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Book details
  • SubGenre:Animals / General
  • Age Range (years):6 - 8
  • Language:English
  • Pages:38
  • Paperback ISBN:9780578495774

Princess Nutterbutter Learns to Share

by Karen Nicksich

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Have you ever wondered what guinea pigs do when you are not at home? Join Princess Nutterbutter, S&P, Cocoa and Little One and learn the real meaning of Gorilla Warfare Guinea Pig Style. "Pricess Nutterbutter Learns to Share" is the true story ow what happened when William brings home a playmate for Princess Nutterbutter. It is not all fun and games. This book will teach young readers the importance of learning to share when friends drop by and coming together in the face of danger.
"Princess Nutterbutter Learns to Share" is based off real events. William Nicksich, Karen's son rescued Mrs. Nutterbutter when he was attending undergraduate school to become a social worker. He quickly discover how lonely Mrs. Nutterbutter was when he was not home. William liked to rescue guinea pigs that needed a new home. His small cage turned into a very large condo after rescuing Cocoa, S&P and Little One. William is now in graduate school. The guinea pigs help him relax after getting off of work. There is nothing cuter than listening to guinea pigs go "Wheek, wheek" when William comes home.
About the author
Karen Nicksich was a teacher for almost thirty-five years. She attended college at Adams State University in Colorado and has her Master's of Education and a Gifted and Talented endorsement. Karen grew up in Upstate, New York. Currently, Karen is living in Richland, Washington with her husband John, her son William, her daughter Rachel and their two dogs Maddie and Gus. During Karen's spare time she volunteers for Love on a Leash with Maddie, a certified therapy dog. Karen's favorite activity is watching the variety of birds that visit the bird feeder in her backyard. This is the seventh book Karen has written. Her other books include "Life Lessons of a Rescue Dog", "The Time of My life", "The Tales of Maddie", "The Magical Journey of Bob Crane", and "Leilani Keeps Hawaii Beautiful". In 2019 Karen won bronze medal for the Living Now award for "Earth Angels, a documentary about Specially-abled Children." She also came in second place in the 2019 Royal Dragonfly Book Award for "The Magical Journey of Bob Crane."