Vacaville, CA (Vocus) September 3, 2010
Author Naomi Connor’s first children’s book Big Brown Eyes, relates to children and the emotions and thoughts that they have when they survey themselves in the mirror.
Connor manages to succinctly and eloquently capture a child’s first observations of his or her appearance and even sneaks in a small lesson about oral hygiene.
The clever rhyme patterns and colorful illustrations make the book a delight for little readers, while parents will appreciate the values of self-respect and love that are conveyed through the story.
About the Author
Connor lives in Northern California with her husband and three children. She works in the healthcare industry, does a variety of volunteer projects and spends a great deal of her time writing.
Connor has plans to write several more children’s books and has interest in developing a new literary genre, which she calls “lessons learned fiction.” Her long-term goal is to one day write and publish a full-length novel.
In her spare time, Connor enjoys browsing through flea markets and antique stores for unusual and unique finds.
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