Children and adults will enjoy hearing the adventures of Frieda, whose real-life counterpart lives next to Rocky Mountain National Park in Grand Lake, Colo.
(PRWEB) September 18, 2012 -- Author Kimberly Baltz draws on her poetry skills to tell two heartwarming stories in this new children’s book inspired by a fox who regularly visits her family’s home in Grand Lake, Colo. In the first tale, Frieda the fox notices that the people in town do not get along. When a watery disaster threatens the town, she wonders if everyone can work together to save their home. In the second story, Frieda must help a friend whose curiosity about a mysterious box in the woods gets him into trouble.
“Frieda Tales Volume I” teaches gentle lessons about cooperation, friendship and treating each other with kindness. The easy-flowing rhymes make reading aloud fun as the stories unfold. Charming illustrations by Marty Petersen enhance this treat for the eyes and ears. Children and adults will enjoy hearing about the adventures of Frieda, whose real-life counterpart lives next to Rocky Mountain National Park in Grand Lake, Colo. Residents of Grand Lake often see her walking down Main Street.
Author Kimberly Baltz has been writing children’s stories since she was 8. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and attended the University of Colorado School of Law. Baltz also creates art with pastels and acrylics. You can view her work at http://www.exodus35-31artistry.com. Illustrator Marty Petersen, who grew up painting, drawing and sculpting, earned degrees in illustration and commercial art from the Kendall School of Design in Michigan. He formed an ad agency and worked as a designer and illustrator for several years, including illustrating the “Justification for Higher Education” poster. View his work at http://www.martyart.com.
For additional information, please visit http://www.friedatails.com.
Frieda Tales Volume I: Frieda Goes to Town and Frieda, Jack, & the Box
Dog Ear Publishing
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4575-1291-9 28 pages $13.95 US
Hardcover ISBN: 978-145751-294-0 28 pages $19.95 US
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