Mumbledypeg, On Call

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Mumbledypeg, On Call is a story that is hysterical to children with some educational applications inserted nicely. It is meant to be read to children K-3 in stages, pausing to take part in interactive activities. These include polite tea parties, record keeping, survey taking and graph making. How can Mrs. Mumbledypeg and Snaggletooth prepare Dexter for his important meeting with the governor?

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About Sara Marie Hogg

Sara Marie Hogg was born in 1949 in Cabool, Missouri to Laura Marie and Dr. Garrett Hogg Jr., M.D. She attended Stephen F. Austin State University and graduated with a BFA from Texas Christian University in 1972 with a major in painting. She also studied under Chapman Kelly and Alberto Collie at Northwood Institute of Texas in the Arts Program. She has been published in Springfield! Magazine, Fate Magazine, Tulsa World and Taney County Times Newspapers. Poetry is her first love and she received an award in the First Annual Missouri Writers' Week Awards for Poetry and she received a Boswell Award for poetry from the English Department of her alma mater, TCU. Her poetry has been spotlighted in many anthologies including one by Enright House of Ireland. Her bound works include Catho Darlington--Lessons Learned in the Space Age (a novel), Blade Chatter (a short story collection written under a pseudonym) and Dark Shadings, Spattered Light, her first volume of poetry. She is also working on a children's book, Mumbledypeg, On Call, and a second volume of poetry, Multiple Exposures which she hopes to e-publish 2010.

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Review by: Linda McKinney on Aug. 02, 2010 :
Not a writer myself, but I can tell you this, you will love this book. And, if you happen to be from the Midwest, you might just see yourself in there.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Effie Mugslowe on July 23, 2010 :
I read this nutty story to some young family members and their friends and quite a lot of giggling ensued. They did show interest in the interactive activities and I feel they learned some things they did not yet know--in a good way. I laughed quite a bit myself, not only at the story, but at their laughing at the story. I suppose we have all known a character like Mrs. Mumbledypeg.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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