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The Gracie Press Newsletter - Time For Vacation!

The Gracie Press Newsletter - Time For Vacation!
I think this week’s illustration says it all! We grabbed our inflatable pool toys and put on our flip-flops and have been on a little vacation since the last issue of our newsletter. (No, we do not have a pool, but that doesn’t keep us from having pool toys if we want them!) We will be returning very soon with new illustrations and stories.

A Drawing Of Pearl From Summer 2019
A Drawing Of Pearl From Summer 2019
Until Next Time…
Thank you so much for your kindness towards all of us here at The Gracie Press Newsletter. The first few months of this newsletter have been more successful than we could have ever imagined!
We have included a Dropbox link below that you can use to download today’s graphic. It can be a good reminder to give yourself a vacation from time to time. Even if you just put on your vacation flip-flops and putter around your home with an inflatable pool toy!
Feel free to use this as a screen saver or print it out as a poster or share with others however you’d like. In fact, since there is no story in this issue, maybe you’d like to use it to write your own story! Perhaps you can come up with some amazingly creative ideas for “What Pearl Did On Her Summer Vacation!”
You can also forward this issue, like all of our issues, to someone who might appreciate a little vacation time as well!
Thanks so much for reading—
and for flip-flopping with us!
John, Gracie, Bessie, Blanche, Pearl, Emily, and Amelia
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John Spiers (with help from Gracie)

The Gracie Press Newsletter brings you the latest news, stories, illustrations, special offers, and free gifts from Gracie, Bessie, Blanche, Pearl, Emily, and Amelia. They are the inspiration behind all of the books published under The Gracie Press imprint.

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