Have you ever spent countless hours looking for the perfect gift for a child? Problem solved! Patricia Herber's rhyming book of poems may be what you have been looking for. This awesome book has 33 fun-filled pages of full-length poems and colorful illustrations to match. It is appropriate for parents and grandparents to read to toddlers and pre-school age children. Elementary age children can read it by themselves, or with assistance. It is a superb book for Elementary school teachers to use in their classrooms and for librarians to read during storytime. It is a fantastic gift-giving idea for:
- a child's birthday
- a newborn baby
- a baptism gift
- a book for grandparents to read while babysitting
- Day Care Centers and Preschool teachers
- New classroom teachers for classroom libraries
- anyone who enjoys poetry
- elderly relatives and nursing home patients
- Christmas, Easter, Valentine's Day present
Here is Patricia's Christmas poem from her book, “Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children.”
“Ready for Christmas”
The month of December brings an end to the year,
The magic of Christmas, love, and good cheer.
It's always a job to untangle the lights,
To get them all working, shiny and bright.
The tree is decorated with tinsel and bows;
At the top sits a beautiful star all a-glow.
The house is all festive from ceiling to floor,
The Christmas cards mailed, the wreath hung on the door.
The cookies are baked, fresh from the oven -
All kinds and shapes - we counted six dozen.
Christmas Eve has arrived, and we're all set.
This promises to be our best Christmas yet.
The possibilities are endless! Order your copy today! Click the link: https://patriciaherber.com/buy-the-book/
“Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children”
Author: Patricia Herber
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: July 2020
YouTube Trailer Link: Patricia Herber Book Trailer - YouTube
About the Author and Illustrator:
Patricia Herber holds a B.S. Degree in Elementary Education from Shippensburg University and a Master's Degree from Penn State University. She is a retired first-grade teacher who resides in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania.
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