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Here's what parents are saying 

about MarMooWorks books.

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A Hullabaloo of Hippos

Two hippos having a hullaballo from A Hullabaloo of Hippos. Cover design by Sam Moodey

"It is a wonderfully whimsical book 

that tickles the tongue with memorable language . . . 

An alphabet book like other!"


-- Laurie Root,  Senior Vice President & Director

of Dolly Parton Imagination Library, 

United Way, Erie, PA


When the Camel Sneezed

Zara announces she has make the camel her Dromedary King. Cover design by Sam Moodey

A great story about how to cross  
that "great divide, rather than making it wider.    


 -- Joyce Miller, Ph.D Keystone Research Corporation

Goin' Explorin'

The setting for Sir SR's adventures. Cover design by Justin Wisniewski

". . .a book for readers of any age. The author has the gift of opening readers’ eyes to endless possibilities." 


-- Dr. Rosemary Omniewski, Professor Emeritus

Edinboro University

A Hero at Three

Pirate and sea creatures from A Hero at Three. Cover design  by Cindda Vallone

Mary  enlivens language and captures  the essence of childhood adventure  Children will love the rhythm and tempo  of words and feel the story in their bones.  


-- Dr. Dale Irving, Western Australia

Christopher Counts The Constellations

While riding Pegasus, Christopher soars from Earth to Mars. Cover design by Jude Shingle

A delightful introduction to the constellations

as seen through the eyes of a young child 

filled with wonderment and imagination. 


-- Beth Eubank, Harding Elementary School, Erie, PA

Goin' Explorin'

Mary reads a section of Goin' Explorin' at the Erie Irish Festival.

An excellent book! Readers will enjoy  

fun vocabulary words, and Stephen Ryan's 

songs. Wait until they find out out the origin 

of the book's title, Goin’ Explorin’: 

Fffffft, Fffffft, and Off They Go!


-- Nancy Anderson, Past President 

of Keystone State Reading Association

A Boy's Book Review

"Wow, this is a really great book,"
a boy says while reading aloud
Sheldon and the Hot-Nosed Husky.

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A Hero at Three

Mary holds a young hero sporting a Heroic T while the mother smiles with her new purchase.

A Hero at Three sings in the ears.
Books like this, when read again and again
by parent & child, guarentees
the child will grow into a
lover of language and reading.


— John Taylor Waldorf teacher, Western Australia

Expect the Unexpected!

A hippo dances while holding onto one of his mates while the armadillo calculates mass.

. . . syncopation for the imagination. 

Expect the unexpected in a most delightful way. 

Surprising ear-candy on every page! 


-- Roberta Barilla, Assistant Professor of Education, Gannon University

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A young boy discovers the mysteries 

of the night sky and the magic of his name 

by exploring the constellations, "every night 

before drifting off to sleep."


A young boy discovers the mysteries 

of the night sky and the magic of his name 

by exploring the constellations, "every night 

before drifting off to sleep."


A young boy discovers the mysteries 

of the night sky and the magic of his name 

by exploring the constellations, "every night 

before drifting off to sleep."