Winslow Learns A Lesson

Winslow Learns A Lesson

by Renee Barnes


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Again, something is up in the Evergreen Wood. Kopan has ask Katrinka to join him in a picnic. Katrinka declines as she remembers Winslow is coming and would not be able to find her. Kopan says they can leave a note that winslow cannot miss and he will then join them.

Katrinka thinks that is a wonderful idea and happily goes off with Kopan. However, Mr. Feathergray, the pesky blue jay sees what is happening and takes the note away leaving nothing for Winslow.

Along the way, they meet Spike the turtle, Ms. Emily the duck and her three ducklings plus, Montebello and Kanatipillar. Merrily, they all join in for the picnic hoping that Winslow will be along soon.

In the meantime, Winslow, worried about Katrinka is frantically flying all over the forest in search of her. When he sees them at the old mill pond, he jumps to conclusions and starts spouting accusations at everyone.

When he finds he is mistaken he is so embarrassed and remorseful that he just turns and flies away.

Katrinka realizes there is more to this and implores Kopan to bring Winslow back so they can unravel the mystery behind the missing note....

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460296653
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 12/14/2016
Series: Tales from the Evergreen Wood , #3
Pages: 68
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.18(d)

About the Author

To some, creating is as natural as breathing and that seems to fit the description of Renee Barnes, artist, designer and now author.

At the age of four, her father noticed her artistic talent and encouraged her to study, to investigate numerous artistic venues and to always continue to refine her particular style.

During the nineties Renee was designing "turn-key" facilities for the Family Entertainment Industry. These assignments took her throughout the U.S., Canada, Central America and as far away as China.

These projects required a variety of themes and original art in which to enhance each facility. In other words, they needed that special touch to make them standout from their competition. As the assignments increased, so did Renee's talent. She started creating note cards, greeting cards, book covers and other specialized products. The licensing of textile design was also among her accomplishments.

In time, Renee began to receive requests for stories to accompany her charming little characters. This demand required she look at her present work environment and reconsider where she wanted to go. So, with a lot of consideration and turns in the road, she now focuses entirely on creating a seemingly endless parade of characters and stories....

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