The Griftamouse and the Stardragon

A Slamto Carracas Story

by Kathleen Kellaigh

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 21/05/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 80
ISBN : 9781982224394

About the Book

Slamto Carracas is a storyteller living on the Island of Apredasi. His best friend, the Smigleybuf bear, born from the tear of a star, is the embodiment of childlike wonder and love. In this story, Slamto tells of an epic galactic battle that sends the fierce Stardragon to Apredasi, and the heroic little Griftamouse, who quietly saves the whole land. The Griftamouse and the Stardragon is a heartwarming story of a limitless friendship. Imagination breeds spectacular landscapes and creatures. As you read, or listen, to this story, draw what you see in your mind and heart! What does the Smigleybuf bear look like? How fierce is the Stardragon? What color is a Griftamouse? Each book becomes a unique creation that YOU help to create! Included in this book, is the original story of how Slamto and Smigley came to be life-long friends, and Smigley’s favorite story, The Griftamouse and the Stardragon.

About the Author

Kathleen Kellaigh directs, acts, teaches and writes. Plays she has written have been produced in NY and regionally, and she is co-founder, along with her husband, Joel Robertson, of Action Theatre Conservatory (ATC Studios), a non-profit acting studio. She was on the soap opera GUIDING LIGHT for a few years, appeared on other TV shows and films, and has traveled the world acting on stage. Ms. Kellaigh is a gifted director, mentor, and teacher who loves making a difference to students, audiences and the community. Her students have won Tony Awards, appeared on television and in major films. She enjoys reading the Slamto Carracas series to all ages, and loves to receive copies of illustrations from children and adults. Ms. Kellaigh believes that life is about creating, and that imagination is a gift children are born with and adults cherish! She may be contacted through