New Book Imparts Lessons on Kindness through Vibrant Storytelling

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Ed Goebig mixes delightful characters, brilliant imagery and an engaging narrative in his new work, “Jake and Julia Save the Butterfly”

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Parents who read stories to their children will find this activity to be a very rewarding experience. Reading lets parents and children bond together and helps develop the child’s vocabulary, communication skills and creativity. The combination of delightful characters, vibrant illustrations and a narrative filled with meaningful lessons make the storybook, “Jake and Julia Save the Butterfly”, a wonderful choice of reading material.

Written by Ed Goebig, the story follows the adventures of a young brother and sister, Jake and Julia. The two used to chase butterflies but have never come close to any before, so they are surprised to find one in their driveway one morning. Their discovery will send them on a delightful quest that will ultimately teach them the important lesson of being kind and gentle to others.

Heartwarming and beautifully told, “Jake and Julia Save the Butterfly” will make storytelling an engaging and an even more rewarding experience for both parents and their children.

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Jake and Julia Save the Butterfly * by Ed Goebig
Publication Date: July 20, 2012
Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4771-4289-9

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