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Look At Me!

Look At Me!     

by Laura Erwin
Price: $11.95

32 Pages, Hardback, 8 x 8

ISBN-10: 0-9701940-1-3
ISBN-13: 978-0-9701940-1-5

Are you ready for a game of PRETEND? Peety is! Enjoy Peety's world of make believe. He's a cloud, a dragon, a kitten, and so much more! Even though he likes to pretend, he is happy being himself--a clown named Peety!


About The Author

Laura Erwin, author and illustrator. Owner of HappyHeart Publications. Laura is a native to Northern California and resides in Los Gatos. She has published 4 books. One of ten children, her love for stories started at a very young age. Her mother, being an artist herself, created plays during the holidays for their relatives, and each one of her children participated as an actor and/or singer. To keep themselves occupied, Laura and her siblings would craft their own plays. The creativity was boundless and continues through her writings and illustrations.