About “Annie’s Special Day”

Annie's Special Day book cover

Annie’s Special Day is my first published children’s picture book about time and clocks. It is about a little girl who celebrates her birthday with a different adventure every hour. For ages preschool to second grade it is a basic concept book teaching time and clocks in the form of a story. It is out in both e format and print. One can get copies from    http://www.etreasurespublishing.com/ and Amazon with Kindle and B and N with Nook.  Once you open the first page there are instructions on how to get audio so your child can read along with the words.

Here is my website.    http://www.clarabowman-jahn.com/   *Yay*

Here’s the info on the back cover.

Kids will love watching the clock with Annie as her special day unfolds and her friends join her for a slumber party that is so much fun she doesn’t want to miss a minute of it. Parent’s be prepared to read this book over and over as your child delights in the idea of staying up all night while effortlessly learning the basics of how to tell time.  ***                                                                                                                                                Barbara Simpson Carducci, Author of Storee Wryter Gets A Dog

Take a delightful romp, hour by hour, through a very special day in Annie’s life. It’s her birthday, and every hour brings a new adventure.Join Annie through a day of celebration into the dark of night and finally sunrise in the morning. What great fun!  *****

Suzanne L. Walls, Author of Backyard Birds of the Piedmont. The Birds of the Piedmont, A Child’s Book of Insects, A Child’s Book of Animals in the Wild, A Child’s Book of American Wildlife,  and A Child’s Book of Waterfowl.   

And here is where Annie is featured on Story Cub     http://www.storycub.org/ a site dedicated to giving children books in audio version on iTunes. 

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6 Responses to About “Annie’s Special Day”

  1. Clar…what a lovely page for “Annie’s Special Day”! You’ve done a stellar job with this picture book and I hope every library and kindergarten class in the country buys one! They should. 🙂

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  2. I haven’t seen it, but a) I love what you have to say on Susanna’s site and b) my daughter’s name is Annie and c) I love good picture books about topics that are difficult to teach. Will check it out soon!

    Kimberley
    1stinmaine.blogspot.com

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