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Lizzie Lewis hates breakfast. She’d rather eat candy and other sweet treats. But then Mama brings home a new box of cereal for Lizzie to try—magic cereal. With one bite, she finds herself shrunk down to a few inches high and entering the world of Breakfastland, where mountains are made of marshmallows and palaces are made of pancakes. There she meets the Chookamooks, tiny mouse-like creatures that help make breakfasts for the whole world. Can the Chookamooks teach Lizzie that breakfast isn’t so bad? And can she help save Breakfastland from the evil Dr. Darktooth?
|Publisher:||Brandylane Publishers, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
"No parent, teacher - or anyone involved in a child's life - should ever underestimate the impact of even the smallest gesture of encouragement," he says.
Mr. Davis has been writing ever since. A 1996 graduate of Brigham Young University with a B.A. in journalism, he has been a newspaper reporter, recipient of several first place Virginia Press Association awards, and a school district public relations spokesperson.
Born in Cheyenne, Wyoming and raised on Air Force bases around the world, Mr. Davis now lives in Richmond, Virginia, with his wife, Anita; their Jack Russell-Chihuahua, Bunny; a cockatiel named Nina; a fish named Valentine - and more than 1,500 books he hopes someday to read.
Patricia H. W. "Heidi" Gibson spent her early years in Germany with her family. It was a magical time for her and the experience influenced her greatly. When she was a child, her parents nurtured her creative spirit in music and art.
Returning to Virginia, she graduated in 1980 from Colonial Heights High School. Later that year, she married her high school sweetheart, Don. In 1985 she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Ms. Gibson refused to let MS define her. She began her journey by staying positive and keeping humor strong in her heart. Art became her outlet. She earned a Certificate in Fine Art from John Tyler Community College in 1994 and began teaching art to adults and children.
In 1995, the John Randolph Medical Center in Hopewell, Virginia, commissioned her to do a painting of the historic Flowerdew Hundred Windmill, and later, of Shirley Plantation. In 1999, she was honored to create the drawings for A Chookamook Came Over for Breakfast in the Progress-Index newspaper ... when the world got its first look at a Chookamook.