Waldorf Publishing Presents Pinky Doodle Bug: A delightful children's book series from Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino and Kris Fuller

The Children's Book Review of Pinky Doodle Bug

Pinky Doodle Bug just received a beautiful review from The Children's Book Review founder Bianca Schulze!

The review link is here: https://www.thechildrensbookreview.com/2020/10/pinky-doodle-bug-dedicated-review

ISBN-13: 978-1636252919

What to expect: Inspirational, Rhyming Text, Creativity, and Friendship
Teamwork, passion, art, and storytelling combine in Pinky Doodle Bug for a sweet rhyming picture book that pops with color and heart.

"Pinky, a pink doodlebug, has a passion for doodling. When she feels something is amiss, she calls upon her animal friends to come together to help her. Collectively they create stories for Pinky to illustrate. The end product is a dream come true as the importance of following one’s heart is recognized. “Let Your Dreams Fly!”

Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino and Kris Fuller have co-written a story that will indeed inspire any who read it. The characters are brimming with joy. Their teamwork allows them to follow their dreams and believe in themselves while also showcasing the importance of friendships. It can be magical when we surround ourselves with supportive friends who recognize that we each have individual talents that, when combined, can produce spectacular results. The bright, bold artwork truly bedazzles as the pages brim with friendly forest friends and plenty of flowers.

If a book that encourages dream following, creativity, and friendship is on your list, Pinky Doodle Bug makes a lovely choice! It will surely appeal to readers who enjoy making art, writing stories, love animals, or who have an appreciation for the color pink."

Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino

Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino helps people of all ages by encouraging them to “Let Your Dreams Fly!” Wanting to inspire children, she created Pinky Doodle to show how following your heart, collaborating with friends, and believing in yourself matters. When Elizabeth isn’t writing, she loves photography, baking cookies and spending time with her husband, Peter, and their four sons and three cats in Maine.

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