DALLAS (PRWEB) October 15, 2019 -- Author and former U.S. Ambassador David Mulford’s newest installment of his Crab Lake series, Jeannie’s Crab Lake Winter Tales, releases from Brown Books Kids today, October 15, 2019, to be a great fireside companion during the cold months ahead. In this endearing story collection, Jeannie is back at Crab Lake sharing the joy of the holidays with woodland friends old and new, like Pudgey Bear and Belknap Beaver. From making Christmas dinner to helping escaped polar bears, these stories teach everyone that joining together and helping others leads to the greatest adventures.
Jeannie’s Crab Lake Winter Tales is sure to invoke the spirit of Christmas in families everywhere this holiday season. Mulford's first book, Jeannie's Crab Lake Christmas, was released on December 1, 2017, and showcases the true magic of winter and Christmas.
“The stories are based on real happenings during the course of the previous year,” states David Mulford. “The stories are written to highlight family values and issues of humanity in our world of adventure and nature. The language is aimed at helping young people realize how important it is to be able to express your ideas and to capture the beauty of life all around you.”
Each year, David and his wife Jeannie journey to Crab Lake, Wisconsin. These trips, as well as David’s love and adoration for his wife, served as inspiration for these whimsical stories. For the last 27 years, David’s Christmas gift to Jeannie, no matter where they’ve been in the world, has been a new story set at their beloved Crab Lake.
This eloquent and meaningful series teaches children valuable lessons about family and friends and is sure to spark a new holiday tradition of reading together. Author David Mulford provides a fantastic and beautifully illustrated read this holiday season with Jeannie’s Crab Lake Winter Tales!
For more information about the series and author, visit http://www.DavidMulfordBooks.com.
Katelyn Croll, The Agency at Brown Books, http://www.brownbooks.com, 9722489500, [email protected]
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