New Review of Dragon Daily News by Author Jesse Kimmel Freeman

Read what author Jesse Kimmel Freeman says about Dragon Daily News: “I have a 5 year old and a 20 month old. When I read this book to them, they loved it. I also totally did too. Gene has a way with words that makes you laugh when necessary and enjoy the ride as you go.”  Read more  http://www.jessekimmelfreeman.com/1/post/2013/05/review-dragon-daily-news.html

Dragon Daily News Now in Paperback

DDN-kindlecover3-1My new children’s book Dragon Daily News is now available in paperback. To order a copy, go to: https://www.createspace.com/4134875

It is also available as an e-book. To order your Kindle copy, go to: http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Stories-Imagination-Children-ebook/dp/B00B78QUIK                

To order your Nook copy, go to: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dragon-daily-news-stories-of-imagination-for-children-of-all-ages-gene-twaronite/1114696762?ean=2940016174693

Read more about the book at my website: http://www.dragondailynews.net

 

 

 

The Dragons are Here!

Dragon Daily News now available in Kindle!                                                   http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Stories-Imagination-Children-ebook/dp/B00B78QUIK

Read what one reviewer has to say:      DDN-kindlecover3-1

Odd encounters, chance meetings, what ifs, what  nextsthose are the words that spring to mind while reading Gene Twaronite’s Dragon Daily News. From books that leak their words to a fig tree that really pulls up roots and walks away, Twaronite’s stories are sprinkled with the wacky and the weird—while generally being totally believable. Inspired in many instances by traditional tales or fables, the stories sparkle with unexpected twists—you’ve heard about going hunting for tofu beasts, right? Then there are those idiosyncratic characters. From Stretch (a rubber boa who has grand adventures while stretched) to Snoop and Snort (dragon cub reporters in search of the truth about those creatures called people), the characters drive the stories forward, begging the reader to ponder what they might do next. If I were still a classroom teacher, this is just the sort of book I’d share with my students to trigger their own imaginations. Instead, I’ll settle for sharing it with my grandkids as we wonder if tofu beasts might still be found somewhere—besides in a grocery store….”

Suzanne Barchers, former Managing Editor at Weekly Reader                               (Suzanne, who holds a doctorate in curriculum and design, is also a consultant and the author of 175 published books. Visit her website at:  http://www.suzannebarchers.com/

Read more about the book at my website:  http://www.dragondailynews.net                    Print and Nook formats coming soon. Stay tuned.