‘Mrs. B, Substitute Grandma’ follows Mrs. Bumbleberry and Katy on an outing
Katy and Andi are going on a field trip to Appleton Farms. Field trips are fun, especially when a wagon ride is included. To ride the wagon, Katy and Andi need an adult, but Andi’s grandmother is sick, so Mrs. Bumbleberry goes along. On the field trip the children pick apples and run through the corn maze. They also learn the value of working together and how to treat others.
“There’s a lot of negative influence in today’s society,” Beining says. “This series of stories promotes dealing with problems in a positive manner and offers an opportunity to discuss this with young readers.
“Mrs. B, Substitute Grandma”
By Kathleen Beining
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 26 pages | ISBN 9781512785562
E-Book | 26 pages | ISBN 9781512785555
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kathleen Beining lives in eastern Missouri not far from the Mississippi River. She enjoys painting and sewing in her spare time. Like Mrs. Bumbleberry, she had a beloved dachshund named Trina. Beining has also written “Mrs. Bumbleberry’s Garden,” “Mrs. Bumbleberry and the Ark,” “Mrs. Bumbleberry’s Surprise,” “Mrs. Bumbleberry and the Scary Noise,” “Mrs. B Goes To The Sea” and “The Legend of Willie Lump, Lump.” More information is available at: www.kathleenbeining.com.
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