The little boy was afraid of the dark…
Years ago I brought two tiny babies home from the hospital. Turns out, the constant flicker of fluorescent lights and unceasing beeping alerts from monitors conditioned these small people to distrust the dark. (What – you mean like my womb where they were supposed to stay?)
Not to mention that after three months planning the great escape, followed by three months in baby jail, there was a lot of the world to explore. So I told my newborns a bedtime story.
Nearly four years later, I am beyond ecstatic to announce that very bedtime story is becoming a children’s book – published by Monkey Star Press.
Today I’m pleased to share the story of how that book came to be, over at Tipsy Lit as a guest blogger for this week’s focus on children’s literature. Go read my post, here.
It’s been a thrilling adventure so far… If you’re interested in receiving additional info about the book’s release, please subscribe to our email list. (Select “Our Upcoming Children’s Books.)
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