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Books with author Kate Brown

  • Unicorn Coloring Book for Kids: Amazing Unicorn Coloring Book for Girls 4-8, ages 8-12 and anyone who Loves Unicorns

    Katrin Brown

    Paperback (Independently published, May 14, 2019)
    This is a wonderful unicorn childrens coloring book full of cheerful, beautiful, happy unicorns. It would make a nice gift for boys and girls between the ages of 4-12 who adore unicorns.Age specifications:Coloring books for kids ages 4-8Coloring books for kids ages 8-12What you will find in this book: 25 unique images, with 2 copies of each image. Two copies means you won’t have to worry about your child making mistakes or wanting to try a different color on the same picture, or they could share the second copy with a friend! You could even hang on to the first one to compare them later and see how your little artist's skills are developing. Each illustration is on its own sheet of paper. Printing on only one side of the paper eliminates the problem of seepage, so that none of the images are ruined. Large 8.5" x 11" (A4 size) pages are ideal for children's small hands and also suitable for framing, in case you want to preserve a masterpiece! High-quality white paper is suitable for use with crayons, colored pencils, ballpoint pens, markers, or paint. Unlock your child’s potential! Our books can help:- Improve fine motor skills- Improve focus and attention- Relax your child and give them a way to unwind- Improve perception of colors and shades- Cultivate creativity and imagination- Improve handwriting and promote school readiness- Give your child an alternative to electronic gadgets and computersAn ideal gift!Show your special someone how they put a smile on your face, and get a smile in return. If there's a unicorn-lover in your life, then you should definitely order this book today.
  • B is for Buffalo: Yellowstone from A-Z

    Katy Brown

    Paperback (Pig's Paw Publishing, Oct. 3, 2019)
    Welcome to Yellowstone!Yellowstone National Park is amazing. Where else can adventurers see spectacular geothermal features created by a supervolcano? Geysers, vents, hot springs, and out-of-this-world rock formations are all part of a typical day here. Emerging readers are sure to enjoy these charming paper-cut illustrations depicting some of the most iconic animals, memorable activities, and remarkable geological features found at Yellowstone.Bold papercut artwork layered in bright, eye-catching colors is sure to keep children’s attention. Each illustration shows dimension and shadow, giving the illusion of stacked layers of paper.Product Description 27+ full-page illustrations in vivid color schemes with bold, attention-getting papercut figures. Convenient 8.5” x 8.5” size makes it just the right size for children to hold and enjoy. Beautiful, smooth, untextured paper with a glossy finish. Perfect bound book with a glossy, easy-to-wipe-clean paperback cover. Ages one to six recommended. Preschool through grade 2. Enjoy even more! These images are adapted for coloring. Get the most out of your alphabet book and color along! Be sure to check out the companion coloring book featuring the same images in black and white. Wildlife of the West is a fact-filled coloring book showcasing animals and activities of the Intermountain West. Educational and relaxing coloring for even more age groups, including younger children who can’t yet shade or match numbers. And don’t miss the companion color-by-number book featuring the same images in a color-by-number format. Nature by Number provides an engaging challenge for older children — ages 8 and up. It encourages problem and puzzle solving as the amazing outdoors are revealed through color. Use a chart, or key, to carefully fill in each image according to assigned numbers. A color palette is included opposite each drawing. Absorbing, stress free coloring.Encourage a love of wildlife and life in the West, try coloring together as a family today.
  • Sam the Builder

    Kate Brown

    Board book (AZ BOOKS, April 15, 2012)
    This series is great for little readers who love to build and repair things. Sam is not only a skillful master builder but also a good teacher. In these books he shows kids how to repair a car or build something special. Books also include the sounds of tools, amusing melodies, and colorful pictures.
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  • Sam the Constructor

    Kate Brown

    Board book (AZ BOOKS, April 15, 2012)
    This series is great for little readers who love to build and repair things. Sam is not only a skillful master builder but also a good teacher. In these books he shows kids how to repair a car or build something special. Books also include the sounds of tools, amusing melodies, and colorful pictures.
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  • Ocean Animals

    Kate Brown

    Board book (AZ BOOKS, )
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  • It Wasn't Scary

