A children's book is only as beautiful as the message and artwork within.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 06, 2013
Yvonne Lovell was introduced to Cheryl Haynes, Publisher at FutureWord by copywriter and bestselling author, Kristine M. Smith who was contracted to edit the work. A Gift For Mrs. Peaches struck home to the publisher with its humble message. The retro artwork blends beautifully with the traditional messages planted in the story's plot and the publisher was Impressed.
The illustrator, Tata Jariashvili, was born on July 26th, 1983, in Tbilisi, Georgia. Yvonne E. Lovell saw Tata's artwork displayed on a business network and sent her an inquiry. The artwork was submitted to FutureWord Publishing along with Yvonne's manuscript.
"I wasn't concerned about the artwork being produced outside of the USA," says Haynes. "I use cover designers from everywhere".
“'The story, 'A Gift For Mrs. Peaches' is character driven and compelling to read with illustrations that are eye candy. Mrs. Peaches is sick. She believes she is unlucky and that her bad luck will spread to others. Mrs. Scampers, a concerned squirrel, seeks the advice of a loving bear and the two come up with a plan that will solve the issue. The animals in the story use their own resources to help solve the conflict and the epiphany is one of my favorite things about the story.'" says Haynes.
The 32 page, perfect bound, 8.5 by 11 i is now for sale at Barnes and Noble.com for $12,95 and may be purchased at your local store by giving them the ISBN :978-0615726304.The book made its debut on Amazon.com in December of 2012. The book is also available globally at different international prices, sold through all online bookstores.
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