The Story Of Maury

Maury Chris Moose has his worst nightmares come to life when G.R. Inchworm invades Jingle Bell Block. In order to save his Christmas-loving forest, Maury and his friends must band together and prevent the construction of the new Bar Hum Bug. Will a parody of the 12 Days of Christmas provide Maury the guidance needed to clean up Forest Noel and run G.R. Inchworm out of town?  Or will the bugs litter the forest with their New York Slimes newspapers and their Pus Weekly magazines?

This Christmas chapter book mixes adult humor with childhood whimsy to create a story that kids and parents will love reading together. A survey, conducted by Harris Interactive, found that only one in three parents read bedtime stories with their children every night, and 50 percent of parents say their children spend more time with TV or video games than with books. Maury C. Moose and The Forest Noel hopes to help reverse those statistics by providing content for the entire family to enjoy together.

About The Author

Adam Baker is a Arizona native who likes pretzel bread, sleepwalking & lists that include three examples. He first wrote a published story at age 3. The story was titled “Batman & Ghostbusters” and by published we mean that his mom stapled a few pages together and called it a book. This helped create a love for writing. Adam is excited to have Maury C. Moose and The Forest Noel be his first book published by an actual company and not “stapled-by-mom publishing, Inc.”

If you are interested in reading more from Adam, you can check out his work at Attention.Land.

Maury C Moose No Background copy

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