Thank you to everyone here on Amazon who helped make my first book a Bestseller!!!
Best-selling children’s book author John Yost gives you “Baby Animals.” This book uses beautiful pictures and easy words that makes learning about baby animals fun and interesting.
This is the second book in the Nature Books for Children Series and is acclaimed as being one of the best baby animal books for kids available on the Kindle.
The pictures are carefully chosen to look their best on any device in full color, or black and white.
“Baby Animals” is written to encourage children to discover and learn on their own. Each picture has a caption to spark curiosity and encourage conversation with your child. You are welcome to guide your child through the book with the beautiful pictures. And you are invited to read the simple text to your child at bedtime or on a relaxing day together.
This book captures the marvelous and amazing world of baby animals and brings them alive. Children will learn how baby whales breathe even though they can’t swim when they are first born. They will also discover that a baby giraffe falls 6 feet to the ground and lands on its head, but that it’s just fine after the fall!
“Baby Animals” not only includes the standard cute and cuddly animals, but also includes some lesser known but very interesting animals like purple martins and wolf spiders to help broaden your child’s understanding of nature.
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The book features these baby animals and their parents:
*The playful Lion
*The dedicated Elephant
*The independent Sea Turtle
*The cautious Rabbit
*The devoted Whale
*The ferocious Polar Bear
*The loyal Purple Martin
*The funky Kangaroo
*The beautiful Giraffe
*The magnificent Tiger
*The mischievous Raccoon
I hope you and your family love this book as much as I enjoyed writing it!!
*** Your child will love it.***
A quick note from John:
Baby Animals is the second in a series of Nature Books for Children. Every time I write a book, I’m fascinated by what I learn. For example I had no idea that a baby giraffe falls 6 feet and hits its head on the ground when its born. Nature is just so weird sometimes!
It’s my hope that I can pass on some of my love and enthusiasm for nature on to you and your children. I also write in hopes that your family enjoys reading these books and talking about them together; giving you the opportunity to teach strong values to your children and grow closer as a family.
Above all. I truly hope you are inspired to appreciate this beautiful world we live in.
Here are some of the comments about my first book that people left on FaceBook…
Hey John! I just downloaded and read your book to my daycare kids. They LOVED it! Especially my little guy, he’s aalllll nature, can’t keep him inside. I’m sharing with all my FB peeps and my daycare parents as well. Way to go, and good for you! Best wishes!!!
John, I read your book prior to letting the kids read it. It was a good read and I definitely learned some things myself. I look forward to the kids reading it.
John, I downloaded your book to my phone and I will add it to my kid’s tablets they are getting from Santa. Thanks!
Targeted Age Group:: 4-8
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Although this book is about baby animals, my goal is to get kids to think about their own place and responsibilities in their family, and to think about and appreciate all their parents do for them.
Even when I taught public school my goal was never to teach science. My focus was always to teach kids. So I would plan lessons that got my students to think, believe in themselves and know that they can do anything they put their minds to. Baby Animals is written with that same focus.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
You know, there really isn’t a big secret here. It’s really just a matter of having the discipline to sit down and write.
We ALL have gifts that NEED to be shared with the world. Both for what we give to the world and what we get from giving. It provides passion and purpose in our lives… and that is what makes life so amazing.
So, my suggestion is to think about what you love, and write about that. You don’t need to write a best-seller right off the bat. What you need to do is write your book. That’s all. Once you have that part done, you will find that things kinda fall in place…
You’ll find proofreaders, people who believe in you and your book, ways to reach the people who want and need what you write. You’ll find it’s amazing how things just work out.
But… you’ve gotta have the discipline to sit down and write. It will be a chore some days, but you just have to do it…
And the amazing thing is that before you know it, you’ll have a book!
As a child, John grew up running wild in rural Wisconsin where he discovered mystery after mystery. His summers were spent exploring nature and the library.
He would pore over the books in the 599 section (remember the Dewy Decimal System?) searching for answers to the questions he had about the things he’d seen out in the woods.
John’s love for animals continued and expanded in college where he got a degree in animal science and his Teaching Certification. For the next 8 years he taught high school Science and was one of the school’s favorite teachers.
During that time, he lived in a tiny log cabin he built himself in the middle of the woods. He had no running water, no electricity and no TV.
Every day he would journal about his life and the animals around his cabin. Much of his Nature Books for Children series is based on his love for nature.
Now, John gets to pass on a life-time of love, learning and teaching to people all over the world through his books. He truly hopes you are inspired to appreciate this beautiful world we live in.What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Baby Animals is the second book in this series and what I really wanted for this book was something that parents could read and share with their children or have older kids read it on their own.
My goal was to make this a book that would invite meaningful conversations between parents and kids. Judging from the feedback, I’ve done that. And I’m especially happy that parents have used this book as a starting point to talk about values and responsibility… that was a benefit I didn’t expect.
My first book was on snakes, and I wanted this book to be a little more fun to read at bedtime or on a lazy afternoon.
I have to say that I loved writing Baby Animals. I learned a lot of cool things while writing it. And while looking through thousands of pictures to find the right ones was mind-numbing, I absolutely love the images in this book!
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