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Colorsaurus Book Signing

Mid Town Gas and Grocery in Stewartville will be hosting a book signing for my new book, Colorsaurus!

Who: Michelle Morgan
What: Colorsaurus Book Signing
Where: Mid Town Gas and Grocery on Main Street in Stewartville
When: May 16th from 3pm-5pm

I will be reading Colorsaurus to all the kids and there will be a coloring contest. I have also heard rumors of drinks and cookies, but all the little details are not in place yet.

If you are on Facebook, you can become a fan of Colorsaurus HERE. The fan page does have an album with all the pages of the book, so you can read it before you buy it. You can also RSVP to the event.

If you aren't on Facebook and would like to see a sample, you can see a small sample on HERE.

Book info:
32 pages, 7.5" x 7.5", perfect binding, white interior paper (80# weight), full-color interior ink, white exterior paper (100# weight), full-color exterior ink

Description:
Join Jayne as he takes a flight into the imagination with his dinosaur friends. Colorsaurus will help your little ones learn colors and counting as well as finding and pointing things out in the pictures. It is also an easy read for early readers. This colorful book will have your child wanting to read it again and again.





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