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Doug loves eating kale, there’s only
Doug is a Killer Whale and his friends
don’t like him eating all that healthy
Follow along as Doug tries to save
various sea creatures from becoming
dinner for his friends, by offering
See how a young boy tries to convince his parents that it wasn’t him but in fact his best friend Dun Dun (an imaginary Dinosaur)
You know how parents of young children dream of writing a special picture book just for them. Well, this book lets you do just that! Written with a practical approach to every facet of the Picture Book market, you can overcome that self-doubt and banish the dreaded blank page forever. With his philosophy of K.I.D.S Keeping It Delightfully Simple, Matt B presents current processes, practical exercises and a wealth of industry information.
You will love the conversational approach to learning the craft of writing, (illustrating, self-publishing… etc.) your very own children’s picture book.
A 32 page picture book about the various monsters that visit a girls garden,
who they are, how much fun they have and how they help kids learn to deal with fears and understand the world.
There is a surprise twist at the end of the story.
Inspired by the works of Eric Carle, this story follows the life-cycle of a TeenyWeeny Tadpole.
It is a fun story showcasing the habitat, diet and growth stages of tadpoles through to maturity.
Packed full of information including a STEM sheet at the end it is a valuable resource not only for fun family reading but also science based investigations and other STEM related activities in schools.
Reading level is for grades 2-6.