“Easy resource for youngsters to learn language.” —Gary Roen, Reviewer

Parts of Speech Parade, New York City
Irina Dolinskiy, author
Mark Wayne Adams, illustrator

“The author and artist have found a fun way to teach different parts of speech to kids. Several of them are nouns, verbs, and prepositions. The combined talents give the rules and show examples of them for children to remember how each parts of speech work together. “Parts of Speech Parade: New York City” is an easy resource for youngsters to learn language.”

—Gary Roen, Reviewer

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“Fun Kid’s Book” —Gary Roen, Reviewer

Frozen Floppies
John Hope, author
Mark Wayne Adams, illustrator

“Floppies are little creatures who have many different adventures. The author and artist bring to life in two art forms the world of the Floppies. They also teach kids many valuable lessons that are subtle within the body of the work. “Frozen Floppies” is a fun kid’s book for all ages to enjoy.”

—Gary Roen, Reviewer

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Book Reviews: Who and How to Submit

Congratulations on the production of your book. Now you must make readers aware of how captivating the book is. Below is a list of national reviewers who offer online reviews. Each reviews through their website and generally post their reviews on Amazon. Amazon reviews is very important to online book success.

Non-paid Reviews:

Non-paid Florida Reviews:

Paid Reviews:

Submit a book into national awards, especially if you’ve had positive Amazon feedback. Apply only for awards that fit your budget and give you national exposure. I’ve listed a few awards that offer low entry fees and give national book exposure.

Here are a list of awards you might consider:
Best of luck!

The Midwest Book Review: Frozen Floppies

Frozen Floppies
John Hope, author
Mark Wayne Adams, illustrator

Winner of the Royal Palm Literary Award, Frozen Floppies is a rhyming children’s picturebook with an underlying moral. In Floppyland, the Floppies (who appear to be anthropomorphic burros with floppy ears) have been separated by borders for as long as they can remember. But then a terrible winter cold freezes floppies into flopsicles. Can the floppies learn to cooperate and work together before they’re all frozen stiff? Gentle color illustrations add a delightful touch to this heartwarming tale, enthusiastically recommended for storytime. The inside of the dust jacket also has cut-out patterns for a simple “make your own floppy” sewing project!

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