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  Jack’s life is pretty good, but sometimes he shows his scrunchy face. 

Find out who sees Jack’s scrunchy face and the one person who never sees
Jack’s scrunchy face..only his happy face! 

See your face, too, in the mirror on the front of the book and on the back of the book!

Who Sees Your Scrunchy Face? is the story about an expressive seven year old named Jack. With sports, toys and fun trips to the store, life is pretty good. Jack takes on each day with hopeful expectations, but sometimes life doesn’t always go the way he wants it to. Sometimes, the answer is, “no.”

The story takes us through the daily life of a seven year old and the people in Jack’s life who see his scrunchy face.  But, there’s one person in Jack’s life who never sees his scrunchy face. Find out who!

This book is sure to bring out the expressive faces of every child, parent and grandparent who picks up the book to read it and sees their very own face in the mirror on the cover and the back of the book
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BUY THE BOOK:
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Who Sees Your Scrunchy Face?
is featured in
Lake Minnetonka Magazine.





Who Sees your Scrunchy Face?
receives a positive review from
The Midwest Book Review.





Learn more about the author of
Who Sees your Scrunchy Face?
in the Rosemount Times.


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  Lifelong Minnesotan Christine Conlin is an English major who always wanted to be an author, but her career took her to technology marketing.

This is her first book, inspired by childhood memories of her mother saying,
"Don'‛t get ugly with me," when Christine would give her mom "the look."

Christine and her husband, John, now call that same look a "scrunchy face" on their kids, Jack and Sami.

Outside of writing and marketing, Christine dreams of becoming a drummer,
hoping to one day play "We Got the Beat" by the Go-­Go'‛s.

To arrange an interview with Christine Conlin, or request a review copy of
Who Sees Your Scrunchy Face? contact Rachel M. Anderson, Publicist, at 952-240-2513 or rachel@rmapublicity.com.

To download a feature article with more information about the book and author, click here.


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  Melissa Marroquin began her career as an illustrator at the age of six with a marker in hand and the vast canvas that was the back of the living room sofa.

A large family and the adventures they encountered gave Melissa a love for storytelling that, combined with her developing skills, drew her to the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, as well as the College of Visual Arts in Saint Paul. There she acquired a BFA in Illustration and specializes in Children's Books.

Now, Melissa lives in Roseville with her Co-­adventurer and with her delightful cat Luna.



copyright 2016 christine conlin