Danville, OH (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
Dalmatian Road is a book that the idea was developed when Blubaugh was driving home from school with her son. The road they were on was patched year after year thus creating various shades from dark black to light gray. She mentioned it was a patched road and her son, Brock, stated it wasn't a patched road it was a Dalmatian road. The foundation of this book was then created.
Looking at life through a child’s eyes can be a real enjoyable experience. In Dalmatian Road, Blubaugh introduces children to a world of black and white which is not dull at all. This deceptively simple read holds a wealth of concepts that readers may not realize at first glance—from identifying animals to naming colors to letting the imagination soar to greater heights. Blubaugh further wrote, “I hope you enjoy the rhyming as much as we did on that drive home. We really do live in a Dalmatian world.”
Despite its spare prose and pared-down narration, Dalmatian Road educates and fascinates. Jam packed with vibrant illustrations and creative use of language, this skillfully- crafted piece by Blubaugh subtly exemplify ingenuity. This book is suitable for all ages.
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About the Author
Paula Jo Blubaugh is now a retired teacher after 31 years of teaching elementary students. She lives with her husband, Martin, on the family farm in rural Ohio. She has one son, Brock who is a student at Davenport University located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She enjoys decorating and writing stories. Blubaugh is creating a series of stories about Buckeye, the family dog, and her antics as she continually explores their farm.
Dalmatian Road * by Paula Jo Eberwine Blubaugh
Publication Date: August 21, 2012
Picture Book; $21.99; 30 pages; 978-1-4691-8107-3
Picture Book Hardcover; $31.99; 30 pages; 978-1-4691-8108-0
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