Will you listen to August Bug’s warnings…or will you be brave enough to go see for yourself if there really is a spider?
Age 4 – 8. Bright, full color illustrations, with a fun surprise ending!
I’m proud to have made this book that is completely inspired by my youngest daughter’s love for Mo Willems and spiders! I had a lot of fun making this book, and I hope you have fun reading it with your little kiddo…a book that’s sure to end in spider attacks, tickles, and lots of laughing. – RA
List Price: $10.99
8.5″ x 8.5″ (21.59 x 21.59 cm)
Full Color Bleed on White paper
BISAC: Juvenile Fiction / Humorous Stories
What I Want You To Know: Messages Of Hope & Joy From Your Baby
A book for new parents of a child with Down syndrome
This adorably illustrated 66-page book is written as messages from a child with Down Syndrome. Directed to the new parents, “What I Want You To Know: Messages of Hope & Joy From Your Baby” brings humor and insight to what can be a confusing, stressful time. Written and illustrated by the parent of a child with Down syndrome, the simple, comforting messages and accompanying black & white illustrations are heartwarming and delightful. This books makes an excellent gift or resource for new parents or those expecting a child with Down syndrome.
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ISBN/EAN13: 978-0615757872 (Published by: Jar Of Moths)
Page Count: 72
Black & White Bleed on Cream paper
Trim Size: 5″ x 8″ (12.7 x 20.32 cm)
BISAC: Family & Relationships / Children with Special Needs
A fun, creative journal for all ages.
Need a kick in the pants to bring out your inner artist?! Grab a pencil and GET CREATIVE! There’s no right or wrong way to use this book. Some pages are silly, and some are thought-provoking. Most pages have creativity inspiring ideas for you to try…or ignore our ideas and doodle your dreams or whatever you see in front of you. There are no page numbers, so do them in any order you wish. Break the spine and Get Creative! Don’t try to be profound or perfect. Don’t censor yourself. Draw like a child, or take your time if you’d like…again, you can’t do it wrong! Often times the fear of making a mistake suppresses our desire to even try. But really…what’s the worst that can happen here? Many of history’s greatest ideas were developed after a “mistake”. Did you know if you never made mistakes you’d never learn anything? Creativity requires a certain risk and the ability to accept that things won’t always be perfect. First, GET CREATIVE! Later you can work on your technique…