Punkin’s biggest wish is to become the very best pumpkin on his hidden acre in the eastern orchard of Westorchid. With encouragement from his friends, Punkin is determined to be selected as the finest pumpkin at the Halloween Harvest Fair.
Magic is in the air, as the young pumpkin sits patiently in his beautiful patch, hoping to grow large enough to be selected for the fair. He hears the chirping sounds of birds and learns that their music helps him grow! Sparrow struggles to pronounce his name, calling him Punkin. He blinks in approval at the sound of his new name as other creatures from Westorchid approach him.
Wren, Hare, and Fawn discover Punkin’s wish, and with encouraging words from his friends, Punkin’s color turns orange and he grows into a very large round pumpkin, just in time for the harvest. But this is just the beginning of his adventure!
Christine Conrad Cazes lives and works in Thornwood, New York. She teaches remedial reading and writing as part of her public school’s Response to Intervention Program. Born in St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania, she received a BA in English literature from Gannon University, an MA in theater arts from Pennsylvania State University, and a MPS in reading and writing from Manhattanville College. Some of her poetry has been published, but this is her first children’s book.
Publisher’s website: http://sbprabooks.com/ChristineConradCazes