Claremore, OK (PRWEB) May 26, 2011
From author Agnes Mary comes an engaging tale about a little black kitten with a white spot of hair on her neck. Made available through Xlibris, this picture book is sure to delight young readers as they follow The Story Of Sammie.
People say that a black cat brings bad luck, does the same hold true for a black kitten? Sammie, a little black kitten, has had a bad start in her young life when she is thrown out of the window. She lands in a hayfield and is rescued by a former fireman working in that same hay field in Oklahoma. He gives her a chance of new life on a farm and brings her home to his wife. The Story Of Sammie tells her story of being rescued and loved in her new home, where she has become the pride and joy of her new people parents.
Entertaining from beginning to end, The Story Of Sammie will capture children’s attention through its beautiful illustrations and charming story. They can follow Sammie’s adventures of playing with other kittens, her human friends, parents and all barnyard animals.
The Story Of Sammie is enrolled in Xlibris’ Bookstore Returnability Program, which gives booksellers the convenient option of returning excess stocks through Ingram Distribution.
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About the Author
Catherine (Agnes Mary O’Connor) Barrie moved to Oklahoma from Long Island, NY with her husband, Peter, back in 2009. Formerly a medical professional and volunteer EMT, she left the medical world to fulfill a dream of owning a working farm, complete with plans to open a bed & breakfast; start a country store; canning home grown vegetables and natural farm raised meats, are now the norm. The world of suburban life has become the world of country life.
The Story Of Sammie* by Agnes Mary
Publication Date: February 24, 2011
Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4568-7771-2
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