Little Red: and His Friends in The Yard Adventure Book is Released
Meet Little Red, a squirrel of the "little red" species and the smallest of the squirrel family. Despite his tiny size, nothing seems to stop Little Red-not heights, larger animals, extreme cold or even heat! Follow this feisty little fellow on his many exciting adventures in Little Red: and His Friends in The Yard, a delightful book written by Norma Doremire.
All Little Red wanted was to taste the yummy berries next door. But after exploring one house after another, he finds himself lost. He looks for his family and his nest. However, he could no longer find his way back and that's when he arrives in The Yard. Follow his fascinating adventures as Little Red makes a new home and meets and interacts with all the Friends in the yard, especially Grey Squirrel, Woodchuck, The Doves, Blue Jays, Little Lady, and, even the evil Weasel!
A delightful tale for children and adults alike, Little Red is a sensitive portrayal of life's cycle as it comes full circle through Little Red's eyes. Experience being lost, growing up, having fun and friendships. Learn about "hibernation", "Groundhog Day", and much more! A heartwarming story filled with wonderful insights, readers will learn much about love and friendship from Little Red: and His Friends in The Yard.
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About the Author
Norma Doremire is retired from teaching high school English and Speech, and counseling. Living in Lafayette, Indiana, she and husband John have become avid fans of Purdue Boilermaker basketball. She enjoys activities with church, family and friends, and hobbies such as reading, cooking, landscaping, and playing games bridge and uchre.
Little Red * by Norma Doremire
and His Friends in The Yard
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 67 pages; 978-1-4363-9761-2
Cloth Hardback; $24.99; 67 pages; 978-1-4363-9762-9
EBook; $9.99; 978-1-4771-6663-5
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