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A MouseKeeper Christmas - The Beginning Coloring Book

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A MouseKeeper Christmas – The Beginning Coloring Book

Author Jenny Deason Copeland

Illustrations by Ivan Marecic

A MouseKeeper Christmas – The Beginning

Copyright © 2015 by Jenny Deason Copeland

Printed in the United States of America.

Shakespir Edition, License Notes

Thank you for downloading this e-book. You are welcome to share it with your friends. This book may be reproduced, copied and distributed for non-commercial purposes, provided the book remains in its complete original form. If you enjoyed this book, please return to your favorite ebook retailer to discover other works by this author. Thank you for your support.

 

First Printing, 2015

Crazy Red Head Publishing
www.crazyredheadpublishing.com

Thanks to Ivan Marecic at Fiverr for the illustration work.

For more free stuff visit the web site www.crazyredheadpublishing.com often as we update our materials frequently.

If you liked this offering from Crazy Red Head Publishing check out our other works on Amazon both paperbacks and e-books. Find out the story behind the pictures.

For the 3-8 year olds we have a Santa story picture book called A MouseKeeper Christmas both as an e-book with fun interactive pop-ups on Amazon or A MouseKeeper Christmas paperback activity game book on Amazon. The link to both versions is here. A MouseKeeper Christmas on Amazon

And the companion A MouseKeeper Christmas coloring book is free on Shakespir and at the Crazy Red Head Publishing web site.

For the tween agers, ages 8-12, Crazy Red Head Publishing has a Christmas story chapter book, New Shoes for Elizabeth, set in the Depression era. Learn what it was like for one thirteen year old girl and her five brothers and pet lamb to weather the trials of Christmas 1939. The cover displayed above is for the second edition which has illustrations. The story was inspired by true events. Follow this link to the second edition Amazon paperback offering. New Shoes for Elizabeth 2nd edition paperback

And for the e-book version follow this link. New Shoes for Elizabeth 2nd edition e-book

The first edition has a different, less colorful cover. It is also a paperback. There is no e-book version for the first edition and it has no illustrations. It is by the same author, just a slightly different pen name, Jenny C. Deason. Follow this link to the first edition Amazon offering. New Shoes for Elizabeth 1st edition paperback

For more free stuff, like the companion coloring books for both A MouseKeeper Christmas and the second edition for New Shoes for Elizabeth, visit the web site www.crazyredheadpublishing.com often, as we update our materials frequently.

A MouseKeeper Christmas – The Beginning

Copyright © 2015 by Jenny Deason Copeland

Printed in the United States of America.

Shakespir Edition, License Notes

Thank you for downloading this e-book. You are welcome to share it with your friends. This book may be reproduced, copied and distributed for non-commercial purposes, provided the book remains in its complete original form. If you enjoyed this book, please return to your favorite ebook retailer to discover other works by this author. Thank you for your support.

 

First Printing, 2015

Crazy Red Head Publishing
www.crazyredheadpublishing.com

Thanks to Ivan Marecic at Fiverr for the illustration work.

For more free stuff visit the web site www.crazyredheadpublishing.com often as we update our materials frequently.


A MouseKeeper Christmas - The Beginning Coloring Book

This coloring book is a set of the picture book pictures from the paperback and e-book versions of A MouseKeeper Christmas. You can color these any way you wish. Look for the other versions of the book to learn the story behind the pictures. A little known fact about Santa's North Pole establishment, is that the elves have pet mice. This is a crucial bit of data for this story about a six year old heroine, Sara, who solved Santa’s toy production problems and saved Christmas. The pet mice were originally supposed to test the toys but now end up destroying way too many. And the Naughty Lists are drying up. Santa has a problem. The North Pole toy factory just can't produce enough toys unless something changes. Santa sends out a contest looking for solutions and Sara's idea wins. Now they struggle to implement the solution. How does Sara solve Santa's problems? With Data. The book demonstrates how data can be used to solve a problem. This book also teaches children how to be MouseKeepers of North Pole mice and provides a fun game to entertain the young ones between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Merry Christmas to all and to all a Mouse Night.

  • Author: Jenny Deason Copeland
  • Published: 2015-11-18 18:50:18
  • Words: 540
A MouseKeeper Christmas - The Beginning Coloring Book A MouseKeeper Christmas - The Beginning Coloring Book