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Carol Holmgren’s New Book, “There’s a Monster in My Tummy,” Centers Around Tommy, a Young Boy Who Believes the Hunger Growls from His Stomach Are a Terrible Monster

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Lake City, MN, December 30, 2022 –(PR.com)– Fulton Books author Carol Holmgren, a loving mother and lifelong storyteller who started an in-home childcare facility and cared for children for over forty years, has completed her most recent book, “There’s a Monster in My Tummy”: a charming tale about a young boy named Tommy who thinks there’s a monster in his stomach whenever he hears it growl.

“I had many children enrolled in my childcare facility, all with different wants and needs,” writes Holmgren. “One child in particular was constantly hungry. Within an hour after breakfast, he would want something to eat. He told me his tummy was growling. I told him he needed to tame the monster in his tummy. He then told me that he could only tame it if he fed the monster; therefore, it became a game with him when he was hungry. It wasn’t long until all the children claimed they had a monster in their tummy and needed something…

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