“Gram knew that raising dairy goats would be a lot of work.––Evelyn Wool (aka Gram)
She had no idea just how precocious they could be … especially Misty.”
Do you love the story of Mischievous Misty? Now you can get to know Misty better by solving puzzles and illustrating your own version of her story!
For Kids of All Ages
All sorts of fun activities await for kids three and up:
- Coloring pages
- Fill in the blanks
- Criss-cross puzzles
- Find the hidden objects
- Secret message decoder puzzles
Reinforce your child’s developing vocabulary and problem-solving skills through fun activities and puzzles.
The Kid Zone: Where Fun Meets Education
What better way to further enhance your child’s learning than through playing games? The Kid Zone has tons of fun word games and puzzles that draw on the activities and behaviors of Misty, Gram, and all the animals on Gram’s farm.
What the readers are saying
“I really loved the book, because I learned it’s okay when you make mistakes and make messes, like Misty did!”––Harper C., age 7 (Maryland)
“I love how Misty is always under Gram’s feet … it remind[s] me of my little sister the way she follows me around every day!”––Caiden I., age 10 (Liverpool)
“I can’t wait to read about what kind of trouble Misty gets into next time.”––Jonah K., age 8 (New York)
Stories from the Wool Family Farm
Mischievous Misty is a real dairy goat on the author’s real farm—The Wool Family Farm—home to chickens, cows, donkeys, ducks, guinea fowl, pigs, sheep, and of course, goats. New to farming, Evelyn Wool and her family turned their world upside-down to try their hand at living off the land, discovering the joys and pitfalls of working with farm animals along the way. The adventures have just begun!
About the Author
As a child, Evelyn Wool and her family spent numerous vacations summer visiting a real working farm. Memories of those days planted the seed that would later lead her to dream of owning her own farm.
Today, Evelyn and her husband raise goats, cows, chickens, ducks, pigs, sheep, horses, donkeys…even a llama. Meat products are sold directly on the farm, as well as Evelyn’s small-batch premium goat milk soap and, of course, her story and activity books.