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Hi! My name is Sammy, and I am a teddy bear.

My human is a little boy named Gregory Green.

He’s at school right now, so he doesn’t know I am taking over Elaine Kaye’s website.

Ssh! Can you keep my secret?

You can? Yay!

 

 

sammy's adventures  fun extras  sammy's ties

Well, I better let Elaine Kaye introduce herself.

Thank you, Sammy. That is kind of you.

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This is Sammy the Teddy Bear again. I removed Elaine Kaye’s real photo, because this is how I see her…ANIMATED. Like me!

Elaine Kaye is the author of A Gregory Green Adventure Series. She first created Gregory Green after her son, who loved her homemade pea soup, thus inspiring the story Pea Soup Disaster. He had a Cabbage Patch doll named Sammy, and that’s how Sammy the teddy bear came to be.

 

Kaye has worked as a library assistant and teacher’s assistant in elementary schools in the Sunshine State. She currently lives in Florida, but she has called Michigan; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Okinawa, Japan home. She is a grandmother of three boys.

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AWARD!

finalist-shiny-web mom2019 Readers’ Favorite Award Contest Finalist – Pea Soup Disaster – Children – Social Issues genre! ‬

 

NEW RELEASE:

cover-01The paper alphabet letters in Gregory Green’s classroom have gone missing, and it’s up to him and his friends to find those missing letters. They go on a hunt through the school, hoping to find them. They spot letters next to things that start with those letters, like B for Bananas in the cafeteria. But will they be able to find the entire alphabet?

The Missing Alphabet is a great story for children learning to associate letters with objects, and four activities throughout the book will further help children to get familiar with the alphabet.

General Age Range – Kids 5-8 (Story Picture Book)

EBOOK: AMAZON / NOOK / KOBO / SMASHWORDS

PRINT: AMAZON

 

A Gregory Green Adventure Series:

Pea Soup Disaster Cover
“Bullying is not fun and, with colorful illustration and interesting characters, the author handles the topic in a simple manner, giving a clear message about how the color of one’s skin is not important.” – Readers’ Favorite (5-Star Review)
Doctor Mom Cover
“Tutors and educators can use it in classrooms and school libraries for read aloud sessions.” – Readers’ Favorite (5-Star Review)
Halloween Ride Cover
“This is a perfect story for children and it will make them imagine, dream, and become adventurous. The illustrations are whimsical and they bring out the spookiness and eeriness of the adventure.” – Readers’ Favorite (5-Star Review)