"A Pair of Pears" is a cute story that explains the difference between a PAIR and a PEAR, as explained by Maurice DeMouse's friends Stinky the Skunk and mouse friend Maureen. Come along on this Adventure with Maurice DeMouse, Maureen, Bobby the Bunny, Stinky the Skunk, Squeaky the Squirrel and Rosie Racoon.
Sixteen colorful pictures that help tell the story will entertain children and adults.
|Publisher:||Sharon E. Meyer|
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About the Author
Sharon (Daniell) Meyer was born and raised on Long Island, NY where she competed in State, Northeast Regional and National roller skate dance, and won 138 trophies, medals. In her early teen years, Sharon became the youngest dance skater to receive the prestigeous Gold Medal for proficiency in roller skate dancing.
After graduation from Sewanhaka High School, Sharon attended Brownes Business School, and pursued a career as a legal secretary.
In 1977 she moved to Waco, Texas where she raised her two sons and began a full-time career in residential real estate sales. In 1986 Sharon was voted "REALTOR of the Year" by Waco Board of REALTORS, and became President of the Waco Board of REALTORS in 1989.
In 1994 Sharon relocated to New York City and married Edward Meyer. Upon his retirement in 1998, Edward and Sharon moved to Austin, Texas where they still reside.
Sharon and her husband each have two children and together share nine grandchildren and several grand-dogs.
When a little mouse ran from a fireplace on a cold winter night, startling two of the author's young grandchildren, they asked her to tell them a bedtime story about the mouse that invaded their home. They were fascinated and wanted another story about the mouse... and another... and another. Thus came the creation of more than twenty-five stories entitled “The Adventures of Maurice DeMouse.”
When not writing stories for her grandchildren, Sharon enjoys spending time with her nine grandchildren that span from Texas to Pennsylvania, traveling with her husband, writing her memoirs, researching her family’s history, and gardening - when Texas weather permits.