The Guinea Pigs' Fall Storybook

The Guinea Pigs' Fall Storybook

by Melissa Taylor
     
 

The eight bumbling but loveable guinea pig friends are back in their second seasonal storybook! It's filled with ten stories accompanied by one-hundred black and white illustrations. Each one contains at least one flower to look for!

It's fall, and Violet's mother takes the young guinea pigs on a nature walk. Violet decides to guide the tour, leading to an

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Overview

The eight bumbling but loveable guinea pig friends are back in their second seasonal storybook! It's filled with ten stories accompanied by one-hundred black and white illustrations. Each one contains at least one flower to look for!

It's fall, and Violet's mother takes the young guinea pigs on a nature walk. Violet decides to guide the tour, leading to an interesting discovery when she gets to the cattails. And when Percival's father says he's making "mammoth alterations" to the guestroom, Percival's friends are excited to think that they might get to meet a real, live woolly mammoth. Aren't woolly mammoths extinct? Oh, yeah. But Percival's dad is a scientist!

Sweet and silly, these stories are great entertainment for the fall . . . or any time of year!

Book two in the series.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781477480670
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/19/2012
Pages:
220
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Melissa J. Taylor has had pet guinea pigs since the age of nine. Her first one was entered in a local any-pet-goes contest, and won an award for "most unusual name." (She had no idea that Violet Butterscotch meant "purple yellow!")

She first came up with the concept for the Guinea Pigs' Storybook series to help bring different ages together to read aloud. Although the books can also be read alone, there are various things people of all ages can enjoy, from hidden flowers to search for, to silly puns to laugh over together.

Five of the eight friends in the series are based on a few of the guinea pigs Melissa has owned . . . including purple yellow! Er, Violet Butterscotch.

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