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Denise Flagg, Author 

“THERE ARE MANY LITTLE WAYS TO ENLARGE YOUR CHILD’S WORLD.
LOVE OF BOOKS IS THE BEST OF ALL.”
- Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Customer Testimonials

Klaus' First Winter

This sweet, simple story offers so much to a young child. The gentle rhythm of the author's words reveals an enriching discovery of vocabulary, the changing of seasons the wildlife around us, the care of a family pet - the very art of learning!

Eileen O'Brien Poole, The Gordon School East Providence, Rhode Island

Klaus, the inquisitive dog, returns in this charming Christmas story. People of all ages will enjoy reading this unique story of how  Pebbles helps Klaus discover the true meaning of Christmas.

Sharon Chambers, 1st Grade Teacher, Scared Heart School

Christmas with Klaus
The  writer, Denise Colantonio Flagg, captures  the human spirit in a well-written children's book. Denise depicts the preparation of Christmas through the curious eyes of a dog. I highly endorse  this book to anybody who works with children, as well as other Christian professionals  in school  systems. I believe that this book offers a comprehensive teaching moment for children, while supporting a Christian message, and I would  highly recommend this book to those who want to offer children the ability to capture  the meaning of Christmas, particularly those children enrolled in a  Christian based school.
                                              Dr. Jo-Ann Petrucci Andrews, Marriage and Family Therapist

Klaus' First Winter

I purchased "Klaus First Winter" written by Denise Flagg for a Christmas gift for my grandchildren. I read it before I wrapped it and fell in love with it. I couldn't wait to give it to my grandchildren, and have mom and dad read it to them, needless to say, they loved it. It became their favorite bedtime story. A very warm and informative book for children to learn about the changing seasons and it's effect on animals

Marie Pugliese