Covenant Creek Kids: The Mystery of Granddaddy Meek (Book 1) by Whitney White

Book 1: The Covenant Creek Kids: The Mystery of Granddady Meek
By Whitney White
Illustrated by Kimberly Merritt

Instead of staying home or going to summer camp like their friends, Brennan and Addison are spending part of their summer vacation with their great-grandparents, Mama D and Granddaddy Meek, but they have a feeling Granddaddy Meek doesn't want them around.

In spite of his brusque demeanor, when Granddaddy Meek catches them rummaging around an old chest hidden away in the closet, he begins to share with them why he loves America so much. In the process, they find a new love for a real American hero.



Suggested Ages 7-12
Hardcover; 47 pages
SKU: WW1BK
$12.99

About the Author:

Whitney White is the author of Don't Swallow the Baby Jesus, Kids are Like Christmas Trees, and Who Left Jesus in the Box? She is a full-time mom and homeschoool teacher for her four lively, God-fearing, outdoor-loving boys. Whitney holds a degree in Special Education from Mississippi State University.

 

About the Illustrator:

Kimberly Merritt lives in Danbury, New Hampshire, where she serves in ministry with her husband, a pastor. She has homeschooled their four children while finding time to illustrate 40 Christian children's books. Kim also enjoys creating works of fine art.

 

 

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