Freddie is a fun loving, adventure seeking ferret that tends to get in over his head in whatever new adventure he discovers. In this new series, The Adventures of Freddie The Ferret, let your children's imagination run wild as they explore the human world with Freddie the Ferret, meet new friends and experience the excitement of the great outdoors from the perspective of a wild ferret. In the first installment of this series, Freddie's First Motorcycle Ride, you'll experience what it's like to be a ferret hearing new sounds in the wild, tracking with animal instincts, interacting with humans and riding a fast-moving motorcycle. Your children will be sitting on the edge of their seats through the final page. The upcoming installments will be just as exciting...maybe even more!
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|Age Range:||5 - 11 Years|
About the Author
Jeremy Hawk is first a father of two boys and second an aspiring author. Jeremy attended Auburn University and two other universities before diving into his career. As an Operations Manager and active real estate investor, he spends a great deal of time managing his business affairs. Outside of his business hours, however, he spends the great majority of his personal time raising his two children and constantly learning to be a better father. With what little time remains, he enjoys writing, traveling, hiking, mountain biking, golfing, skiing, scuba diving, and pretty much any other outdoor activity you can imagine. Though Jeremy has spent the majority of his life in the state of Alabama, he has traveled most of the United States and visited several other countries. He hopes to continue adding to that list one day, but more importantly, he hopes to afford his children similar opportunities to those of which he has been graced. Jeremy is currently working on several different concepts in the children's book arena and plans to begin self-publishing each as they're completed. He hopes to improve his writing skills and quality of text with each new book. Jeremy reads each of his books to his own children before publishing, to make sure they pass the self-imposed kid test of his own boy's approval. But, more importantly, he hopes your children are as entertained as his own to assure his time is being well spent putting each work into writing.