Title: BATHTIME FUN
Author: KATHLEEN GAUER
Illustrator: SARI RICHTER
Genre: CHILDREN’S FICTION
Length: 32 PAGES
Publisher: SKIPPING STONE PRESS
Received From: THE AUTHOR
Release Date: JULY 31, 2021
Rating: 5 OUT OF 5 STARS ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Bathtime is FUN!!! Find out why in this bubbly, fun-to-read-aloud, tugboat adventure.
With bright, bold, and playful illustrations, diverse characters, and an engaging, rhythmic text, this delightful book is sure to spark the imagination of young readers everywhere.
When you combine adventure with getting clean, bath time is a fun time.
BATHTIME FUN is a fun Children’s Book that both parents and young kids will adore.
The story is written in rhyme which allows the narrative to flow.
Children who may have been hesitant to have a bath or who start out afraid of the water, will see bath time as a time for fun during which they can allow their imagination to soar.
The illustrations are bright and engaging. These illustrations bring the fun of the rhyming story to life.
I rate this exceptional Canadian children’s book as 5 OUT OF 5 STARS ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
*** Thank you to the author for providing me with a free copy of this book. ***
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Toronto writer Kathleen Gauer’s published works include illustrated children’s books, High in the Sky, For No Reason, The Wish Carvers, and Bathtime Fun! as well as poetry, and magazine and newspaper articles.
Her books have been acquired in libraries across Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Kathleen worked as a contributing associate editor for a Toronto community focus magazine for 15 years, and as an arts columnist for the Etobicoke Guardian newspaper.
She retired as an Educational Assistant in Special Education after working with the Toronto District School Board for 29 years.
When not writing or reading, Kathleen enjoys hanging out with her family and friends, yoga, hiking, golf, knitting, world travel, and choral singing.
She also volunteers with IBBY Canada’s Readers and Refugees program in Toronto and does author visits and story time programs in local schools and libraries.
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ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR:
Sari Richter grew up in Ancaster, Ontario, and moved to Toronto where she completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting at the Ontario College of Art and Design University and a Masters Certification from the Toronto Art Therapy Institute.
She works in a vast array of traditional and non-traditional drawing and painting media and looks forward to challenging commissions. Sari is also a published children’s book author (I’ll Know It When I See It!), illustrator, storyboard artist, and muralist. She has worked in the field of children’s mental health as an art therapist and loves challenging drawing and painting commissions.
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