GREENVILLE, N.C. (PRWEB) March 12, 2015
Mr. Icket is more than the average cricket. He is full of vitality – a “super cricket” who completes chores and acts responsibly.
Within this delightful story, Mr. Icket travels away from home in search of adventure. As he makes his way through uncharted territory, he finds himself in many different scenarios, some dangerous, some pleasant. Young readers will follow Mr. Icket as he works on a potato farm, narrowly escapes a fishing pond, visits a beekeeper’s farm and more.
“My book is interesting and lively,” Marrow says. “And it encourages us larger creatures to find our own adventures.”
An excerpt from “The Adventure of Mr. Icket”:
“Happily, Mr. Icket found work in the potato field, enjoying it with energy and a smile, cleaning from around young growing plants… weeds of wild. He worked smart, doing his best. Mr. Icket then sent presents to his family and neighbor by way of ‘Cricket Express’ hoping they would be happy to receive them.”
“The Adventure of Mr. Icket”
By Martha Abrams Marrow
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 34 pages | ISBN 9781496960191
E-Book | 34 pages | ISBN 9781496960207
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Martha Abrams Marrow was raised in the South and now finds herself back to her roots after many years spent traveling across the United States. She has previously lived in Honolulu and Seattle. Marrow says her cross-country travels helped her understand the importance of enjoying Earth’s scenic views and its creatures that bring balance to the ecosystem. “The Adventure of Mr. Icket” is her first children’s book.
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