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Ten Not so Snoozing Monsters: A Bedtime Counting Adventure Paperback – September 29, 2016
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About the Author
Traci Osborn graduated from Brigham Young University where she slipped on the ice more times than she'd like to remember. While there, she met Wil, the love of her life. Traveling the country in search of adventure, they have lived in six states with their four children. Their very spoiled dog Ace joined the family in Kansas, where they now reside. Traci took a drawing class while living in Nebraska and was hooked. She graduated from Bellevue University with a BFA in studio painting. 10 Not-so-Snoozing Monsters is the second book Osborn has both written and illustrated. The Monsters happily join Frog Goes...A Barnyard Prank in providing young readers with fun and instructional books. Visit her at www.PrairieDogPressStudio.com
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Author Traci Osborn has devised a fun story for kids who love to count. This rhyming adventure shows colorfully illustrated monsters doing hilarious things. Parents and teachers can use this tool to teach counting and reading with these simple easy to read sentences. Comparing actions of the monsters will make reading helpful to beginning readers.