Cougar Cub Tales: The Sneezy Wheezy Day

Cougar Cub Tales: The Sneezy Wheezy Day

by Sharon Cramer

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Overview

From the award-winning series, Cougar Cub Tales: The Sneezy Wheezy Day continues the adventures of the Cougar Cub Brother and Sister.
When one of the cubs becomes ill, and they decide to seek their well-intentioned friends for treatments and remedies for Brother Cougar’s ailment. One friend even tells the cub, “Tickle your nose with the tail of a goose and do it before the next blue moon rise!” Although the recommendations are sincere, the final remedy is a sibling’s love.
The rhyming verse is captivating, not just for the child, but for the adult reader, and it is illustrated in vivid watercolor.
A heartwarming story about negotiating childhood illness, The Sneezy Wheezy Day approaches this common childhood issue in a hilarious and lighthearted way. Make sure your child searches for the small, additional creature on each page!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940033185801
Publisher: Sharon Cramer
Publication date: 04/25/2012
Series: Cougar Cub Tales , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 9 MB
Age Range: 5 - 11 Years

About the Author

Sharon Cramer is an aspiring time-traveler, alien princess, and master painter of Halloween faces. In the meantime, she writes from a dank, dark cave, somewhere in Washington State. She is currently working on a Sci-Fi/fantasy series called THE CERULEAN STAR, and has a breakthrough, medieval paranormal novel series—The Wintergrave Chronicles—beloved by an amazingly loyal following. When not painting monsters and planning historical ruin and perfectly crushed hearts, Sharon can be found wandering the woods of Eastern Washington, talking to herself. Driven by sleeplessness and a seemingly endless draw to the keyboard (and the occasional extra strong coffee) she is inspired by unorthodox friends and extreme weather. Mother to three sons, a good horse, and an assortment of fish (most of which have names), she is married to a man who surely has won the Nobel Prize for Extreme Tolerance.

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