Amusing Animals are in the town to tell exciting stories to Children

December 08 22:12 2020
Amusing Animals are in the town to tell exciting stories to Children
Let’s promote literacy with entertainment

Grovetown, Georgia – December 8, 2020 – Finding the right ABC books is tricky, isn’t it? When reading an ABC book with young kids, they may lose interest partway through. Alphabet and phonetic recognition is also a great challenge for kids. Nevertheless, Tawanda Marbury, an Elementary School Teacher, formulated the perfect solution to this problem; her new ABC book – Amusing Animals From A to Z.

The Author is a wife, mother of two young kids, and an entrepreneur. She has deep insights into a child’s learning psychology as she holds degrees in Associate of Applied Science in Child Development, Bachelor of Science in Child Development, and a Master of Education. Being a mother and an elementary teacher vastly inspired her to write Amusing Animals From A to Z. Tawanda firmly believes, ‘’All children are capable of learning and if we want our children to be lifelong learners, then we must be lifelong learners as well.’’

The Book, as the title depicts, is a compilation of short sweet stories of animals that correspond with each alphabet. The book is written in both English and Spanish languages. The rhythmic storytelling will help kids learn the phonetic sounds of alphabets in dual languages. Additionally, each story is adorned with colorful illustrations that will enhance their cognitive development and keep them engaged. The book is also a fun way to learn about all the animals. The Animal adoring kids will absolutely love reading it.

Amusing Animals From A to Z is self-published by Tawanda through The paperback version book is available for purchase ($19.98) on Amazon, lulu, Barnes & Nobel, BAM, and IngramSpark. The E-book is also available in stores.

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Company Name: Amusing Animals from A to Z
Contact Person: Tawanda Marbury
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Phone: 334-524-7253
City: Grovetown
State: Georgia
Country: United States

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