“Slow Moe” Asks Folks to Just Say NO to Escargot

slowmoecover18lo-dropWho Chains You Publishing welcomes April Pedersen to our author family with the release of her first book, Slow Moe: A Snail Tale.

April pulls double duty on the book, both writing and illustrating this engaging tale of a little guy who escapes the snail farm in order to seek a better life for himself.

About the Book:

Slow Moe was born into a place no snail wanted to be.

Nobody noticed the egg hatching; the youngster stretched and looked around, feeling small and all alone. He was greeted by row upon row of snails just like him, as far as the tiny eye could see.

Soon upward movement caught his gaze: a group of snails was creeping up a nearby pipe towards the ceiling! “Crawl onto my shell and we’ll get you out of here,” a young snail in the rear shouted.

notoescargotMoe decided he wanted life to be an adventure, so he latched on for parts unknown…and ended up on a journey much bigger than one little snail could imagine.

Will Moe find a safe, loving—and most of all—fun place to call his own? Find out in Slow Moe: A Snail Tale, written and illustrated by April Pedersen. This small book full of big heart is perfect for the classroom, humane education work, and family reading time for children 6 and up.

Sloe Moe is available in paperback and kindle, and coming soon in audiobook, too!

Buy in Paperback | Buy on Kindle

About the Author and Illustrator

aprilpedersenApril Pedersen is a freelancer illustrator and author based in Reno, Nevada. She is partial to frogs, snails, video poker, science fiction, geocaching, and chess.

April is the author and illustrator of Slow Moe, and the illustrator of Adopting Adele, Brave Benny, Bravo’s Freedom, Happy Dog Coloring Book, and Courageous Conner.

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