New in 2019: Beverlee Beaz, The Brown Burmese by Regan W. H. Macaulay

Have you had a chance to read or take a look at Mixter Twizzle’s Breakfast? Well, we think Regan W. H. Macaulay did a masterful job with that children’s book and now we are pleased to announce that we’ll be re-launching one of Regan’s early works; Beverlee Beaz, The Brown Burmese.

This children’s picture book is a new edition featuring beautiful art by Alex Zgud. The story follows a cat named Beverlee Beaz who lives with her humans and uses her wild imagination to go on a series of adventures where she meets regular farm and forest animals who, in her mind, appear to be so much more!

Beverlee Beaz, the brown Burmese, longs for adventure and has the powerful imagination to make it happen. On a lovely, but otherwise ordinary day, she seeks excitement among the forests and fields surrounding her home. The ordinary suddenly becomes extraordinary in the eyes of this wildly creative little brown cat.

Follow Beverlee on her adventure through the forest, over the hills… and into the world of her imagination!

Interested in Beverlee Beaz, The Brown Burmese? The new edition will launch officially on April 17, 2019 and pre-order will begin mid-march.

rhcmacaulay-headshotUntil then, here’s a little bit about the author:

Regan writes novels, short stories, children’s literature and scripts. Writing is her passion, but she’s also a producer and director of theatre, film and television. She is an animal enthusiast as well, which led her to become a certified canine (and feline) massage therapist.

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