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Children's Book Writers

Do you write books that are for children? Are you a teacher who works with children? Are you a mom or a dad? If you love children check out this group. Your books can be added to my website page for authors and their books. Its good Promotion

Website: http://www.freewebs.com/dpampalone
Members: 140
Latest Activity: Nov 28

Writing children's books is a most rewarding experience. The joy that comes from knowing, that your story, put a smile on the face of a little one, is heartwarming. The tale being read to them, will impress them and teach them, while they listen to, or read the words, of a children's book. As an author, I feel blessed to be able to touch the lives of children, by the tales I write.



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Comment by Jo-Anne Vandermeulen on March 31, 2009 at 7:16am
5 Star Rating: Jay Miller’s ‘All God’s Critters’ Series
Suitable for: infants – 8 yrs. (Yes, adults will love these books too.)

“Bingo the Banjo Picking Bear” - Book 1 in the "All God's Critters" series is an enjoyable treat for young readers. In it, author Jay Miller gives a genuine an exuberance to Bingo that ultimately proves infectious as you find yourself bopping and singing along to his musical zeal…

“Sal and Sally” - Author Jay Miller does a commendable job of highlighting the advantages of getting along and working together, outlining just how beneficial the principles of teamwork, sharing, and selflessness are when put into real practice…Sure to become a permanent addition to personal libraries, Sal and Sally is an engaging tale, both enlightening and entertaining.

“Opal, Herby, and Squeaky” - Miller also does a commendable job of displaying the transcendent power of forgiveness, particularly the second chances with which it provides us all. Opal, Herby, and Squeaky is a welcome literary treat with a powerful, inviting message.

Please check out Jay Miller’s site at: http://www.mybingobooks.com

User friendly purchase directions follow fun videos to listen and watch.
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Comment by Patrick Craig on March 25, 2009 at 9:27am
Hello Everyone,
My name is Patrick Craig and I am a self-published first time Children's book author (Xulon Press.) My book is titled "The Mystery of Ghost Dancer Ranch" and it is the first in a series of adventure stories for 9-18 year olds. The series is called the "Adventures of Punkin and Boo". If Frank Peretti had written "The Hardy Boys" or "Nancy Drew" it might be something like "The Adventures of Punkin And Boo." To see more about my book come over to my page on this site. Thanks so much!
Patrick
Comment by Judith Shahverdian on March 7, 2009 at 5:48pm
Hi ,
I write children's educational fantasy/reality books. I have three series: The Amazing Adventures Series, Wroofles Intergalactic Detective Agency, and Magic Time Portal In Search of Lost Civilisations. The main characters are Time Travelling Dogs and a Magical Cat. The Amazing Adventures series takes children to different countries to let them learn about other cultures in a fun and enjoyable able way. The first in this series is The Amazing Adventures of Captain Bootsie Bear and His Fearless Crew-Italy. In the Detective series, I have just released In Search of the Phoenix Diaries and in the Ancient Civilisations-Mycenae.

Children love animals, adventure and fantasy so they really learning about real places and subjects. Through the eyes of these 20 pound furry explorers, they take the reader along for a unique experience of experiencing Earth.

Powered by their sense of adventure and led by their stoic leader Captain Bootsie Bear, this fearless five some plunge into their new world, restrained only by their need for power naps and a full belly! Never preaching, always teaching.

The e-books are multimedia, some have music other video and music included in the e-book.

Well that me in a nutshell! Glad to be here!

By for now from Italy
Judith
Comment by H.W. Baker on March 5, 2009 at 10:13am
Hello All!

I am new to this group and a newly published author. My first book, "The Minution Chronicles - Saving Zinitheron" is a science fiction novel written for children ages 9 and up. If you are so inclined, please check out my blog at

http://www.hank-baker.com

I look forward to participating whenever I can.
Comment by Dawn Shaw on February 13, 2009 at 7:03am
Hello! I am A new children's book author. My book Anthony's First Ant March was released in October 2008. I illustrated it myself. Hoping to find some advice on how I can Market my book without breaking the bank. If you would like more information about my book, please comtact me.
Happy Reading!
Comment by Kay Braithwaite on February 11, 2009 at 3:16am
Hello everyone, I've just joined your group and hope there maybe someone with some experience/knowledge about teachers selling their own work in their school. I've just self-published my first book and I'm expecting the delivery tomorrow, so I'm quite excited as I'm sure you can all remember. I intend to sell my book to raise funds for my school and wondered if there was anyone who could advise me as I don't want to find further down the line that I'm taking advantage of my position as a teacher. I've started a discussion as you can see.
Comment by City Kidz Magazine on January 30, 2009 at 4:07pm
We are looking for children's books to review on City Kidz World.
Comment by Sylvia McGrath on January 30, 2009 at 1:37pm
My main goal is to write books for children with special needs, chronic illness and learning challenges. I have already completed my first book and have the illustrations done - I do have an agent who loves the idea of me writing a series. I also publish an on line newsletter for these children and writing an e-book on resources for their parents.
Comment by Dan Bodenstein on January 25, 2009 at 1:49pm
Hello!
I am a first time children's book author. I was recently inspired to write a children's book title "The Tale of Eartha the Sea Turtle". It is based on the real life rescue of a sea turtle named Eartha.

The first book shows children how ocean pollution can harm marine life, and how there are those people out there that do care, and care for injured animals.

As a nature photographer, I also have several real life photos of Eartha and will include one in an Authors Special package.

You can read the real story of Eartha on my blog.
http://www.naturocity.com/photo-essays/eartha-the-story-of-a-loggerhead-turtle/

Glad to be here. I hope to learn and to teach where I can.
 

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