$14.95, 6 x 9, paperback, 160 pages, 45 illustrations
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Cheeky and Charlemagne & The Great Sabotage
by Donna Marie Seim
Illustrated by Susan Spellman
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About the Book
Cheeky, a fun loving river otter, and Charlemagne, a persnickety pine marten, are back again to play their part in The Great Sabotage to rid the North Country from the treacherous trappers. The Great Protector, a white She Wolf, has called the woodland folk together, from the smallest mouse to the largest moose, to plot a fail-safe plan that will end the siege of the trappers once and for all. Join Cheeky, Charlemagne, and all the forest critters as they develop a cunning plan using all of their animal antics as they dodge whizzing poison darts, escape deadly steel cages, and wreak havoc on the trappers’ campgrounds. Will The Great Sabotage bring peace to the North Country again?
“Cheeky and Charlemagne take us on another great adventure! Lots of fun new furry characters and sabotage. I would love to stay at the Inn with Cheeky and Charlemagne!”
— Kati Bourque, Children’s Librarian, Newbury, MA
“I love this book so much! This is a must-have endearing story that will launch many multi-subject lessons and discussions for the young reader. A gold mine for integration and social-emotional learning.”
— Leslie Barnaby M.Ed, Elementary Technology Integration Specialist, Charles C. Cashman Elementary School
About the Author
Donna Seim is an award-winning children’s author of three picture books, Bella & Jingles, Where is Simon, Sandy?, available in a Spanish edition, also in English, and Satchi and Little Star. Her three middle grade readers are Charley, now a play, Cheeky and Charlemagne, the first adventure is available in print, with an audiobook coming in June 2021, and Hurricane Mia. Donna co-authored the award-winning, arm-chair travel book, Asante Sana, Tanzania, with her husband/photographer Martin Seim. Donna is a graduate of The Ohio State University and holds a MA in special education from Lesley University. She lives in Newbury, Massachusetts. You can learn more about Donna’s work, and order signed copies of her books, at www.donnaseim.com.
About the Illustrator
Artist Susan Spellman pursues a dual career as a fine artist and as an illustrator with extensive experience in painting, portraiture, and children’s book illustration. Her fine art work can be viewed at: www.spellmancollection.com. She has illustrated six previous titles by Donna Seim.