Fort Worth, Texas book publisher, Intense Publications announces the release of “Mrs. P., Who Stole My Keys?”, the second book of the 30-book Mrs. P. series by award-winning authors, Lacie Carpenter and Thornton Cline.
In the middle grade reader book, Mrs. P. and her students return to school from their holiday break only to find more pranksters on the loose in her classroom. Mrs. P. is pranked with a hologram of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the Ghost of Avery Middle School and with the mother of them all–her keys mysteriously disappear for weeks. Ella, Lennox, Stella and Austin team up to investigate and uncover the identity of the secret prankster who is constantly disrupting Mrs. P.’s class.
Ever since his mother signed him up for piano lessons, Thornton Cline has been writing non-stop. With over 1,000 published songs, 150 recorded songs, 32 adult, YA and children’s books published, Thornton Cline has been nominated multiple times for Grammy and Dove Awards. Cline’s songs have appeared in TV and film. Cline has been honored with “Songwriter of the Year” twice-in-a-row by the Tennessee Songwriters Association and has received a platinum award for certified sales of over one million album units in Europe. He won the first place Maxy Literary Award 2017 for Children’s Book of the Year”, and has had his songs recorded by Engelbert Humperdinck, Gloria Gaynor, Rebecca Holden, Gary Puckett, Tim Murphy, Mylecka, Ray Peterson, Tammy Trent, Billy and Sarah Gaines, The Anchormen, Amber Thompson, Luckie Boy and Matt Newton among others.
With a love for music, literature, and the obscure-Lacie Carpenter finds joy and solace in writing. With three degrees, working on two more, and several Fiddler of the Year awards; her passions lie in music and writing. Her performances and writing reflect her zest for excitement and intrigue. She is a published author with Hal Leonard and Intense Publishing. Carpenter is a music specialist, psychology professor, avid YouTuber, Vlogger, and has a love for baking and traveling. An award-winning fiddler, multi-instrumentalist, and singer/songwriter, Lacie enjoys passing on her knowledge to others. She has spoken on and moderated many panels at conventions such as NAMM and Music Cities Convention in Chengdu, China. She calls Nashville, TN her home and is grateful to be able to live out her dreams as an artist.
17-year-old Nashville student, Lily Grace Jackson is the illustrator of “Mrs. P., Who Stole My Keys?”.
Carpenter and Cline’s new middle grade reader book will be available February 1 at Barnes and Noble, Books-A-Million, Amazon, Intense Publications, and everywhere where fine books are sold.
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