Gift Bundle: Montauk Mike
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This is a MUST HAVE book bundle for all East End youngsters, featuring four Montauk Mike books.Inspired by a shark sighting while on vacation, Nina Ross created Montauk Mike, a very lonely shark who lives in the ocean near Montauk, NY. All the Montauk Mike books feature stunning, original water-color artwork.
In Montauk Has a Very Hungry Shark, Mike has a very big wish: To find himself the perfect dish! Toddlers and young readers will delight in Mike’s adventures as he dons a disguise and travels the towns and villages of Long Island’s East End in search of the perfect ice-cream sundae.
In Montauk Has a Very Lonely Shark, Mike returns in a second adventure. Join him in his quest to find a friend of his very own. Readers join Mike as he sets out to find his one and only friend: the Girl in the Pink Dress. As he travels the waterways of the East End, Mike meets a variety of animals, some helpful and some not.
In Montauk Has a Very Lucky Shark, join Mike on his quest to identify a tiny treasure he finds on the ocean floor, which he fondly calls a “smoon.” Follow along as Mike heads ashore to find out what the “smoon” could be. But Mike's luck suddenly changes when his treasure goes missing. Will his friend, the Girl in the Pink Dress, help Mike to find it and learn what it is?
Lastly, in Montauk Mike's Very First Christmas!, Mike celebrates his very first Christmas! Join Mike, The Girl in the Pink Dress, Sparrow, and the rest of their farmyard friends, as they have new adventures and learn how to overcome obstacles. Beautifully illustrated, Montauk Mike’s Very First Christmas! is a festive tale about the meaning of friendship and giving.
Nina Ross, author and illustrator of the Montauk Mike Adventure Series for children 2-6 years of age, studied Visual Arts and Creative Writing at Ithaca College, and received an MA in Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a resident of Sag Harbor, NY.