Fred’s faithful giraffe friend, and often navigator (since he is so tall) is asking “why do I not have a name like Fred?” Actually, not like Fred, that would be too confusing. He would like an impressive name, like Archibald or Skyscraper….. BUT, what he would REALLY like is to receive suggestions from children, so
Reviewed By Daniel D Staats July 2021 Come meet Fred the Snake. Fred has a great friend named Jungle Jim. Jungle Jim brings some friends to see Fred. Together they go to visit and explore Charleston, SC. Peter B. Cotton shares their adventures in his book When Fred the Snake
Now that Fred and friends have returned home safely after their camping trip, they are wondering where to go and what to do next. Some readers came up with these ideas Fred enjoying Christmas Fred enjoying US national holidays Fred exploring our capital, Washington, DC Fred exploring the capitals cities of Europe Fred exploring the
NO, he was not! I was 47 years old when I arrived in USA and discovered that I was named after a rabbit. I could not understand why shop people and others fell over laughing when I gave my name, and started singing about hopping along a bunny trail at Easter. But surely Beatrix Potter
Happy to announce a limited time special offer, sets of all Fred books discounted 25% Hardback at $88, softcover at $38 Signed copies available at www.drpetercotton.com
Delighted to say that Fred #6 is now available in hardback, softcover and ebook formats Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1647042399 B&N: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/when-fred-the-snake-and-friends-go-camping-peter-b-cotton/1137874660?ean=2940162733133 iTunes: http://books.apple.com/us/book/id1536163879Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/when-fred-the-snake-and-friends-go-camping
Bonnie has finished the illustrations, which are brilliant, as always. Cristina is melding them with the text and we will be publishing shortly. Here is the gang setting up camp and hang gliding!
Welcome to my new web site, designed to showcase my books about Fred the snake. There are now six of them, and another in development “When Fred the Snake and Friends go camping”. The books are aimed at young children (ages 3-8), and many have some hidden educational message, like how (not) to cross the