Andrew, a young child, who loves to play with his friends nearby, is doing everything he can to save the old house. With a great deal of courage and motivation, he turns Noah into a petting zoo, and by doing so, he helps his friend Noah to be saved.
The story demonstrates to children how to crusade for what they believe in; to be more environmental friendly; to help one’s fellow man; what true friendship is; and of course, to like and to play with all of the adorable animals in the story.
Your kids will enjoy amazing paintings of a house full of all sorts of animals (dogs, cats, monkeys, turtles, giraffes, cows, horses and many more) and a very cute yellow tractor.
Your kids will learn how to be more:
• Social and friendly
• Environmental friendly
The story is with simple rhyming text for children ages 3-8.
Targeted Age Group:
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
When an idea pops into my head I ask these questions:
Will a child want to read this book?
Will a parent want to read this book to or with their child?
Would this book make a parent or a child feel something?
Is there something visual here that will hold the child’s interest?
Will a child see things in a different way after reading the book?
If the answer to these questions is yes, then I know I’m on the right track.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Keep on writing!!
My poetry was first published at age 18 in Teen Ink magazine and I started writing children’s books at age 26, but had no idea how to get my message out to anyone other than my friends and family. Finally, I discovered Amazon’s Kindle Publishing platform and published my first children’s book on Kindle on January 17, 2013, ten years later.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I always wanted to write children’s books, but I didn’t have the courage, time or right frame of mind.
After I completed my first degree in Computer Engineering, I found myself creating children’s software; teaching private lessons in all areas; and teaching children to swim, in both the first and second levels.
As a result of working with kids, the connection to writing a book for children was a natural progression and I found myself writing many different stories about almost everything, and always left them in the desk drawer.
This is my first book to be published in a Kindle version; I hope that I will publish many more children’s books, in the same genre soon.