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Wind and Oyster Jack
Marcia G. Moore, Illustrations by Heather Crow
• A whimsical tale of friends learning to help each other
• What must Oyster Jack do to coax Wind to help him sail his boat?
• Fantastical yet authentic watercolor illustrations take readers to the world of wind, water, and fishermen
It’s late in the fall whenOyster Jack and his boat Dinah sail out to theChesapeake Bay to harvest oysters.Their
friend Wind helps them by blowing against Dinah’s sails. But Wind is cold and Oyster Jack won’t share his
coat or blanket. WhenWind hears of a nearby coat of frost and then a blanket of snow, she rushes off to look
for them. Oyster Jack and Dinah can’t sail without her. He must find a way to keep Wind warm—and with
him. Readers of all ages will be delighted by the clever word play and imaginative solution in this feel-good
story about the importance of looking out for your friends. Ages 0-6.
, illustrator of
Mosey’s Field
, is a painter, collage artist, and teacher on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 25 color images • 32 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5422-9 • hard cover • $14.99
other books you may enjoy!
The Honey Boat,
978-0-7643-3121-3, $14.99
• Chadwick and the Garplegrungen,
• The Secret of Heron Creek,
978-0-87033-414-6, $7.95
Surfer Dude:
The Legendary Stallion of Chincoteague
Lois Szymanski, Illustrated by Linda Kantjas
• A legendary stallion leaves his mark on the wild Chincoteague pony herds of Assateague Island
• Born with unique coloring and blue eyes, Surfer Dude had fans all over the US
• A story of love and the circle of life
Destined for fame, Surfer Dude is known to anyone who looked for this colt when crossing the bridge
to Assateague Island entering the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. The story of this beloved wild
stallion, who cared for his herd of mares over a lifetime on Chincoteague Island, is beautifully illustrated in
vivid detail, from his distinctive blue eye to his white star and stripe, silver mane and tail, and chocolatey
chestnut coat. His passing at the ripe age of twenty-three in the spring of 2015 touched people from across
the United States and beyond. But the spirit of his gentle nature and the way he loved his foals lives on. His
spirit lingers in breezes that ruffle the island grasses and in the sunbeams that warm the island ponies, and
is celebrated in this story of love and the circle of life.
Lois Szymanski
has authored over 25 books, many on the wild Chincoteague ponies. She lives in
Westminster, Maryland, with her husband, Dan, and their Shetland sheepdog, Ryley. In 1995, her family
purchased a foal at the Pony Penning auction.
Size: 7" x 10" • 44 color and b/w images • 40 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5366-6 • hard cover • $14.99
other books you may enjoy!
The True Story of Sea Feather,
• Wild Colt,
978-0-7643-3975-2, $16.99
• Chincoteague Pony Identification Cards,
978-0-7643-4453-4, $19.99
2017 new Releases
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