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Bobby Lee may live in a quiet, little town, but when it comes to adventure, there's no stopping his ...
Bobby Lee may live in a quiet, little town, but when it comes to adventure, there's no stopping his strong spirit. Although only a young boy, he bravely volunteers to journey through the kudzu-covered forest to find Kudzu Katie, the only one who can save the town from the frightening vine. Kudzu Katie's insight into the possibilities of the sprawling green plant shows the citizens of Red Mud Flats that their kudzu is really a blessing in disguise.
An award-winning technical and freelance creative writer by profession, Jennifer Holloway Lambe is an active member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. As a wife and mother living in Nashville, Tennessee, Lambe still finds time to "voraciously" devour books from the local library or one of the three book clubs to which she belongs. When she was a child, her mother regularly took her to the library to get books, which they read together at home. This is why she believes she has always loved to read and, ultimately, why she became a writer.
Alison Davis Lyne is a freelance illustrator who lives and works on a small farm in south-central Kentucky. She also is the illustrator of Evangeline for Children and Easter Day Alphabet, both published by Pelican. To see more of her work, please visit her Web site at www.lyneart.com.
When rampant kudzu vines threaten the sleepy town of Red Mud Flats, one brave soul ventures into the vines in search of Kudzu Katie, who helps the townspeople find a way to turn the problem into an asset.