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    We’re excited! Pinky and pals latest adventure is here.

    Pinky Chenille and the Rainbow Hunters is a charming picture book with engaging, whimsical art and playful rhyming verse by Sharon Sayler and illustrated by Olivia Cole.

    Join Pinky Chenille and pals as they share positive messages of diversity, getting along, teamwork and persistence that will inspire your little ones.

    The gift set is $19.99 and you will receive a signed 8.5″ x 8.5″ hardcover book and a CD with twin audio readings in MP3 format made to last even the most exuberant of little ones to read over and over again.  

    The book is also available in digital Kindle version and twin audio readings in MP3 format on CD and Ipad video formats.

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    Pinky Pal Coloring Pages

    Pinky Pal Coloring Pages

    Free printable Pinky adventures coloring pages for children that you can print out and color. Coloring pages are beneficial to a child’s development as they allow for playful self-expression.

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    Pinky’s Printable Activities

    Pinky’s Printable Activities

    Pinky’s Printable Activities encourage children to continue their learning through special puzzles, mazes, color and picture matching, and more… our worksheets address age 3-6 skills in a variety of ways.

    Pinky Activities
    Share Experiences

    Share Experiences

    Pinky’s After Reading Guide to Conversation and Crafts gives deeper learning through sharing young readers’ own experiences of getting along, working together, friendship, persistence, and teamwork.

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    She wanted to hear it over and over again

    “…I read Pinky Chenille and the Rainbow Hunters to my almost four-year-old granddaughter and she wanted to hear it over and over again. I was pleased with the lesson she was learning about friends getting along and the need to be nice to everyone by working together. She enjoyed the rhymes and thought Pinky and the Princess were great. It was a lovely bedtime story and gave her a chance to ask questions about her behavior as well as her friends. Author Sharon Sayler has put together all of the elements to grab the attention of a young child reader and offer a fun story with a good lesson. There are activities at the end of the story connected to the theme and great for children who are just learning and those who know how to read. This is a winner and one I will be sharing with my granddaughter over the next several years.”

    ~ Trudi LoPreto for Readers’ Favorite

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