Unlock your imagination, venture to a land of enchantment, and hobnob with the gregarious quails of the Southwest!
In this incredible episode, the flamboyant Federico captures the attention of his spectators with an inflated story of his bravery. But without warning, an announcement of ripe hackberries leaves him without an audience. Alone, he accidentally stumbles onto something that might recapture his friends’ attention—something fantastic—unbelievable—something even he could not have imagined! Find out if Federico can convince his friends he is not exaggerating.
If you enjoyed the moral of The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot by Scott Magoon, or the Southwest flavor of The Three Little Javelinas by Susan Lowell, then you will love Federico Exaggerated. This read-aloud, read-to-your-child book is sure to capture the attention of children ages 4+ and might even gain the notice of some adult kids as well.
Beautifully illustrated with Kim Sponaugle’s vibrant watercolors, Federico Exaggerated presents an educational, humorous tale that delivers a subtle faith inspired message about honoring the truth.
This is book two of the four-book Henry and Friends Series.
Targeted Age Group:: All audiences
Heat/Violence Level: Heat Level 1 – G Rated Clean Read
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The Southwest's desert quail inspired this book.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The idea for Federico Exaggerated began during one of my walks along an arroyo. I spotted at least two quail coveys, if not three. In particular, I noticed one large male perched on a high rock. He was calling to the group trying mightily to get their attention, but the other quails were busy calling to each other and paid him no mind. It amused me and made me wonder what was going on. My imagination went to work, and Federico came to be.
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