United Kingdom (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
“Elijah and the Talking Tree”, a brilliant storybook written by Diane King, will take readers on an adventure that will teach a little boy a valuable lesson. Readers will discover a treasure trove of fun and surprises within the pages of this vibrant inviting picture book.
“Elijah and the Talking Tree” is a wonderful story centred around a little boy who worried about everything. There is only one place where he felt safe and happy and that was the garden. It is here that Elijah did all sorts of exciting things. But one day, while looking for a bit of fun, Elijah hears peculiar sounds coming from tall mysterious tree near the far corner of his garden. What could it be? Readers will discover the answer as Elijah goes on a remarkable adventure.
With its superb illustrations, meaningful storyline and a quirky and adorable main character, “Elijah and the Talking Tree” will easily charm and engage readers from beginning to end. This is a story that parents will love to read and re-read to their children.
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About the Author
Born in the United Kingdom Diane King is an Early Years teacher with over 25 years experience in education. Diane has been writing and telling children’s stories for 28 years. She has written several riveting children’s stories and told them to thousands of children over recent years. Children enjoy revisiting the colourful tales time and time again, which makes them popular to read. Her stories speak of courage and faith and are both thought provoking and soothing within contemporary themes.
Elijah and the Talking Tree * by Diane King
Publication Date: May 29, 2012
Picture Book; £15.99; 28 pages; 978-1-4691-4862-5
Picture Book Hardcover; £25.99; 28 pages; 978-1-4691-4863-2
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