Or with just yourself!
Can you spot guinea pig George and Sidney Snail?
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Once there was a guinea pig named George, who lived in a house with a person named George and all of the Person George’s family.
The Person George was a doctor who made house calls.
Whenever the phone would ring, and someone in the house would answer it, they would say, “George, a patient’s calling!”
And Guinea Pig George would think they meant him.
Oh yes, I am already back with my second book for 2017! Available in Kindle and paperbook formats.
I’m running yet another FREE Kindle promo for a limited time. Get George now:
(I also just now found out that pasting an Amazon link directly into WordPress generates the above awesome image with links. Whoops!)
I first wrote George in 1999. So says the latest draft I found when I dug the story back up a year or so ago. I polished it, got it edited by the absolutely marvelous Qdmerit@Fiverr.com, and had the equally marvelous Kelly illustrate him just as she did for Sidney Snail in “What’s at the End of Your Nose?”
I’ve been a huge fan of guinea pigs for a long time. You can meet my current guinea pig, Teddy, over on his own fan page (among other guinea pigs I find and post).
But now: Meet George!
Copyright 2016 Becky Benishek for “Dr. Guinea Pig George”
Book launch, day 2! We’ll be here all week.
free Kindle promotion will be ending soon and I really want you to get it while you can, So it ran out. But! The Kindle version is waiting for you all the same! Just click here for “What’s at the End of Your Nose?” out on Amazon.
If you purchase the paperback edition, you actually get a 2-in-1 deal: It doubles as a coloring book for your child (or you)!
Copyright 2016 Becky Benishek for “What’s at the End of Your Nose?”