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MouseKeepers Appear on Thanksgiving Predicted by CRH Publishing .

It really was no surprise to the publishers of the newest Christmas anticipation activity book that this would happen but the rest of the world needs to understand the potential impact this will have for Christmases to come. This MouseKeeper craze will change the way Christmas is awaited for decades to come. It all started in a small suburb of Toledo, Ohio, Perrysburg, named after the famed War of 1812 winner of the Battle of Lake Erie, Commodore Perry. Now this sleepy little town also has the record as being, the first town where MouseKeepers appeared on Thanksgiving morning as expected by Crazy Red Head Publishing owner and editor, Jenny Deason Copeland.. Based on the children's picture book, A MouseKeeper Christmas €“ The Beginning, the children of the world who wish to be MouseKeepers put a plate of smelly cheese by a window or on the hearth in hopes that the vacationing North Pole mice will choose their home for their month long vacation away from the North Pole.

More information is available at https://www.crazyredheadpublishing.com.

This year's first MouseKeepers are the four Duesing children, Ellie 10, Drew 8, Will, 4 and Greta 2. They chose to be MouseKeepers to improve the North Pole toy production and help Santa make sure that there are enough toys for all the children on the Nice list. A new trend has made Santa happy but it has also given him a bit of concern. The Naughty lists are drying up which means the toy production has had to increase every year for a while. This year Santa was afraid the factory and all the elves wouldn't make enough toys if something didn't change. These four trend setters are in charge of entertaining four North Pole mice, Eggnog, Dumpling, Walnut and Gingy from now until Christmas.

Santa sent out a plea for help and a solution was found thanks to the heroine, six year old, Sara. The solution was to send all the North Pole mice on a vacation during the peak toy production season from Thanksgiving until Christmas. The mice are the beloved pets of the North Pole elves. Read how all the plans for such an infestation were hammered out with Sara, Santa and his two head elves, Macaroon and Shortbread. Crazy Red Head Publishing is proud to offer this story in paperback form for those readers who love to hold a book. The same story is also available as an e-book that features over 250 interactive pop-ups.By following the four simple rules for MouseKeeping, any child can be trained to be a great MouseKeeper.

It is a new problem that Santa needed to solve this year or risk not making enough toys for all the children on the Nice lost. To join in the fun now, it is not too late. By placing a plate of cheese out by an open window or on the hearth, tonight, or any night before Christmas, a North Pole mouse might choose to come stay for their vacation. Santa makes many sleigh test drives the whole month of December, so he will gladly deliver a mouse to any children on the Nice list who want to help out. Read more about how to become a MouseKeeper on the web site provided or from the e-book or paperback picture book, both available on Amazon. With the A MouseKeeper Christmas book, children can play hide-and-seek with the mice. Hopefully this activity will become a new family tradition in many homes. What better way to help the young ones endure the long wait between Thanksgiving and Christmas, than to pass the time playing games with their resident mouse. A MouseKeeper Christmas, will transform the way Christmas is anticipated forever. The e-book version has over 250 pop ups that make the book a hide and seek game as well. Mice are hiding in many of the pictures. The e-book pop ups make the story experience interactive and educational.

The book, A MouseKeeper Christmas, tells a little known story about the North Pole. The elves at the North Pole all have pet mice. These pets were originally useful as toy testers but they have now become a bit of a problem for Santa. The mice need to go on a vacation and the children of the world need to volunteer to take care of these hide-and-seek loving mice from Thanksgiving to Christmas. The children who volunteer to take care of the mice for that month long vacation become MouseKeepers of the adorable North Pole mice. This vacation season is much needed for Santa to make enough toys for all the good girls and boys. Note there is also a free companion coloring book available as a download from the Crazy Red Head Publishing web site.

Crazy Red Head Publishing has a mission of assisting talented writers find a path to publishing and helping them to paint a new future as full time professional writers. They are also partnered with the "I Love to Write Day" encouraging everyone to write something on that special day. This year that annual event was on November 15, 2015.

For more information is available by visiting https://www.crazyredheadpublishing.com/  
 
 

Contact Information

  • Name: Jeanny Deason Copeland

    Company: Crazy Red Head Publishing

    Telphone: 248--22-7-5508 , -

    Address: 3900 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield, Michigan 48323

    Email: prc.pressagency@gmail.com