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Judy Catherine Moratis Shares a Delightful Narrative About a Miniature Horse With a Hilarious Ending in “Teddy Get Off That Mountain”

By: WebWire

The story is about a boy named Kory and his pet orange cat, Pancake. Kory is excited and wanted to feed the horses, eagerly put on his favorite jacket. As he walked going to the garage, he saw Pancake, the orange cat, awkwardly tipped over a pail of corn and was over the place.
Kory gathered the corn by scooping it back in the pail. However, a strong breeze shut the door so loud. Kory decided not to panic. He tried opening the door but was locked. Even his attempt to shout for help from his mom and sister was unsuccessful. Looking around for a way out, he saw a window but realized it was too high. Then he found a tall three-legged chair. Kory climbed the chair and took a peek out the window. He saw Pancake, his orange cat hiding under his dad's workbench. Luckily, his dad arrived and was able to help him. Kory then explained what happened as to why he got locked inside the garage. Read the book to find out the events occurred that day.
This storybook is a great for any young reader who likes unique narratives. The illustrations here are clean and minimalistic, and easy for any child to follow who loves miniature horses and quirky pets which makes the perfect reference. It's short, entertaining and funny.
This is a great addition to any family library. Own a copy today!
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Teddy Get Off That Mountain
Author: Judy Catherine Moratis
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: March 2021
Genre: Children's Book, Faith-based
Target Audience: Children, Family
About the Author
Judy Catherine Moratis is a wife, mother, and grandmother. She enjoys writing to uplift and inspire. She loves writing for kids with fun and adventure, especially about the adventure they've had with raising many miniature horse and animals. “Angel, And Love Came Down” was her first book, published in December 2014.

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