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Jean Derespina

Jean Derespina has been a creative writer for many years. In 2021, she self-published her first children's picture book, The Famous Phoebe of Long Island: Phoebe's Adventures at Sailors Haven.

Her second book in the series, The Famous Phoebe of Long Island: Phoebe's Boat Trip to Montauk, followed in 2023.

Jean and her husband, Frank, spent about twenty years boating on the south shore of Long Island. For most of that time, their amazing pup, Phoebe, traveled with them.

Jean is also the founder of The Marketing Gig LLC. Her business focus provides digital sales and marketing content for small businesses.

Published Works:

The Famous Phoebe of LI: Phoebe's Boat Trip to Montauk


The Famous Phoebe of Long Island is back on her boat, and this time she's going all the way to Montauk! Visit the tip of Long Island with Phoebe, where she made friends both on land and at sea and learned the importance of helping a friend in need. There was always something exciting to do, and each day at Montauk was a new adventure for Phoebe.


The Famous Phoebe of LI: Adventures at Sailors Haven


Phoebe's first boat trip with her forever family was to Sailors Haven on Fire Island, New York. Everything was new and exciting to this young pup who made many different friends as she explored and played at this wondrous national park. Phoebe's adventures will delight children who will listen and read about the natural beauty of Sailors Haven National Seashore as told by Phoebe herself.

Published 2021 by Mascot Books.


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