10. The pictures are bright and colorful! If there is one thing kids love, it’s a colorful children’s book.
9. The story rhymes and has been known to make kids laugh.
8. Adults who read it to their children have been known to have a notable amount of fun.
7. There is a simple lesson at the end. It’s nothing too deep, but the kiddos will get it.
6. It’s Black History Month. Support a culturally diverse children’s book starring a little black boy.
5. A kid you know is likely having a birthday soon.
4. It has maps!
3. You have a child between the ages of 4-8.
2. It only takes about 7 minutes to read.
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Thank you to everyone who participated in the giveaway! For those who missed this one, I still have some more codes. I will doing more giveaways in the future.
The Meaning Behind the Pen Name for my Children’s Books.
For my novels, I write under the name Rosalind Morris, but for my Children’s books, I write under the name Rosalind “Kai” Morris. I posted a video about this around 8PM on Thursday night (2-4), however, the video hit a snag. So I will just tell you the story. When I was a little girl, my mother read books to me almost every night. I am a huge proponent of story time by the way. I write all my children’s books with a great story time in mind. That is largely due to my experiences with it as a child.
One of my favorite books to hear at story time was a book called Marvin K Mooney, Will You Please Go Now! by Dr. Suess. In the book, Marvin is asked to leave, and then given suggestions on ways to leave. But Marvin does not leave until the end of the book, when he is good and ready. I loved that book, and the way my mother would say Marvin K. Mooney so much that my mother started to call me Rosalind Kai Morris and later Roz Kai (my official nickname) after Marvin K. Mooney.
I don’t really have a middle name, and I like that I don’t have a middle name. However, for my children’s books, I wanted to use my nickname Rosalind “Kai” Morris since that name represents the very early stages of my love of storytelling as well as the fond memories of having story time with my mother as a child.
Parents, grandparents, parents to be, teachers, librarians, etc. when you are considering your next story time read, get Drawkcab Brown Meets Yuck Mouth Pete by Rosalind “Kai” Morris. It’s fun to read, and your kids will love it! I hope they do anyway. Thanks for stopping by my blog and allowing me to share a little about myself with you.