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New Picture Book Reinvents Classic Mother Goose Stories

New Picture Book Reinvents Classic Mother Goose Stories

Throughout the years the fairytales and nursery rhymes of Mother Goose have entertained children all over the world. In many ways the stories have become synonymous with childlike sense of wonder and enjoyment. In "KitKat's Incredible Journey to Mother Gooseland" author Robert Leister has created a wonderful picture book by using the much beloved characters of the classics.

"KitKat's Incredible Journey to Mother Gooseland" is a beautifully written and illustrated recreation of the Mother Goose fairy tales. The story follows a young girl named KitKat who after reading of Humpty Dumpty being broken, wishes upon a star to make him whole again. To her surprise a fairy answers her wish and she is invited by the legendary Mother Goose herself to come to Mother Gooseland. Soon she is whisked off on an exciting adventure filled with fun and wonder.

This engrossing picture book is filled with clever rhymes and beautiful illustrations that capture a child's sense of wonder. "KitKat's Incredible Journey to Mother Gooseland" does honor to the classics.

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About the Author
Robert Leister is a native of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He has traveled extensively during his twenty-three years in the United States Air Force. He now resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In his book, "The Tale of KitKat and her Incredible Journey to Mother Gooseland," Leister has cleverly interwoven dozens of timeless Mother Gooseland characters into a story that captures the child in every one. Children will love reading this story about a little girl who dreamed the impossible dream.

Kitkat's Incredible Journey to Mother Gooseland* by Robert Leister
Publication Date: January 13, 2014
Picture Book; $41.99; 76 pages; 978-1-4931-5250-6
Picture Book Hardcover; $51.99; 76 pages; 978-1-4931-5251-3
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-5252-0

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