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In a story about obedience, a young boy named Joey decides to defy his parents by going with his friend Tim to the lake, where the googly-eyed monster lives
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Annie Picou Brosette has been telling stories like "The Googly-Eyed Monster" to her grandchildren for years. Now this imaginative work is available to teach children worldwide.
Brossette was born in Le Petit Caillou, Louisiana, in 1925. She moved to New Orleans when she married her husband, Robert, and they have resided in New Orleans for the past fifty years. They have two children, Patricia and Robert, as well as six grandchildren. In her spare time, Brossette enjoys gardening, walking, cooking, and watching her grandchildren grow.
Jeremy Cheron is one of the Brossette's grandchildren who grew up listening to tales about the googly-eyed monster. Now he feels the need to immortalize his grandmother and share her stories with other children.
Cheron was born in New Orleans and is currently studying at the University of Maryland. He is a People to People Student Ambassador and a member of the Society of Physics Students.
He has also served as a hospital aid at East Jefferson General Hospital and as a Sunday school teacher at his church. In his spare time, Cheron enjoys scuba diving, boxing, marksmanship, traveling, and the outdoors.
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