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By: Brockton Moutray

Ma’s Apple Pie

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Have you ever found yourself tossing and turning on your bed unable to get some much-needed shut-eye because the deafening silence of the night suddenly sounds like a jamboree? People snore, cats meow, crickets cry, dogs bark, birds chirp, your bed creaks, and your stomach growls. Have you ever tossed and turned because you couldn’t stop thinking of that delicious homemade pie just waiting to be devoured?


Pip, a chubby mouse with floppy ears and a drooping tummy, who only stops eating when his arms get tired, devours an entire apple pie in the middle of the night. Feeling like a swollen tube of toothpaste, Pip rolls off the windowsill and falls into a magical world where an unforgettable journey awaits. This begins an inconceivable friendship, a delightful fantasy, a vivid adventure, and a magical journey. Will unrelenting teamwork, unyielding commitment, unshakable friendship, and a host of zany and unforgettable characters help Pip back to his warm comfy bed where he can feel snug as a bug and get some much-needed shuteye?

Ma’s Apple Pie is the second book in the trilogy. It is a story of fantasy and magic that promises to knock your socks off.

Brockton Moutray lives with his wife, Sonia, and their three children, Alyssa, Adrienne, and Joseph, in beautiful Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. Brockton dreams his stories and writes his dreams. He enjoys crafting magical, adventurous tales that transport readers into magical lands and introduce them to wacky and zany characters that remain with them forever and ever and ever. His wish is that his writing puts a smile on every reader’s face and that his stories teach the world the importance of friendship. Brockton is a very proud Canadian who loves to travel, exploring different corners of the world, and making new friends. He has a weakness for different foods and claims to stop eating only when his arms get tired. When he’s not writing or teaching or eating, he loves spending time with his pet dog, Louie, and his two pet cats, Tangles and Kiwi. He’s presently thinking of getting a fourth pet, maybe a peculiar parrot or a lazy lizard or a rascally raccoon or a busy beaver or a friendly frog or a grumpy goat or a plump pig or maybe a magical mouse.  

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