    Katy Brown

    language (Pig's Paw Publishing, Oct. 1, 2019)
    It Wasn’t Scary It’s Halloween, and Oliver and Lily dog are worried. What if there are monsters under the bed, skeletons in the closet, or witches in the wardrobe? Trick-or-treating has never been more fun. Together, you’ll meet magicians, fairies, superheroes, spacemen, animals, robots, angels and mermaids. Join Oliver on an adventure as he discovers that Halloween isn’t scary – it’s fun.This picture book is written and illustrated for early readers who can count from one to ten and identify colors. Ages 2-5 recommended.Bold, papercut artwork in bright, eye-catching colors is sure to keep children’s attention.Product Description 12 full-page spreads illustrated in vivid color schemes with bold, attention-getting papercut silhouettes. Revisit several spreads after reading to search for hidden images, colors, and numbers. Convenient 6” x 9” size makes it just the right size for children to hold and enjoy. Beautiful, smooth, untextured paper with a glossy finish. Perfect bound book with a glossy, easy-to-wipe-clean paperback cover. Ages two to five recommended. Preschool through grade 2. Please note that the pages have been slightly reformatted from their original paperback layout in order to be better displayed on mobile devices. Font sizes have been increased and text moved on the screen to be more legible on e-readers.
  • Sassafras Tales: Book II: The Book of Nice

    Kate Brown

    eBook
    Book II, "The Book of Nice" is a draw your own pictures book, with a blank page after each chapter where creative kids to draw their own pictures. "The Book of Nice" is based on the Golden Rule: Treat others like you want them to treat you. It is written for elementary school readers. In “The Book of Nice”, Hezzra-The-Centipede regains his sight from the Evil Ruby. The Ruby gives him firesight too. Skeetle-The-Beetle is rescued from a deep hole by Mother ‘Possum. Skeetle, Duke, and Hezzra have a final battle in the Crystal Cave where Hezzra almost dies. Queeny puts Witch Hazel leaves on Hezzra’s wounds. Grandfather Beetle gets lost. After Christmas, rain floods The United Acres of Sassafras . Then snow and ice cover everything. Ms. Persnickety Fox tells Red-tailed Hawk to steal Skeetle’s magic backpack. Inside is “The Book of Nice.” The Tal-wees plan to invade The United Acres of Sassafras on killer bees. Two Tal-wees change from mean to nice. The magic backpack and “The Book of Nice” save the United Acres of Sassafras on Earth Day. Praecher-The-Spirit-of-Peace blesses The United Acres of Sassafras.
  • B is for Buffalo: Yellowstone from A-Z

    Katy Brown

    language (Pig's Paw Publishing, Oct. 2, 2019)
    Welcome to Yellowstone!Yellowstone is amazing. Where else can adventurers see spectacular geothermal features created by a supervolcano? Geysers, vents, hot springs, and out-of-this-world rock formations are all part of a typical day here. Emerging readers are sure to enjoy these charming paper-cut illustrations depicting some of the most iconic animals, memorable activities, and remarkable geological features found at Yellowstone.Bold papercut artwork layered in bright, eye-catching colors is sure to keep children's attention. Each illustration shows dimension and shadow, giving the illusion of stacked layers of paper.Product Description 27+ full-page illustrations in vivid color schemes with bold, attention-getting papercut figures. Convenient 8.5" x 8.5" size makes it just the right size for children to hold and enjoy. Beautiful, smooth, untextured paper with a glossy finish. Perfect bound book with a glossy, easy-to-wipe-clean paperback cover. Ages one to six recommended. Preschool through grade 2. Enjoy even more! These images are adapted for coloring. Get the most out of your alphabet book and color along! Be sure to check out the companion coloring book featuring the same images in black and white. Wildlife of the West is a fact-filled coloring book showcasing animals and activities of the Intermountain West. Educational and relaxing coloring for even more age groups, including younger children who can't yet shade or match numbers. And don't miss the companion color-by-number book featuring the same images in a color-by-number format. Nature by Number provides an engaging challenge for older children -- ages 8 and up. It encourages problem and puzzle solving as the amazing outdoors are revealed through color. Use a chart, or key, to carefully fill in each image according to assigned numbers. A color palette is included opposite each drawing. Absorbing, stress free coloring.Encourage a love of wildlife and life in the West, try coloring together as a family today.
  • Forest Animals

    Kate Brown

    Board book (AZ BOOKS, March 15, 2012)
    This informative series introduces kids to animals through colorful photos and realistic sounds. Includes animals of the farm, savanna, jungle, forest, ocean, and polar regions.
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  • There's a Unicorn in the Garden!

