2017 Author Advent Calendar
Author Advent Calendar

Children’s Authors Advent Calendar

Welcome to our Children’s Authors Advent Calendar for 2017. This is where we showcase some of the best children’s books available. 

When thinking about purchasing gifts for your grandchildren, books are one of the best presents you can buy.

Why? Books last a lifetime, don’t run out of batteries and you can create some very special memories sharing and re-sharing books throughout the year.

So, read on and find out more about today’s fabulous author.

And don’t forget to check all of our wonderful authors and support their fantastic work! There will be a new author each day.

Pegperson Pat by John Fredericks
Pegperson Pat by John Fredericks

Pegperson Pat by John Fredericks

PEGPERSON PAT is a children’s book about a little toy who desperately wants to fit in with the new superhero toys who now live at his house. He likes the simple things in life (cookouts, mowing the lawn, relaxing in his A-Frame) and can’t quite follow their complicated superhero games.

Will he be able to fit in with these new “super-neighbors?”

PEGPERSON PAT is a book about fitting in without losing what is special about each of us in the process. The illustrations tell the story in a bright and cheery way. They’re simple enough for children to draw their own versions of the characters.

Parents will remember their own beloved toys from childhood while reading, and may even get a laugh or two out of the story.

PEGPERSON PAT is written and illustrated by John Fredericks, who is also the illustrator of PRINCIPAL SAM AND THE CALENDAR CONFUSION and PRINCIPAL SAM GETS FIT (also available on Amazon).

John lives and works in Pennsylvania. You can following him on Instagram and Twitter @sketchingjohn. Send him your sketches of the characters and he’ll be happy to post them.

 

Pegperson Pat (Kindle Edition)


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Pegperson Pat by John Fredericks

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