Aah! Blown Away, Crash! An Alphabet Misadventure is in the process of being published. Last week, my daughter and I received the first proof.
It was exciting to see my 12-year-old daughter’s illustrations in print, but we decided to make a couple of minor updates. We made the changes and ordered a new proof.
We are still waiting for the updated proof to arrive, but we have gotten even more exciting news. Aah! Blown Away, Crash! has received a Readers’ Favorite Five Stars Review.
Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers’ Favorite said the following about Aah! Blown Away, Crash! An Alphabet Misadventure:
Brigitte Brulz’s picture book story, Aah! Blown Away, Crash! An Alphabet Misadventure is an alphabet book with a difference. Using more than just nouns, words that suggest action and expression, the author has created a short flash fiction story about a little red bird and its adventures, or misadventures as the title suggests. Each page highlights a new letter of the alphabet, capitalized and the first word that appears on the page. The language is simple, each page holding no more than three words, but most pages only having one word. Colorful illustrations accompany each page and help develop the plot, sometimes in a humorous way. A young reader will learn a lot of new words, non-noun words, in this delightful little romp through the English alphabet.
She further states:
Very cleverly done and beautifully illustrated. Lots of fun in this gem of an alphabet book.
I really hope other readers agree with this review and enjoy Aah! Blown Away, Crash! My daughter was happy about what the review said about the illustrations, and she went to work right away to update the cover.
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