Join local author Heather Preusser Saturday May 20 at 11am for a fun-filled, late spring storytime! She'll read her book A Symphony of Cowbells, inspired by Swiss cow festivals and parades! This storytime will be held at Niwot Children's Park (weather permitting).
Petra just loves spring in Gimmelwald. Each season she and her family lead their prize dairy cows into the pastures to graze and each cow wears her own jingling, jangling, clanging bell. What a symphony! But when Petra's favorite cow, Effie, loses her bell the whole herd is out of harmony and refuses to move. Will Petra be able to find Effie's bell before it's too late? With charming illustrations, this whimsical story is sure to delight children and adults alike.
Heather Preusser is the author of the forthcoming HEDGEHOG WHODUNIT chapter book series about a sleepy hedgehog and tireless rat solving animal antics in City Zoo, to be illustrated by Gal Weizman and published by Andrews McMeel beginning in 2024. Her picture book, A SYMPHONY OF COWBELLS, illustrated by Eileen Ryan Ewen, was released by Sleeping Bear Press in 2017. When she’s not writing, Heather is playing in the mountains with her husband and son or curling up with a book. She was born and raised in Maine, went to college in Massachusetts, lived in Germany for two years, and now calls Colorado home.