MEADVILLE, Pa, (PRWEB) April 17, 2020
“Tom & Mr. Cobb”: a captivating storybook for children that motivates them to eat vegetables every day. “Tom & Mr. Cobb” is the creation of published author Deana L. Parker, a writer who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Sciences and Art in New York. She is also a woman who has always had a love of art.
Parker writes, “Tom and Mr. Cobb is a story about all the vegetables in the refrigerator having a town meeting in the town hall. They didn’t know why the refrigerator light kept going on and off much to their amazement. Each vegetable votes on a reason as Mr. Cobb, the chairperson, and Tom, the co-chairperson conduct the meeting. Meet the wonderful characters of this story: Caryn Carrot, Ollie the onion, Chuck Celery, Peter Pepper, Margaret Mushroom, and Ceil the Cucumber. This book is a good, wholesome book written and illustrated the way books used to be done.
“Tom and Mr. Cobb were inspired during a trip to South Carolina visiting my family. Upon arrival at the train station in South Carolina, I needed to rent a car. The driver that picked me up was named Kermit. We started talking, and I mentioned that I had written some children’s books. Kermit then shared with me that he had submitted a book to a publisher about vegetables having a town meeting in the refrigerator. He and I began talking more, and through that talk, I was inspired to write to Tom and Mr. Cobb.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Deana L. Parker’s new book is a stirring craft inspired by the story of the vegetables’ town meeting inside the refrigerator.
This book shares a wonderful experience with the readers as Parker answers children’s question as to why the refrigerator’s light goes on and off.
View a synopsis of “Tom & Mr. Cobb” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “Tom & Mr. Cobb” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Tom & Mr. Cobb,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.