My new children’s picture book, Ruby Learns to Read, is about a chicken that wants desperately to learn to read but finds is difficult. The letters seem to jump around on the page and they all look like “chicken scratches” to her.
Finally over time, with much practice and persistence and the help of a little boy, Dylan, she can read a whole story to her delight. She then offers to teach the family cat, Puffin, to read. But Puffin isn’t so sure she wants to learn.
This is a story for young children who are just learning to read or who find reading difficult, ages 5 to 8 years old.
To Market, to Market: Life in Africa is a picture book for school age kids wishing to see and learn more about life in Africa. The story is about a young boy living in a tiny African village who travels for the first time to the nearby market town with his father and his adventures. The pictures were taken while I was on safari in Africa. Copies may be ordered from my website: http://www.berylreichenberg.com and from Amazon.
I have a new book published and it’s now available on Amazon and my local sales outlets listed on this website. It is illustrated with my photos of an African village near Lake Victoria and a nearby market town.
This picture book is for kids eight or nine who want to learn about life in a small African village and a larger market town. It is a story about a little boy. Zuberi, who leaves his tiny village for the first time and goes with his father to sell fish at a nearby market town. What delights and surprises does Zuberi discover on his trip?
I just returned from Bali. Kids all over the world play similar games, including jumping rope, chess, and pattycake. Look familiar?
Follow this link to learn more about my picture books and how I write my stories. Barbara Radisvlyevic managed to capture the essence of my books and writing style in her blog post: http://barbsbooks.com/2016/12/09/beryl-reichenberg-books/
Check out a new post about my Children’s Books at http://barbsbooks.com/2016/12/09/beryl-reichenberg-books/. Barbara did a fantastic job integrating my answers to her questions and my stories. Check this blog out; there are other surprises.