Today – March 30th – is a great day to go take a walk in the park. Hmmm… come to think of it, every day is a good day for a park walk. After all, adventure awaits!
We’re thrilled to share the news about KeeKee’s Big Adventures first international publishing deal! >^..^<
Paris, Rome and Athens went on sale in China at the end of 2016 from CITIC Press Group. They are translated into Simplified Chinese and available on Amazon China and in bookstores!
They’ve done a cool 3-pack of the books in hardcover with a foldable city pocket guide to go with each book.
So cool to see them translated in Chinese and see their promotional materials promoting them!
Yay KeeKee!! >^..^<
For the true KeeKee fans, we have a template so you can carve your pumpkin with a witch image of KeeKee! And, a Halloween coloring page! Enjoy!
Download KeeKee Coloring Page [PDF]
KeeKee Pumpkin Carving Template and Instructions [PDF}
Amsterdam has landed…it’s time to celebrate!!
Join us for this exciting event at the Delegation of the European Union in Washington, DC AND it’s part of the 2016 Kids Euro Festival!
Sunday, November 6, 1:00-3:00pm, RSVP here
We are SO excited to share our brand new book with you, the fourth in the KeeKee’s Big Adventures series.
You can order your signed copy here on our site. It’s also available in your local book stores, on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Hoera!!
Details on our U.S. Launch Party coming soon! >^..^<
Color KeeKee at the beach building a sandcastle. On the opposite side of the coloring page, you may draw your own scene! Happy coloring!
[Summer Coloring Page, PDF]
Want to decorate your computer or iPad background? Here’s a desktop background of KeeKee flying over Paris, France. Enjoy!
[click to download, 3MB jpg image]
We love the Springtime with all of the flowers in bloom, especially the cherry blossoms!
From the end of March to early May, sakura (cherry blossom) bloom all over Japan. The Japanese annual flower-viewing celebration is called hanami. When the blossoms are in bloom, people gather with friends and family under the trees to celebrate the flowers. The cherry blossom represents the beauty of life and how delicate it is.
In 1912, Japan gave 3,000 sakura trees as a gift to the United States to celebrate the nations’ friendship. Every Spring the celebrate the gift, the National Cherry Blossom Festival takes place in Washington, DC. The grand finale each year is Sakura Matsuri, the Japanese street festival, the largest one-day celebration of Japanese culture in the United States.
Enjoy this special edition KeeKee Coloring Page celebrating the cherry blossoms! >^..^<