The Children’s Book Review |Published: December 7, 2012
A colorful and lyrical primer for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners.
Reading level: Ages 1-5+
Paperback: 28 pages
In The Kaleidoscope Kids a group of children who are struggling to learn are introduced to ten fairies who are each characterized by a shape, number, and color. These vivacious and appealing characters teach the children about their particular concepts with a lyrical rhyme. This book is designed for children to learn from the bright, fanciful characters.
About the Author
Terry O’Grady is the father of four grown children, and grandfather to six grandchildren. He has worked extensively with youth organizations, especially Coaching Certification Programs and Coaching, in the Tampa Bay Area. Terry’s experiences with his own children, as well as with the youth from the local communities he has worked with, give him unique insight the world of children. From these experiences, Terry decided to use his knowledge to write a children’s book.
About the Illustrator
Richard Barrett is the father of two little girls. Ariel -8 and Lily -6. He received his bachelors of Arts degree at The Art Institute of Tampa studying media arts and animation. The last 3 years Richard has increased his skills working as a caricature artist at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, and the Florida Aquarium. He letters comics with Dave Lanphear of Artmonkey studios every now and then as well. Richard Barrett has joined an entertainment company with his two business partners Samantha Ernman and Emily Eagan, called Fire Sharks Arts and Entertainment. Specializing in body art, Caricatures, and illustrations. He recently teamed up with Terry O’Grady to help produce this excellent story.
The Kaleidoscope Kids is Available Now
For Nook: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-kaleidoscope-kids-terry-ogrady/1113064660?ean=2940015511826
For Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009J2ROMC
Paperback Book: https://www.createspace.com/4039119