Happy Book Birthday to What am I? Fruits! 🍰 My second children’s book turns one today, April 2nd. To celebrate, all of my books will be on sale (20% off) this month from this link: https://aerbook.com/store/author_john_benzee Use the coupon code LEMON when purchasing. Here’s to another year of guessing fruits in fun, rhyming riddles, fromContinue reading “What am I? Fruits turns 1”
Read an eBook Week, the first week in March, is a international promotion of eBooks and an effort to have people around the globe discover and try all types of eBooks. EBooks allow the easy access of literature, from poetry to novels to cookbooks to textbooks, with a simple tap of a finger or clickContinue reading “Happy Read an eBook Week”
Need some suggestions on fun and educational children’s books, pertaining to the topic of fruits and vegetables? Here’s a list of eight books following the fruit and vegetable theme. Eating the Alphabet: Fruits & Vegetables from A to Z by Lois Ehlert introduces a large variety of fruits vegetables for all the letters of theContinue reading “Kid’s books about fruits and vegetables”
I’m excited to announce that Tree Verse: A Collection of Tree Poems is now available from your favorite eBook platform. This includes Kindle, Nook, iBooks, and more. Follow the link to check it out: https://books2read.com/u/4j1rzo Plus, a newly designed eBook cover to highlight the tree theme.
I’m excited to announce that my latest picture book, What am I? Fruits has won 1st place for the food-related category in The Purple Dragonfly Book Awards run by Story Monsters. The awards recognize and honor “books that are original, innovative and creative in both content and design” that are geared toward children. For aContinue reading “A 2019 Purple Dragonfly Book Award Winner”
Tulsa Book Review gave a 5 star review to What am I? Fruits. Here’s the review in its entirety: What a fun way for preschoolers and early graders to learn about the fruits they eat while picking up some additional language skills. Drawn upon these three dozen tinted pages are colorfully drawn fruits with theirContinue reading “Tulsa Book Review: What am I? Fruits”