The Pickleman from Bickleton!
Trade Paperback: 978-0-9980365-2-6 • Ebook: 978-0-9980365-4-0
Price: $9.95 • Ebook: $5.99
Publication Date: 2023
Here comes The Pickleman from Bickleton! with poems packed with veggies everyone loves. A sourpuss named Bruce, and his goofy goose named Zeus turn a boy’s pickle making loose. You’ll crack up and crunch ’em in bunches with Mr. Tickleman and the dancing pigs of Tiggity Rig—not to mention the Wiggleton Wrangler and One-Eyed Jack from Nyack in his kayak—all on the road to Laffland in the perpetual state of Joy. Enjoy this sweetly illustrated book with cool ’cumbers galore. It’s a jar full of wiggles and giggles that will keep you coming back for more!
Coloring Book: 978-0-9666910-7-8
Publication Date: 2024
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Young readers with a sense of humor and ear for rhyme will enjoy the lighthearted fun to be found in The Pickleman from Bickleton!
—BookLife Review (July 2023)
Combines a fun, rhyming story with real-world facts about vegetables—and pickles. If you like a good story, Pickleman is the story for you.
— Peggy Woodard, The Goldendale Sentinel
I love this crunchy tale! The Pickleman has put Bickleton on the map! I look forward to more adventures, more crunch and the biggest pickle harvest ever. Uncle Peter has done it again. Story telling at its best, and, yes, absolutely read this aloud to every single pickle lover in your life.
— Bill Hoke, Creative Director, author, and pickle lover
I like that it discusses how important pollination is in the food cycle, and addresses preserving food. A lot of good talking points can come from the story, with a lot of fun rhyming going on. Love the illustrations!
— Marletta Iwasyk, Seattle Public Schools