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#OMKindle Featured Title - Annalise’s Up and Down Day

Friday, April 15, 2016
Featured Title on On My Kindle: Annalise's Up and Down Day
Written by Denise L. Jenne
Illustrated by Julie Iannone

I am happy to welcome Denise L. Jenne, author of Annalise's Up and Down Day, to On My Kindle! If the cover is any indication of the book's content, it is the kind of book that I would love to get for my little niece, so I am thrilled that Denise has taken the time to tell us about this adorable-looking book!

About Annalise's Up and Down Day

This is the story of one day in the life of three-year-old Annalise. The winsome watercolor illustrations follow her through her daily activities, adventures and misadventures on one summer day, as she explores the meaning of "up" and "down" in her world.

This 28-page children’s picture book is intended for preschoolers, but is enjoyed by children, and adults, of all ages.

Annalise’s Up and Down Day is the proud recipient of the following recognition:

Indies Unlimited December 2015 Top Picks of the Month
A Reader’s Favorite 5-Star Rating
"If you are looking for a fun but also educational story to read to your toddler or preschooler, look no more."
-- Sarah Romano (Bookroom Reviews)
"Denise Jenne and Julie Iannone have created a book that will give giggles to three-year-olds and parents alike, with familiar situations looked at through fresh eyes."
-- Tad Richards (author, poet & visual artist)
"This is a very cute book. In the words of my four-year-old grandson, ‘This is a silly story. Read it again!’ It's a quick read, so it will hold the little one's attention, but filled with lessons on what's up and what's down. Your child is sure to love it."
-- Victoria Schwimley (Independent Author Network)
"Denise Jenne captures the inner working of a child’s mind and takes the learning to their level in ways that most adults would miss.… A delightful book that children will love over and over and over!"
– Charla White (WordsAPlenty)
"But it doesn't matter what this old man thinks, it's what the kids think. So I took a test run, using my seven year-old granddaughter to share reading duties with me and her two year-old sister as the audience. My co-reader had no trouble with any of the words. Since it's aimed at a brand new reader, I expected that to be the case. But she still gave the book good marks…. The real acid test was the two year old. Getting her to sit still in one place for long is usually a losing proposition. Not this time. The only problem we had was her wanting to swipe the page to get to the next picture before we were ready."
– Big Al (Big Al’s Books and Pals)

About the Author

Denise L. Jenne, author of Annalise's Up and Down Day
Reprinted with permission from Denise L. Jenne

If you have any questions or want to learn more about Annalise’s Up and Down Day or Denise L Jenne, check out the author’s social media:
Annalise’s Up and Down Day is available at Amazon. A print version is also available.

Thank you, Denise for asking On My Kindle to feature your book!

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