Taylor shared the news recently with Dr. Margaret Fitch-Hauser, Chair of the Department of Communication and Journalism.
"My book was inspired by actual squirrels in our attic! We trapped and set free four of these noisy critters, and it made me wonder what they were really doing up there. A story was born! I imagined them celebrating the holidays with the stored up decorations, and I take you through New Year's Eve to Christmas," Taylor said.
"It is a rhyming story for pre-schoolers to 2nd graders, and it is alot of fun to read."
Taylor majored in Public Relations and graduated from Auburn in December 1991.
She has been a stay at home mom to 2 great kids for the past 13 years. Prior to that, Taylor was an Account Executive with Denson/Reed Marketing and a Community Director for the March of Dimes.
Have you ever heard the sounds of little feet tap-tap-tapping in the attic? When we put our holiday boxes away, the squirrels come out to play! They go nuts for our stuff and have all kinds of fun. So put your party hat on and join the Squirrelly Celebration!