My short book of children’s fairy tales, now called Princess Rachel’s Adventures, is now available on Amazon, in paperback and for the Kindle.
The work is self-published and short (70 pages long) and as inexpensive as I can realistically make them. The tales are filled with off-center characters and humor, and if you like my Legend of the Toy Monster, you will probably enjoy these stories too.
Would appreciate some reviews, if you feel so inclined. All feedback is appreciated, as long as it is constructive.
Raising two children and living with an English teacher has given me
gray hair an opportunity to read a fair number of children’s books. I’m probably old school on this — but I can only stand to read books that appeal to me as well as my little monkeys.
Where the Wild Things Are — Everyone has a “Max” inside them, and can relate to our desire to let loose and run free with our “Wild Things.” Yet, at the end of the day, what we all want is to be loved, and be around those who love us.
Goodnight Moon — The perfect book for a parent attempting to get a wee-one to go to sleep.
Flotsam (Caldecott Medal Book) — This is an interesting book. Absolutely no words, but the pictures provide a fantastic narrative. An excellent book for kids who aren’t reading yet.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?: 40th Anniversary Edition (Brown Bear and Friends) — This is another excellent book for young kids, combine this with changing up your voice to match the animals, quiz kids on the animals and colors, makes for some real quality time with your child.
No, David!— First of a series of books. Kids will empathize with the sometimes naughty David, as will parents.