Perhaps the title of this post is long enough to be obnoxious, but it's what comes to mind when I think of The Misadventures of Princess Sydney series. The stories star a feisty cockapoo, pet to author Chris Minich. My in-laws had a cockapoo for years, so the stories would have especially resonated with my boys. I can just imagine curling up with them to read this one; it kind of makes me miss those days - just a little. Anywho, today is the cover reveal for the second installment of the series: Have Parentals Will Travel. Whether your kids are young enough you'll want to read it to them or you've been scouring the libraries for books for them to read on their own, this one is worth checking out. ~Heather
Misadventures of Princess Sydney: Have Parentals, Will Travel is the second book in the Princess Sydney series. Readers call Minich's writing, "fun-filled," "insightful and creative," and "heartwearming." If you are between the ages of 8-12, a dog lover, or a kid at heart, this book is for you! You can find Chris’s books on Amazon or BarnesandNoble.com
About the book:
“You’ll have a great time,” said the Parentals. But Princess Sydney knows better! America’s favorite crafty cockapoo reluctantly embarks on summer vacation, along with her bumbling brother, Buddy. She expected chaos, but she she never expected to lose her cool when the trip takes an unplanned turn. Silly boy dogs, leftover pizza, and fair maidens are just a few of the bumps along their travels that will keep readers laughing and in love in this second book in the Princess Sydney series. As Sydney would tell you, “Why wouldn’t it?”
About the Author:
Chris Minich is a writer living in Snoqualmie Washington. He enjoys spending time with his wife and their two precocious dogs, Sydney and Buddy. Chris is also a die-hard Seattle Seahawks fan. You can find out more about Chris and the Princess Sydney series on his website, www.chrisminich.com, twitter, @cockapoosyd, Instagram, https://instagram.com/cockapoosyd/ or Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/cockapoosyd.
And the big reveal...
Rolling hills that had been vibrant green just weeks ago were now muted in tone, as if they were taking a deep breath before bursting into the song of fall.