Turducken! The book!



Hey, hey, hey! Hosting Thanksgiving guests can be tough. Especially when the main course doesn’t agree to be served! Sing along with Ms. Kat’s fun story about pursuit, escape, and success. (Including *two* popular holiday dinner options!)

“Turducken” is Ms. Kat’s first publication to transform her original song into a storybook! This 46-page, full-color, illustrated paperback began as lyrics to a Thanksgiving parody of the tune “Turkey in the Straw,” which was pretty much the only song Ms. Kat had learned to play on her mountain dulcimer. Her preschool classes LOVED learning how to make chicken clucks, duck quacks, and disturbingly realistic turkey gobbles, and their classroom teachers found themselves singing it aloud for DAYS.

Turducken is available with a “Book ONLY” option, but the CD includes a read-along, a sing-along song mastered by the fantastic Joe McDermott, and four “kitchen table” demo recordings of some of Ms. Kat’s other original songs!

Order yours today!



Turducken: Book + CD

Live outside of Austin, TX?




This all started with “Turducken,” the video!

And “Turducken” the fundraiser!

Followed by “Turducken” the thank you list!
(Here’s the important part.)

My most heartfelt gratitude goes out to the friends, family, and fellow musicians who want to see my publication of “Turducken” the book succeed!  A resounding “Meow, meow!” to you all!

These folks helped offset the cost of printing, making the end-product affordable to all!  Thank you for supporting small business and live music in Austin, Texas.

Lori Strong, StrongLittleSleepers.com

Warren Gill (MyMaestro)

Sarah & Brian Wojehowski

Kathie Goldsmith

Nathan Hoppens
Warrick Wilson
Nina Korkus
Miriam McMurtry
Rachel Lignori
Karen Baker, GoldLeashPetServices.com
Dan Becker
A. Nonymous

All IndieGoGo funding received will contribute to production, publishing, marketing, and distribution costs of creating this illustrated storybook.  10% of profits beyond expenses will be donated to Austin’s Capital Area Food Bank to ensure happy holidays for our food insecure neighbors. Meow, meow!


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