Friday, June 12, 2009

Blog Julianne Moore's New Book




Working parents should pay attention, it is a difficult juggle between quantity and quality time with your children and the guilt, oh my, the guilt that builds up from leaving the kids at daycare. In Julianne Moore’s children’s book, “Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully” the idea of having to go to Early Bird BEFORE school starts doesn’t mean a long face or a stream of complaints it means not having to eat extra breakfast and getting to PLAY before school.

Parenting has its measure of challenge and this book helps send a message to children that some things might surprise us. Talented artist, LeUyen Pham, beautifully illustrates the book; she has all the details on each page, giving children a picture perfect book. Ms. Moore and Ms. Pham work their magic together in giving young children a story that sends the message to not be afraid, one that says other children may be feeling the same as you, and the best resolution is to make a new friend.

Click for more information on how to purchase Julianne Moore’s book “Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully” and to see her tour schedule.

Ms. Moore is a tireless advocate for children and especially those whose families live in rural areas. She focuses on literacy and early childhood education and is U.S. Ambassador for Save the Children. She launched Save the Children Valentine and is a member of Reach Out and Read. Most of us know her as an acclaimed actress; this book secures her place as a picture book author as well.

Thanks for stopping by and remember to have the best day everyday.

Linda

3 comments:

dyanna said...

I like your blog.I'm waiting for your new posts.

Linda Merlino said...

Thanks Dyanna you have put a smile on my early bird face...Linda

Children's books fan said...

I'm so glad to have read this post about an actress I admire and her book - and it sounds like a book that I can relate to! Quality time with children is of utmost importance and I'm glad she addresses that issue... speaking of which, some of my most quality time with my kids is spent with Tina Turbin's book "Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy" - worth a look at www.dannythedragon.com