Brewing Tolerance: A MooseLamb Storybook

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$29.99  $27.89
Crass Fed Kids
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8.0 X 8.0 X 0.31 inches | 0.72 pounds

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About the Author

ELINDA DEANS' Deans Family Productions (DFP) role has grown dramatically since starting as Robert's cheerleader. Elinda has become a creative powerhouse of her own, from her FLYING PORK PRODUCTIONS recipe blog, to cookbook author, to creator and author her own line of storybooks: The MooseLambs. Her FLYING PORK mascot, Chrysaur the Flying Pigasus, has even become a regular Grand Punwick character! However, Elinda's most noteable creations are the amazing hand-made plush toys based on DFP's characters. Having crocheted since childhood, Elinda makes hard work look effortless, producing toys of great quality and huggability. She's currently planning a 2022 FLYING PORK relaunch.
J. Robert Deans has doodled all of his life. During his nearly ten-year career selling comics, he relaxed by drawing them, and started his own web comic. CRASS FED featured a cow, a penguin, and his signature sense of humor. Less than a day after being laid off, a silly idea struck: a cow lost in space. That idea became the first in the SHAKES THE COW series of picture books for young children, MOO THOUSAND AND PUN. Mid-grade spy adventures followed with the original version of the BEAR FROM AUNT series. Since then, Deans has created a series of storybooks written by his wife about MooseLambs, and a series of solo game adventures - STEER YOUR OWN STORY - based on a favorite series of books from his childhood, but starring the Deans family of characters. Deans also publishes a series of soft-boiled noir and sci-fi adventure short stories exclusively to Patreon under the brand Grand Punwick Mystery Theater: Saturday Matinee. Deans, along with his wife and Kidlet, regularly collaborate on books, toys, and comics for their Deans Family Productions (DFP). For more information about Deans, DFP, and all of his art, writing, and creations, visit
Kidlet is a typical teen, when you make allowances for one raised by someone with her father's sense of humor. Currently navigating the radically peculiar landscape of high school amongst a pandemic, Kidlet's art career is sporadic when time allows. Already showing an aptitude for coloring her father lacks, Kidlet has tried writing and painting, and is trying to find out which one fulfills the Marie Kondo edict - if any. Beyond that, Robert and Elinda are convinced Sam is just a human bernadoodle puppy.