Finally found some time to post something about my second book. Actually with growing experience with Amazon KDP, this second book is of a much better size and quality. It has even more vivid colors, much larger pages, and the coloring pages are of high quality too. Now available in both ebook version and paperback version. Please check out the link below. More pictures down the link. And my third in the series is forthcoming, please keep updated 🙂
Finally! Paperback version of my first children's picture book came out this morning on Amazon~ Brightly colored story book + image outline coloring pages. Young readers can look at the colored pages while parents read, color, and retell the story by following the pages that they have colored. It's Amazon's only choice of landscape binding, a size of 8 x 6 inches. Will definitely be looking for publishers that print bigger sizes for my future books. Thanks for looking and for all forms of support! ♥
Paperback version link, introductory price: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1521726353/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=I1A0YGEP1NXI0K&colid=30EILKFU7M16U
Kindle and Kindle App ebook link:
For readers who already bought the paperback book and still would like an ebook, the ebook will be $0.99.
My first picture book is now published on Amazon Kindle and Kindle Select! The Little Caterpillar Who Doesn’t Want Change (Accepting growth and change series) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073HJH24V/ref=cm_sw_r_oth_api_y7pyzbE3SZMPE
I first wrote the story and drew the pictures last year for my daughter when she was putting on the biggest fight to reject transitioning from Early Preschool to Preschool. It is a book about growth and change without her or a human child in it, which made her feel less threatened by the situation. Eventually, this and another story (I’m working on it) did the job! She finally settled in her new classroom and liked it. This year, her transition has been great — she readily accepted her new teachers and her new classroom and is having tons of fun!
So, I decided to share this book with all little kids (and their parents) who need a hand when facing change.
I was waiting for the paperback to be ready to announce it, but it seems like it will take a little longer than expected. So, here’s the electronic Kindle Version first.
It’s for kids 3-6 years old, either read by parents or on their own. Have fun reading!