Friday, June 13, 2014

Read and sing along with Miss Amy's Rhyme Time Collection!

Book 1 Snorts, Paws, Tails & Claws  of Miss Amy's Rhyme Time Collection is coming soon from JLB Creatives Publishing, but that's not all! Singer/song writer Asa Sellers has put these wonderful rhyming stories to music on a sing-along CD. Check out this sample track from Snorts, Paws, Tails & Claws Sing-Along CD and pages from the upcoming book Snorts, Paws, Tails & Claws.

About Snorts, Paws, Tails & Claws 
Snorts, Paws, Tails & Claws, Book 1 in the Miss Amy's Rhyme Time Collection, is a collection of whimsical rhymes and art by the multi-talented Amy Sellers. This book will delight children and their parents. A book you'll love to read again and again with kids and grandkids!

Upcoming books in Miss Amy's Rhyme Time Series          
Book 2: Cats & Mice Twice as Nice
Book 3: Can Angels do Loop Dee Loops?
Book 4: Whooo's Coming to Dinner?

About Amy Sellers
Amy has been inspired to create art her entire life. She graduated from the University of South Florida in 1987 with a Bachalor's in Fine Arts. In 2002 Amy became interested in creating children's books. She was inspired to help her son and many other children diagnosed with Autism. In October 2011 she opened her first retail art gallery, Amy Sellers Art Gallery in Mount Dora, Florida. 

She can still be found in her gallery creating realistic, impressionistic, or whimsical art for all to see. The Amy Sellers Art Gallery is located in The Renaissance Building at 11 N. Donnelly Street, Mount Dora, Florida. 


About Asa Sellers
Asa Sellers - turning 18 this summer
He has been studying classical and contemporary music and guitar for 9 years.  He is currently singing and playing guitar in local church groups as well as local restaurants in Mount Dora, FL.  He is currently attending Mount Dora High School and plans to attend college for music and ministry degrees.

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