Police Hens is now availabe as a print on demand book on Lulu.ccom. The layouts had to be adjusted a bit to keep the text out of the gutters. What works on a screen, may not work in print, It took little time, but I am happy to have it completed. Also, I had to learn how to use Acrobat 9 to create my print ready pdf file.
Use a picture book to start a conversation with your kids.
Limiting kids’ screen time makes sense. But what also makes sense is making sure what they are watching on the screen is worth the time. I have tried to make my book, Police Hens, interesting for kids and for parents. It is a great book to read together. There are puns and jokes for shared fun.
Pepper got her name from an old TV show character – Police Woman’s – Pepper Anderson.
Pepper, Peeps and Cluck-Cluck look out for the other animals on the farm. They are silly, but they get the job done.
Get the conversation started – the police are the good guys. They help to keep us safe.
Welcome to my blog. I have big news. Police Hens, the first of the series featuring hens with jobs, is now available on iTunes.
Police Hens follows the adventures of Cluck-Cluck, Peeps and Pepper.They struggle with their job. They have unique and funny problems because they are, after all, a squad of chickens. Fun introduction to community helpers’ curriculum. Available with read-aloud audio.
Here is the direct link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/police-hens/id899633111?mt=11&uo=4