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Adventures of the Courtly Cottontails, Vol. 3

by Lisa Chistenson |

Announcing the upcoming release of the Adventures of the Courtly Cottontails. Art cards, greeting cards, Photo Traders, and loose, matted, and framed prints of the adorable cottontails illustrated by Lisa Loucks-Christenson are available in stores carrying the Lisa Loucks-Christenson Product Line. Vol. 1 is in development, this volume features the births to leaving the nest, though expectedly, to their new...

New Exclusive Ebook: Hallowink's in the Haunted Carnival, Vol. 4, Hallowink Hollow Series

by Lisa Chistenson |

The Hallowink's in the Haunted Carnival, Hallowink Hollow Series, Volume 4

Don't Eat Bees! Release: 12/23/2019 Get a free Photo Trader Card with in-store purchase

by Lisa Chistenson |

HEAVEN CAN REST! Available December 21, 2020 www.HeavenCanRest.com Publisher: Bow Wow Detectives® imprint of Book Entree™  *While supplies last DON'T EAT BEES!  Written and Illustrated in original drawings in pastel by Lisa Loucks-Christenson Release: 12/23/2019   DON'T EAT BEES! Dale, the bee-eating German Shepherd, hits pay dirt when he unwittingly snatches up a tasty queen...

Day 7 Inktober Sketchstory by Lisa Loucks-Christenson

by Lisa Loucks Christenson |

This is the last posting before the book, Hallowink Hollow: Rescue Me is released at the end of the month. The Hallowinks have uncovered another clue, what does the “C” mean and is this some sort of code in the lettered clues?

Day 6, Inktober 2019

by Lisa Loucks Christenson |

Suddenly, an old man appeared with a Bloodhound in tow, who were they searching for and was the “I” on the hat a clue to the “who”?

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