Mr. Green and Mr. Blue's Party at the Zoo

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What would happen if animals in a zoo had a party? Mr. Green and Mr. Blue loved animals and decided it would be fun to treat the animals a party in the zoo. This is a wonderful rhyming story about how it might be if a party was held for all the animals living the zoo.It was a great day for all who were attended and even more fun for Mr. Green and Mr. Blue. This story offers an inside look at the fun to be had when the animals were free to roam and play together. It describes the activities of the different animals as they celebrated the fun and excitement with beautiful illustrations by the authors aunt, Beth Dupree, who gave each animal their own character and expressions.

About the Author

Author Name : Perry Dupree Anderson

     Perry Anderson grew up in the small town of Ashland, LA, and now resides in Athens, LA, with his wife Kim where they raised their three sons, Jake, Ethan and Tyler. After earning a degree in physical and elementary education from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, LA, Anderson spent 30 years teaching and working with children of all ages serving as a teacher, principal and program coordinator. He has now retired and currently serves as a local pastor within the United Methodist Church. Anderson has always and still does consider himself a big kid and has a passion of helping young children learn.

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