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Book By Author:  M.R. Everette

Beau Bear: The Fible of the Hidden Blue Treasure
 Beau Bear: The Fible of the Hidden Blue Treasure
 Cookietwist Publishing LLC
 “Beau Bear: The Fible of the Hidden Blue Treasure” is the second eBook in the Fibles Adventure Series. A Fible (pronounced (fib·el) is a story with an untruth. This adventure story is about a little bear who takes a journey to Blue Island. His cousin, who lives on the island, fears mysterious things are happening. Young children and adults alike will enjoy the kind and good-natured Beau Bear as he figures out the mystery of Blue Island. Beau Bear, along with his best friend and traveling companion Wheelburro, learn about the folklore of Blue Island and how it got the name from the old pirate Captain Blue Fox. The island is said to hold the hidden Blue treasure. While the mystery unfolds, Beau Bear and Wheelburro become separated on the island. Friendships get tested in their quest to uncover the truth about Blue Island and the hidden Blue treasure. “Beau Bear: The Fible of the Hidden Blue Treasure” adventure story imparts the values of friendship, caring, and the acceptance of others whom they are not familiar with. This wonderful eBook comes with 15 colorful illustrations that visually help narrate the story. Young children and adults alike will be entertained by Wheelburro and the eBook’s cast of characters. Recommended for children ages 4-6.
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Another grand adventure with Beau Bear and this time, pirates!


The second in the series of children’s books, Beau Bear: The Fible of the Hidden Blue Treasure by M.R. Everette, takes Beau Bear and his best friend and side kick, Wheelburro, to the Bering Sea in search of treasure. The story began on a dock where the two boarded a ferry to go across rough water to Blue Island where Beau Bear’s cousin, Kodi Bear, lived. Kodi Bear had contacted Beau Bear saying that something strange was happening on the island and Beau, the ever helping cousin, decided to investigate. Right off the bat, Wheelburro was concerned because scared passengers were leaving the ferry. A couple of dock rats and a crow were acting suspicious as they took their luggage into the hold of the ferry. On the island things only got weirder as they found out about a pirate, Captain Blue Fox, whose ship went down near the island and it was believed a treasure had been buried there and protected by ghost pirates.

Later on Beau Bear was separated from Wheelburro and Kodi Bear by falling into a fast river and this is where some other fun characters came into play with frightened otters, a friendly Sasquatch and of course the ghost pirates. Would Beau Bear get back to his friend and cousin? Would the mystery of the treasure be solved? Take your child on adventure tonight!

If you haven’t read the first of the series, Beau Bear : The Fible of the Great Red Forest, it is a great book to introduce your children to the adventurous quirky pair. The author, M. R. Everette, continues with these two main characters and teaches lessons about friendship and believing in hope when things look dire in an entertaining and funny story. He is definitely a seasoned story teller that paints a picture even without pictures, but not to worry! It is full of vibrate illustrations that will engage your child. I get a kick out of the facial expressions of the characters on each page. Hopefully the author will take Beau Bear and Wheelburro to other parts of our wonderful world in some more adventurous fibles.


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M.R. Everette Author:  M.R. Everette


M.R. Everette is the author and illustrator of the Fibles Series of children's eBooks (the Adventure Series and the Learning Series). A Fible (pronounced fib·el) is a story with an untruth. The premise of a Fible begins with a trivial or childish untruth on a topic in a fictional story. In a Fible, the character seeks to find a truth to the untruth. In the end, it's the character's act or deed that promotes a kindness or goodness. A Fable on the other hand, conveys a moral which concerns a right or wrong behavior. I hope this helps give an understanding of what a Fible is, versus a Fable.

M.R. Everette is a graduate of Arizona State University’s school of business where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management. After completing his degree, he went on to become a marketing director, web designer, and author.

In addition, he has also created an Indie publishing company called Cookietwist Publishing LLC.

Have fun and read the Fibles Series of eBooks aloud!