A Deer Visits Nubble Lighthouse

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About the author:
The author and illustrator, Denise F. Brown of Portsmouth, New Hampshire has produced several children's books. Brown, along with husband, John O'Sullivan, is the co-owner of Ad-Cetera Graphics and Raccoon Studios of Portsmouth. She is the author/illustrator of Wind: Wild Horse Rescue adventure book and is well known throughout the region for her stunning watercolors of Seacoast scenes, architectural renderings, horse illustrations, and her pony figurine designs with The Trail of Painted Ponies. She is also the creator of the popular series of children's coloring books, Ted Gets Out, which celebrates the adventures of one of her cats, and her mini children's book, Abenaki, the Indian Pony about a little horse who travels across the country. She illustrated Tugboat River Rescue, by Crystal Ward Kent. See her artwork at www.raccoonstudios.com, www.tugboatrescue.com and www.windwildhorse.com.

A Deer Visits Nubble Lighthouse
 

This is a story about a deer that wanders onto Nubble Island in Cape Neddick, Maine.

Authored by Ms. Denise F. Brown

This is a story about a deer that visits Nubble Island in Cape Neddick, Maine. It is a cold winter's day and to her surprise, the incoming tide traps her on the island. She is forced to spend the night there. Spotted by a visitor to the nearby park, she becomes famous as her story is broadcast over the Internet, on television stations, and printed in local newspapers. This is her story.
"I found it irresistible to write and illustrate this story about a little deer seen running around the island and swimming ashore in the rough ocean. I embellished it through a deer's viewpoint and added her parent's warnings." - Denise F. Brown


Publication Date:
2013-03-12
ISBN/EAN13:
0985263938 / 9780985263935
Page Count:
48
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Deer, Moose & Caribou




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