teach the responsibilities of pet ownership and the value of friendship and family. Kitty is counseled and watched over by her favorite stuffed toy, Mr. Squirrel. In this story, Kitty feels the separation from Mr. Squirrel and finds the world difficult to navigate without him. Here’s the buzz: “The story draws a parallel of getting lost that any child can discern.” “Pet shelters and veterinarians will love this story that has a happy ending thanks to a microchip.” “Older kids will find it easy to read on their own and parents will choose it as a favorite read-to bedtime story.”

    About the Author:
    Resia Nank has always been a writer. In her 25-year career as a corporate journalist and communications professional, she wrote for various industries on multiple platforms. She holds a Masters degree from Johns Hopkins University and an undergraduate degree from Towson University. She’s a native of Maryland and has lived in and around Baltimore and the Chicago area, but spends as much time as possible, with kitty Violet, at her favorite home in Scottsdale, Arizona. www.resiamedia.com

    Illustrations by Dana Kelly
    Dana Kelly is an Arizona-based illustrator. She is working towards her bachelor’s degree in Media Arts and Animation at the Art Institute of Phoenix. Dana is also a background and layout artist in both 2D and 3D.

  • MacGonegal’s Zoo: Animalitos from A to Z

    About the Book
    Oaxacan woodcarvings collected by Susan Striker illustrate an alphabet of “animalitos” from A for Armadillo to Z for Zebra. These gaily colored, wildly imaginative and fanciful carvings from southern Mexico delight children as well as adults! author makes the original carvings available to museums and bookstores for exhibit.

    About the Author
    Susan Striker is the author of the best-selling Anti-Colorin Book® series with over one million books in print all over the world. Designed to stimulate creativity and encourage problem solving and critical thinking, the books help children draw their own pictures as well as their own conclusions about life. She also wrote Please Touch® (Simon & Schuster) which teaches parents and educators how to stimulate creativity through movement, music, art and play. Youn at Art® (Henry Holt) is a comprehensive text about the value and significance of early childhood art. That book clearly demonstrates the important link between early scribbles and later literacy. Named Outstanding Elementary Art Educator by_ the Connecticut Art Education Association tn 2008, Sue was recognized for significant contributions to the field of art education. The author taught elementary school art in Greenwich, Connecticut, where she was designated Distinguished Teacher. She has had a long, successful career teaching art to young children, has taught art education methodology to university students and developed art curricula. Susan’s Young at Art® curriculum for preschool and kindergarten was awarded Connectictut’s Celebration of Excellence for Creativity in the Classroom. She shares her innovative teaching ideas in workshops for parents and teachers in schools and universities all over the country.

  • Stories of Rami the Wolf (Coloring Book)

    The Stories of Rami the Wolf provides coloring fun as it reviews illustrations and comments from each of the three Rami the Wolf books. Imaginations are stirred as pictures are artistically colored and inventive stories of wolves, wildlife and conservation become topics of interest and conversation.




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As you’re familiar, during these extraordinary times, we’ve taken on significant volume and have had to extend our turnaround times on U.S. orders over the last two weeks. As we manage that previous volume and continually receive new orders, we must extend our turnaround times further. As a result, we’re required to further extend the turnaround times for U.S. print orders. We expect to be back to traditional operating turnaround times in a few weeks and appreciate your business and support during this challenging time.

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