Meetthelegumes.com is full of information on Sweet Pea and the other legumes, photos of our homemade Sweet Pea doll celebrating holidays and book launches, and links to special discounts. The Dinosaur Bean is available now, but 2020 bring even more Sweet Pea books! The Black Eyed Pea and The Scary Hairy Bean are scheduled to be released later this year.
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This year, Sweet Pea wants a caterpillar for Christmas. The one she wants is yellow, black, and fuzzy wuzzy. She’s already written a nice note to Santa, hoping she’ll get her very first pet. She’s also excited about giving a lot of gifts this season. If you want a caterpillar, let her know. She can tell you where to find some good ones. Merry Christmas!
Sweet Pea colored her own turkey feathers and pilgrim hats this year. But, of course, she had to add a little color by making them RAINBOW! Sweet Pea will be enjoying her turkey at Thanksgiving. There might even be a little split pea soup! Speaking of pea soup, The Dinosaur Bean will be available in paperback very soon. Stay tuned for a big announcement!
Sweet Pea is so happy to share her first book with you! The Dinosaur Bean tells the story of what the beans and peas want to be when they grow up. This picture book features Sweet Pea & Friends: Greta Garbanzo, Pauly Pinto, Kim Kidney, Ben Black, and more. You can buy your own copy at lulu.com for a special discounted price. Just click Print above and follow the link.
Sweet Pea is dressing up as a bat this Halloween. Her wings sparkle! What are you going to be? In the book, The Dinosaur Bean, Kim Kidney decides she is going to be a dinosaur. ROARRRRR!!! Are any of you dressing up as a dinosaur this Halloween? If you are, make sure to roar! And be safe while you trick or treat!
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This is a photo of the sweet pea who inspired the author, Justin Meckes, to write the Sweet Pea books. Just weeks after this little one’s birth, Justin began referring to her as his sweet pea. After quite a few more nicknames, he happened to refer to her as a bean. It was on that day that the legumes were born.