    Katy Brown

    language (Pig's Paw Publishing, Oct. 2, 2019)
    There’s a Unicorn in the Garden! Oh no. One day, I saw the most amazing thing. A shimmery, shiny, color-changing unicorn was standing half-in and half-out of my prize-winning azalea bushes eating up all the flowers! He said he was hungry, so I led him to my vegetable garden...This engaging story is written and illustrated for early readers who enjoy problem solving, critical thinking, and uproarious comedy at bedtime. Ages 2-8 recommended.Join a clever little girl who must find a way to protect her garden produce from a stubborn unicorn who’s sick and tired of being fed sweets. Can she stop him before he tells his friends and becomes a real problem? (I mean, just imagine a whole infestation of unicorns gobbling up heads of lettuce left and right, for goodness sake!)Charmingly illustrated in bold, papercut artwork in bright, eye-catching colors, this picture book is sure to keep children’s attention. Each illustration shows dimension and shadow, giving the illusion of stacked layers of paper.Told from a first-person perspective, it’s easy for kids to imagine themselves as the hero who must come up with a plan to stop the greedy unicorn from coming back.Product Description 13 full-page spreads, 36 pages total, illustrated in vivid colors with bold, attention-getting papercut figures and lush garden landscapes. Convenient 8.5” x 8.5” size makes it just the right size for children to hold and enjoy. Beautiful, smooth, untextured paper with a glossy finish. Perfect bound book with a glossy, easy-to-wipe-clean paperback cover. Ages two to eight recommended. Preschool through third grade. Please note that layouts and fonts have been changes slightly from the original print version to increase readability on phones and tablets.
  • Sam the Auto Mechanic

    Kate Brown

    Board book (AZ BOOKS, April 15, 2012)
    This series is great for little readers who love to build and repair things. Sam is not only a skillful master builder but also a good teacher. In these books he shows kids how to repair a car or build something special. Books also include the sounds of tools, amusing melodies, and colorful pictures.
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  • Sassafras Tales: Firey Lizard Cove

    Kate Brown

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, July 12, 2015)
    Fourth grade level. Blank pages throughout the book are for creative kids to draw their own illustrations. Full of fantasy, mystery, humor, and just plain fun! When Skeetle-The-Beetle and Duke-The-Chameleon have to fix Queeny's water problem, they end up on a curious trip to Firey Lizard Cove where they meet Firey Lizard, the Faces, invisible Sprites, Big Horned Beetles, and the real Witch Hazel. Firey Lizard is 900 years old. He hatched from his egg after spending thousands of years under Sassafras Mountain. Firey Lizard thinks no one likes him because he is too big and ugly. Firey has a close call on the edge of the bluff. Fairies turn back into mean Tal-wees who pay the price when they become rocks! The power of the Ruby is rekindled when the ants get a message on the walls of their colony. Everyone wants to know, "Where is The Ruby, Where did the gold river come from? Are those shiny things diamonds? What happened to the Fairies? Tell the Lollygaggers to be quiet." A surprise ending is wonderful for Queeny and Firey Lizard. All of these exciting things happen on Sassafras Mountain.Mountain. Firey Lizard thinks no one likes him because he is too big and ugly. Firey has a close call on the edge of the bluff. Fairies turn back into mean Tal-wees who pay the price when they become rocks! The power of the Ruby is rekindled when the ants get a message on the walls of their colony. Everyone wants to know, "Where is The Ruby, Where did the gold river come from? Are those shiny things diamonds? What happened to the Fairies? Tell the Lollygaggers to be quiet." A surprise ending is wonderful for Queeny and Firey Lizard. All of these exciting things happen on Sassafras Mountain. You will feel warm and fuzzy when you read this story and draw pictures right in the book. It is a keepsake.
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