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I had the honor and pleasure to read and talk with children’s author Eric A Kimmel. We had a blast talking about kid books, family memories, publishers, and where the market is heading.
We both agreed kids love a fun, story. He enjoys going to classrooms and reading to children. He has numerous books available. We both decided that the electronic market is changing rapidly but kids books seem to sell more books in print. Whether electronic books will take over in the children’s market in unknown. Most important thing was keep kids reading, dreaming and stir their imagination.
How I stumbled on Eric A Kimmel’s books was I was researching Hanukkah. The first book I read was
I fell in love with this book and read four more of his books. Hershel saves Hanukkah by out smarting goblins. His books are a really good read. I think any kid or adult would love his folk tales. The illustrations are wonderful in all his books.
I highly recommend his books. He has many books check out his website he even has a few that he reads to you. http://ericakimmel.com/ You and your kids will enjoy his website. His books are all available on Amazon too. Eric A Kimmel Amazon Link
Jack goes on a quest to retrieve his fathers stolen barbecue recipes. It is a fun exciting adventure.
Eric A. Kimmel is a native New Yorker who lives in Oregon. He was born in Brooklyn, NY where he learned to love books and traditional stories from an early age. He could hear five different languages without leaving his block. Eric taught teachers as a professor of Education at Indiana University at South Bend and Portland State University. His favorite classes were children’s literature, language arts, storytelling, and handwriting. He left the university in 1993 to become a full-time writer, a dream he had had since kindergarten.Eric’s books have won numerous awards. He and his wife Doris have traveled all over the world, sharing his books and stories with school children in China, Africa, and Turkey.
I hope you liked this adventure. Enjoy the adventure every day, WB