weird noises in the nightBlurb:

Weird noises in the night send the imaginations of three young girls soaring. Is it the rain, a dragon, an alien from outer space, or a ghost? As Olivia and her best friends seek the source of the sound, they discover that the truth is not as scary as their imaginations.
Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing
Illustrator: Eugene Ruble
Print ISBN: 9781616336066;1616336064
eBook ISBN: 9781616336073;1616336072
Ages: 6-9
About the Author:
weird noises in the night
Most of the time, you’ll find Beverly in front of her computer, writing the stories little voices whisper in her ear. When she’s not writing, she takes long walks and snaps pictures of clouds, wild flowers, birds and deer. To some of her friends, she is affectionately known as the “Bug Lady” because she rescues butterflies, moths, walking sticks, and praying mantis from her cats.

For twenty-two years Beverly taught children in grades two through five how to read and write. They taught her patience. Now, she teaches a women’s Sunday school class at her church. To relax she plays the piano. Her cats don’t appreciate good music and run and hide when she tickles the ivories.

For a chance to win a PDF or Paperback copy of the book answer the question: What do you think the weird noise is that the girls hear? 


7 thoughts on “WEIRD NOISES IN THE NIGHT by Beverly Stowe McClure ~ COVER REVEAL”

  1. Thanks for the cover reveal for my new book, Melanie. It’s partly based on a true, sort of, story.
    Have fun with the contest.
    Also, have a lovely day, everyone.

  2. It’s always a pleasure to host you here, Beverly. 🙂 Your book sounds interesting – especially now that you’ve revealed it’s partly based on a sort of true story.

    I’m interested to find out what the weird noise is and what suggestions the readers will come up with in their comments.

  3. The cover is great, isn’t it. Shawn, do you have any idea what the weird noises might be?

    Tree branch scratching against the window? Bats in the belfry? Squirrels in the attic? An old furnace rattling in the basement when it cuts in?

    Are you up to dropping a hint or two, Beverly?

  4. OK, since you twisted my arm. When you read the book you get a clue. Here’s the sound the girls hear: WHOOSH…SWISH…GURGLE…GURGLE
    Does that help?
    Hi Shawn. Thanks for stopping by.

  5. Whoosh… swish… gurgle… gurgle. Sounds like noisy plumbing but I think that’s too easy. Guess I’ll have to wait and read the book.

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