This book is specifically designed to provide a quality reading experience with positive themes that will introduce children to new animals and their world
Parishville, N.Y. (PRWEB) July 27, 2015
Did you know that one in four Americans grow up without learning how to read? Not only are teachers and parents now understanding the benefits of literacy in children, but they are also realizing the importance of the messages portrayed in the books.
Because of this, emerging author Glenn S. Guiles has decided to publish a series of books based on Harriet, a miniature donkey. As an educator for over 30 years, Guiles has seen the importance of reading in children and wants his series to touch many lives.
Now with the release of his second book in the series, Harriet’s Big Adventure, Guiles is hoping that parents will find the positive messaging and illustrations exciting for the young eyes that they monitor.
“The world and news are so full of scary events and stories. This book is specifically designed to provide a quality reading experience with positive themes that will introduce children to new animals and their world,” Guiles said.
In Harriet’s Big Adventure, Harriet’s owner leaves for work and she decides to make an adventure out of the day. She visits new places, makes new friends, and sees things she has never seen before.
Based on Guiles’ farm and real animals, this tale will encourage children to step away from their daily routine and to be reminded that life is an adventure waiting to happen.
Harriet’s Big Adventure is a book that will leave children smiling. From the fascinating illustrations to the lighthearted storyline, parents of young children will enjoy following Harriet in all of the events that she encounters.
Harriet’s Big Adventure
By: Glenn S. Guiles
Available in softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris
About the author
As a retired educator, Glenn S. Guiles is no stranger to the importance of education in the lives of students. On top of his many years of teaching, Guiles is also a professional oboist and an accomplished pianist. Guiles currently resides on a 60-acre farm in the Adirondack State Park with four miniature donkeys, five goats, seven dogs, and three cats. In his free time, Guiles enjoys taking care of his animals, playing music, and completing the five book series of Harriet’s life.
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