Rusty and Purdy are looking for new adventures talking to the backyard birds and other creatures.
We are very saddened by the passing of Joyce Scheulke, the owner of Wildernest in Brighton, Michigan.
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Give your children:
A love of nature
Interest in birds
A promising future
The Deer with the Purple Nose
Purdy is an English Setter who stumbles on a puzzling mystery in his own backyard. Dottie the Deer's nose has turned purple. The mystery? How did this happen? Why? And what does it mean? Enlisting the help of his brother Rusty and a host of birds and wild critters, Purdy sniffs out the truth behind Dottie's purple nose.
This is a delightful mystery that young children are sure to love. Purdy's solving of the mystery is totally age appropriate and fun. Every page has a wonderful photo that kids will love looking at again and again. An additional bonus is that kids will learn to identify a variety of birds and animals found in the wild. Plus the author has included a special recipe for . . . you'll have to read the book to find out.
Target audience: Ages 3-6
Mystery /suspense: good &age appropriate
Kid appeal: Excellent
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What people are saying about "The Deer with the Purple Nose:"
“The Deer with the Purple Nose is brilliant! The story of how the book came to be
is a story inside a story. I can’t wait to keep the story going with my grandchildren
London and Lincoln.”
...Gayle Treece, Project Manager and Grandma
"Love these two books. I went to Emily's 3rd grade class and read 'The Mystery at the Birdfeeder.'
They loved it and had so much fun sharing with me what they remembered I read."
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