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Sammy Swan’s Summer Adventure In Stratford
Tarra Trachsel Green
An engaging story of a young swan named Sammy, growing up and exploring the wonderful City of Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Sammy enjoys wandering and experiencing the sights and sounds of Summer in a beautiful city and countryside. He then shares his many adventures with his younger brothers and sisters, who are inspired to have adventures of their own. It is a whimsical story that includes scrap-booking pages at the end of the book, for recording your own Stratford adventure. It is a story for boys and girls of all ages!
“This is a delightful story, with endearing characters, and imagery. “ Freisen Press Editor 2013 “People of all ages will be delighted by Sammy Swan’s Stratford adventures! A sweet dose of tourism and education woven by a multi-talented author and illustrator who adores her hometown: delivering all this with one of Stratford’s favourite, feathered friends.” Jill Hewlett Inc.Speaker, Author & Artist www.jillhewlett.com
Tarra Trachsel Green lives in Stratford, Ontario, Canada, with her wonderful husband, Darrell, and their two sons, Aaron and Rowan. She is a Graduate of McMaster University with a Bachelor of Kinesiology Honors Degree and of Queen’s University, Faculty of Education with a Bachelor of Education Degree. Currently, Tarra is an elementary school teacher for the Avon Maitland District School Board, and is teaching in the primary grades. Her students were the first children to hear this story and inspired her to publish it. She writes, paints, and creates in her free time; and is the creator and owner of www.kidsplayperth.ca, a website that focuses on events and activities for kids in the Perth County area of Ontario. She has written several more books, which she would also like to publish in the near future. Tarra grew up outside of Stratford, on a dairy farm near Tavistock. She has spent most of her life living in the Stratford area, often lured to the Avon River for walks and to feed the swans.
- Tarra Trachsel Green