Cher is truly an inventor of mischievous adventures. Her antics get her into a lot of trouble both at school and at home. From hurling mud at those passing by, to hanging upside-down out of a window, to putting her little friend in handcuffs, Cher incently finds herself in the midst of chaos. How Cher's life changes as a result of meeting a lonely old woman and a stray dog is miraculous. Cher Bear is a great book for parents and grandparents to read to children. As the children relate to some of the incidents, they will want to then read the book themselves. Cher Bear is a striking example of how acceptance and love can change the lives of those around us.
Mary Murawski is a native of a small town in north central Pennsylvania where she spends part of her time. The other part is spent in Florida. Mary has taught elementary children for over thirty years. Her understanding of children has developed as Q result of teaching children from varied backgrounds. She has also worked in the counseling field, as well as being a mother and grandmother. Sharing her love of children with others has lead to, the publishing of Cher Bear. The episodes were inspired by her many grandchildren as well as stories 'that were passed down from teachers at the school where she taught. Cher Bear is her first published book.