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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Animals / Squirrels
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Earl The Squirrel Series
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:30
  • eBook ISBN:9780976172116

Earl The Squirrel Visits His City Cousin Sid

by Janice M. Brown

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Overview
This is the story of my hero, Earl the Squirrel, from my first book. Earl lives in the forest and decides to go visit his cousin Sid, who used to live down in Battery Park in New York, until the tragic events of 9/11. The story revolves around Earl's trip, along with his friend Ollie Owl and the different animals they meet along the way to finding Sid Squirrel and Grandma Pearl Squirrel who moved Uptown to Harlem after the Towers came down. They all learn a valuable lesson at the end when they finally join Earl's Squirrel family relatives. It's all fun and exciting, as well as loving and sensative at the end.
Description
This is the story of my hero, Earl the Squirrel, from my first book. Earl lives in the forest and decides to go visit his cousin Sid, who used to live down in Battery Park in New York, until the tragic events of 9/11. The story revolves around Earl's trip, along with his friend Ollie Owl and the different animals they meet along the way to finding Sid Squirrel and Grandma Pearl Squirrel, who moved Uptown to Harlem, after the Towers came down. Earl rides on the back of Ollie Owl, across the Hudson River and land down in Battery Park. They get directions from various characters, along the way, until they finally find Sid Squirrel. They learn that Sid's parents were lost on that terrible day. They all learn a valuable lesson at the end when they finally join Earl's Squirrel family relatives. It's all fun and exciting, as well as loving and sensative at the end.
About the author
Although she has just completed her third book, this author/illustrator insists that she has just begun. Janice is a Grand Valley State Univsity Grad who’s earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. She is a professional in the field of photography. Passionate about the arts, Janice is a formally trained musician and plays several musical instruments, including piano, clarinet, saxophone and drums. In addition to a number of CDs that Janice has produced recorded and performed, Janice created and is the CEO of her own publishing company named ShadeTree Publishing from, which Big Lil’ Books has become a booming business for children’s books and educational programs, toys games and other merchandise. Janice has spent most of her life recording images by the way of art illustration, photography, music and writing. Being born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan has given Janice an interesting perspective on growing up Black in America. Through her music, one can hear how one person's life experience can speak to and relate to so many others who share similar challenges. “Music is probably the purest form of expression because music can be felt without ever uttering a single word—as in Classical music. That’s powerful stuff”, Janice says. There is no denying that one voice can either unite or divide, the choice is up to every individual. You have to speak up. Freedom of speech is what being American is all about. Thanks to every American hero who has given, or is giving his or her life, so that we can live ours! God Bless America!
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