Hi, all, it’s Sher here with a post for Annalise’s Up and Down Day by Denise L. Jenne. I was very happy to receive news from Denise that she’d reviewed another book in my review queue. Although many authors listed in the queue have told me they were going to review another book, only 2 have sent me a link to the review. Success! Denise reviewed Fly Guys Mondays Madness, and I’ll post that review another day. To show my appreciation, I bumped up Denise’s book in the queue and forwarded her review request to a reviewer with young children.
That’s not all. I was so happy with Denise’s well-written review that today, I want to share her own media kit for other moms of young children…plus grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, etc….
About the Book:
Annalise is three years old and ready for another summer day of fun, but, as her day progresses, she discovers that there are just as many misadventures as there are adventures in store for her. Through the vibrant watercolor paintings by Julie Iannone, Annalise’s Up and Down Day follows along with the toddler as she explores the meaning of “up” and “down” in her world.
Praise for Annalise’s Up and Down Day:
“…(A) good book to read at bedtime…. Annalise’s Up and Down Day is a great book for a preschool aged child. I recommend preschool teachers to have this book in their classroom. The children would love to share their own ups and downs just like Annalise. I hope that Dr. Denise L. Jenne continues to write more books like this because I can see it becoming a series about opposites.” — Jessyca Garcia excerpted from Readers‘ Favorite (ReadersFavorite.com)
This is a very cute book. In the words of my four-year-old grandson, ‘This is a silly story. Read it again!’…” — Victoria Schwimley, Independent Authors United
“The differences between up and down are more clearly identified when you’re a young child than to most adults. This little book gets you going on the right (or left) foot.” — Arlo Guthrie, Award-winning children’s book author, storyteller and folk singer
After three decades of teaching Criminal Justice and Sociology at state universities and having published articles in several scholarly works, Jenne is now pursuing her long-time desire to write fiction. Throughout her years of teaching, one of her greatest joys has been spending time with her nieces and nephew. They have been the inspiration for many stories, including her first children’s book Annalise’s Up and Down Day.
Sher again. Do you know any child that might enjoy this book? What are you waiting for? Click the purchase link. If you don’t have a particular child in mind, remember that you might be called upon to babysit one day. One final note: please send any authors of great kid lit here to sign up for the review queue as well.
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