Jimmy & Jane and the Tale of the Yellow Moon (Rhyme, Laugh & Learn #3)
This colorful, humorous story from the Rhyme, Laugh and Learn series reveals the unusual daily eating habits of the moon-dwelling Lunatrons. It is these habits that twins Jimmy and Jane discover give the moon its yellowish tinge visible on a dark starry night. But when the Lunatrons regular lunar diet is disrupted, that once yellow tinge morphs into green, orange and an ever -widening array of colors and patterns.
Jimmy and Jane and the Tale of the Yellow Moon uses the hallmark rhyming patterns of the Rhyme, Laugh and Learn series to teach elementary school children about what happens when they mix primary colors together. It also introduces gentle messages of friendliness and forgiveness. As is the standard with this series, activity pages are included at the end to carry the multiple messages of the book into the home and classroom.
Gelos Publications, 9780996415767, 32pp.
Publication Date: November 14, 2017
About the Author
After a successful career in the world of professional services in London, Ian Sadler has turned his time and attention to one of his most rewarding hobbies—creating humorous, rhyming stories for children. Now with two Mom's Choice Gold Awards, he continues to bring to life his colorful, fun-loving characters and overlays gentle messages for daily living in the family and at school. With a presence both in the United States and the United Kingdom, his publishing company originally focused on his stories written when his own kids, Alice and George, were growing up. Now it expands for a new audience of young readers as they begin their journey through the education system. His writings continue to adhere to this trademark style, delivering a valuable opportunity for enjoyment and learning for children, and their parents, taking these early steps into academic life.
Artist, Adrienne Brown, always loved to look at books with drawings and paintings early on in her childhood. “It just amazed me that you could create such a visual with just a pencil edge or stroke of a brush”. She carried that with her and studied Graphic Design & Illustration at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS receiving her BFA in 1992. Her favorite medium is watercolor but uses many. She started with a small graphics company” C3” and helped design children’s meal bags and toys for some clients such as “Sonic”,” Bonanza”, and “California Pizza Kitchen”. She has been a graphic designer and freelance artist for 25 years. Through the years of many illustrations and many graphics she still has the inner “tingle” for illustrating children’s books.