Kimberly Russow’s new book “My Friend Herbie” is a heartwarming story about a friendship between a young boy and his talking hamster

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Recent release “My Friend Herbie” from Page Publishing author Kimberly Russow is a colorful children’s book about a young boy and his talking hamster’s amazing adventures.

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Kimberly Russow, a businesswoman for Fulkerson and Russow Skies and Designs who likes to do sign language, draw, wood burning, baking, and various other crafts, has completed her new book “My Friend Herbie”: an exquisite tale about Jimmy, a young boy with a talking hamster named Herbie, who is his friend and playmate.

Author Kimberly shares the wonderful bond between a pet and his owner that brings warmth and joy to the heart: “‘My Friend Herbie’ is about an eight-year-old boy named Jimmy and his growing relationship over the course of a week with his talking hamster, Herbie. Only little Jimmy can understand what Herbie says. Their adventure takes place in Jimmy’s bedroom.”

Published by Page Publishing, Kimberly Russow’s virtuous fable will surely inspire positive lessons to children that will guide them in caring for their friends of any form or size.

Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “My Friend Herbie” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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