No joke, April is Mr. Pish month. “What the heck does that mean?” you ask. It means that we continue our celebration of the life and exploits of the famous traveling terrier who was also our mascot.
Mr. Pish visited 41 States, Washington DC, and 7 Provinces of Canada to discover awesome places to share with his readers. He traveled and lived with our admin, K. S. Brooks, and together the two wrote eight children’s books, 13 calendars and planners, one activity book, and one educational app for Apple and Droid products. All of Mr. Pish’s books and products promote outdoor learning and literacy.
But why April? Because Mr. Pish’s birthday is this month, and he’s still thought of every day. And he’s incredibly cute. Can you really resist that adorable face?
2015 is around the corner. If you’re a fan of outdoor learning, literacy, great photography, and, of course, dogs, then you should check out Mr. Pish’s new 2015 calendars. This year, the famous traveling terrier is featured at America’s National Parks.
Mr. Pish visited 41 States, Washington DC, and 7 Provinces of Canada to discover awesome places to share with his readers. His love for exploring is evident in these full-color calendars.
Want more Mr. Pish? The Mr. Pish Educational Series currently contains six books, five calendars, and fun, educational apps for Apple and Droid products.
Click a calendar to learn more about it!
The Color of the Wild
by Gin Getz
Genre of this Book: Memoir/Nature
Word count: 64,353
The Color of the Wild, an intimate look at life in an untamed land.
An original, inspiring work of literary non-fiction; an unconventional memoir of woman and land. Lyrical and lilting, powerful and passionate, The Color of the Wild is the beautifully told story of one woman’s life, love, determination and connection with the natural world. More than a memoir, a contemporary western tale with stunning stories interspersed and intertwined with powerful poetry, prose, and striking photographs.
Gin’s captivating tone and intimate view bring to life the drama and trauma of one year on her family’s ranch, surrounded by and a part of the wilds around them. The reader enters a world of deep beauty, fresh perceptions, simple humor and breathtaking writing as The Color of the Wild unfolds.
Set high in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, along the Headwaters of the Rio Grande, Gin opens her world to the reader with stunning honesty, and compassionate grace, sharing this captivating, personal tale of home, belonging, and commitment to land and family.
This book is available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Continue reading “Book Brief: The Color of the Wild”