One dollar of every book I ever sell will be donated to charity. Does your group have a preferred charity? I generally support organizations that do pediatric cancer stuff. I'm splitting now between St. Judes Children's Hospital, National Pediatric Cancer Foundation and Childhood Cancer Lifeline of NH. My amazing daughter Devon is a survivor so I'm paying it forward.
Pre-orders can be made by calling me at (941) 226-3147 or sending a check or certified funds to me at 2203 Avenue B Bradenton Beach, FL 34217. FREE SHIPPING!
ANIMAL IMAGINE is a whimsical take on animal stereotypes, brilliantly illustrated by Kathy Warno.
Coming Soon - February 2020
Your book is awesome. You have done a great job of writing, collaborating with the illustrator, and seeing the project through to a printed work.
Country Press, Owner
New London, NH
January 18, 2019
As teachers we are very careful when we decide to introduce new books to our young learners, many considerations are taken. Yes, we expect each book to be great, to capture our students minds, to keep them attentive and interested. But let me assure you, you’ll be glad to read Animal Imagine to your students or children.
The joy they were feeling was expressed through their giggles and laughter as I turned the pages of the book. Animal Imagine has been the best during this pandemic. The students felt as if they were part of the story. The conversations about the different animals continued for several days. It sparked the children’s imagination! They pretended to be the animals from the book in some of our daily encounters.
To acknowledge their interest, we created colorful webs out of pipe-cleaners, octopus pizza or our favorite shark with braces. The book offered us a wide range of options, each time we engaged in one of them, our students entered the relaxing, funny zone.
Tim Fortier created a wonderful, funny book that every child can relate to, even very young learners.
Maya Slavin, Miami (pre school teacher)