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Little Miss Muffet Sat on a Tuffet…Uh Oh!

And the winners of the giveaway are: Julie Rowan Zoch, Eric Van Raepenbusch and Holly Baker!!!

 

Sept. 15th update: Uh Oh is right! I had goofed on one of my activity sheets and forgot to put the mouse in on the hidden animals page. It has been fixed. To those of you and/or your little ones who racked your brains trying to find it, my sincere apologies! 

Little Miss Muffet is coming on September 10th!  (It’s here!) In advance of it’s release, here is my updated booksigning schedule, some bookmarks and activity sheets to download for your little ones, a book trailer and a chance to win a signed hardcover book! Just write me a comment and tell me what critter(s) scare you, and you’ll have a chance to win. Three winners will be randomly chosen. The contest will end on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 6PM.

Also, please contact me if you would be interested in doing a feature article, interview, or review of this book.  I will offer a free giveaway copy for your followers as well!

Muffet book and events announcement copy

Here is the  BOOK TRAILER.

Some bookmarks and activity sheets to download:

Muffet bookmarks full sheet

Muffet Maze

Muffet Hidden Animals

Muffet coloring page

Teachers, especially preschool teachers, this book is full of positional and directional words for your little ones!

The book is available at your local bookstores and online. Here is the Amazon link.

Thanks and good luck!

About the author

Iza Trapani I am a children's book author and illustrator, fan of Mother Goose and Dr. Seuss, lover of big dogs, aspiring yodeler. When not in my studio, I spend time outdoors and have climbed over many a mountain to see what I could see.

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37 Responses to Little Miss Muffet Sat on a Tuffet…Uh Oh!

  1. Holly says:

    Nothing scares me more than 2-year-olds being left in the kids’ library with no adult in sight! MUCH scarier than spiders!

  2. No visits to Ohio? Shucks 🙂 Looks like a busy tour! Have fun!

  3. Joanna says:

    Ooo maybe you’ll get to see Susanna in Poughkeepsie. So excited for this new release, Iza!

  4. Teri Miller says:

    Hi Iza, Congratulations on your new book! I love the Sheep and Wool Festival. Perhaps I will see you and Susanna there.
    I am not too wild about scorpions. I remember one time when our oldest–now in her 30s– was a toddler and she reached into the compartment of a Fisher Price alphabet toy. She had something clutched in her chubby fist. “What’s this, Mommy?” And she opened her hand to reveal a translucent scorpion. It still gives me chills to think about it.

  5. Congratulations, Iza! This is so exciting! The book (which I’ve now had the opportunity to read and admire) is wonderful! And the trailer is fun too. Wouldn’t it be fun if Joanna and Teri came to Sheep and Wool? Hope all your book signing events are hugely successful! xo

  6. Violet N. says:

    Congratulations! Your book looks gorgeous and the extras so much fun. I’m going to send a link to this page to my daughter. She’s homeschooling her oldest for Kindergarten this year and might enjoy the activities.

  7. Oh! I’m crawling with excitement about your Little Miss Muffet Release release! I love the activity sheets! Congratulations!!!

  8. Izatrapani says:

    Crawling with excitement- haha! I hope I was able to spin a good tale:-) Thanks Penny!

  9. Dana Carey says:

    Congratulations on a lovely book, Iza!
    Hmm… what critter scares me… could be anything or anyone if they creep up quietly– I tend to startle easily! But if I had to pick, I’m with Miss Muffet– spiders!

  10. Ania Krasinski says:

    You are amazing in so many ways. Congratulations.

  11. WHOOOOOOO-HOOOOOOO! Congratulations, Iza! I can’t wait to see this sweet book. Like Miss Muffet, I am terrified of spiders and especially despise daddy long legs. I just got the creeps writing that. And also jellyfish. And fish in general. And crustaceans, as long as we’re at the sea. Oh, and moths. Can you tell I grew up in the country?

    How I wish I could be at one of your book signings one day! I’m so happy for you. So what’s the NEXT project? 🙂

    • Iza Trapani says:

      Renee, we are more and more alike! All those things- especially spiders give me shudders. Thanks so much for all your support! Xoxo

  12. Matt Forrest says:

    Congratulations, Iza! Very happy for you!

  13. Julie says:

    Congratulations! I love spiders, but I worry about coming too close to a black widow – I’ve seen two in my garden (ran to get a cup the first time so I could catch it – not a good idea!). When you’re ready to add the Rockies to your tour, let me know – I’ll come to ‘see what I can see’!

  14. Oh Iza…congratulations! I am so very happy for you…and for young children everywhere!!!! As to bugs and ‘scary’ creatures…when I was a child, we lived with my grandmother in her older home in Brooklyn NY. The cellar was a real cellar…complete with dirt floor. I hated going down there because when you turned on the light, HUGE waterbugs would scurry across your path (or across your toes…yikes!)…and they were IMPOSSIBLE to kill.
    Iza, I would LOVE to review your book on my blog…I’m part of Susanna’s Perfect Picture Book Friday group where we review picture books every Friday…I always add a simple fun craft for kids…I can just imagine the fun crafts for your book!
    Oh, and I am moving back to the East Coast…New England…New Hampshire to be exact. A little bit closer to the city than Colorado was.:)

    • Iza Trapani says:

      Vivian, thanks for all the love today! I would be delighted and honored to have you review my book! Send me an email with your mailing address and we’ll send you a review copy: iza@izatrapani.com
      Water bugs- yikes!

  15. Melodye says:

    I’m here via Jama Rattigan’s Facebook post and….well, because this was one of my kids’ favorite nursery rhymes when they were little.

    The little girl next door would love this book, I think. It’s the sort of book she picks out for me to read to her when we visit the library. 🙂

    Congratulations on your publication day!

  16. Stasha says:

    You are such a generous author. I love the name of Poughkeepsie, would love to hope on the plane and listen to you read there with Julian 🙂

  17. Melissa Anderson says:

    I do not like rats. They are very creepy. Once when I lived at home one chewed through my wall. I woke up and it was sitting in the floor looking at me . Ugh:/ I love all your books

    • Iza Trapani says:

      Oh Melissa- what a nightmare! Yikes! Rats are definitely creepy. Thanks so much for stopping by and also for liking my Facebook page!

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  19. Pamela Coourtney says:

    I’m so excited for you. Congratulations! Oh, I can’t wait to share it with my group of early learners.

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