Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Three Ghost Friends by Eric VanRaepenbusch

Good Day, dear Reader Friends,
The Queen here with a hauntingly good tale that's sure to get your little ghouls giggling. Eric VanRaepenbusch has created a fun series that not only engages children, but teaches them basic shape, color and letter skills as well. The graphics are simple, yet cute and appealing for youngsters. These are not books to simply be read, but to be explored. And when you close the cover, the fun isn't over. Hop over to VanRaepenbusch's sites for more activities to enhance the book experience.

Happy Reading,
The Queen

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Book Title: Three Ghost Friends Learn About Shapes
Author and Illustrator: Eric VanRaepenbusch

Book Information:

Publisher and date: Eric VanRaepenbusch (September 7, 2012)
Reading level: ages 2-6
Book Info: Paperback: 38 pages
Genre: Picture Book
ISBN-13: 978-0985080679


Book Theme: 
shapes. Other books teach colors, ABC's and opposites


Book Summary
Three ghost friends play hide-and-go-seek at a campground. A story to teach shapes to young children.




Activity Adventures:
There is no need to post activity ideas here. What you need to do is head over to www.threeghostfriends.com, where you can find over 40 activity ideas and free printable activities at Eric's Three Ghost Friends site.

If you need more? He has tons of ideas he's collected on his pinterest site.

Still more? Absolutely. Eric is one active guy who loves to teach. He also hosts the Happy Birthday Author site where you can find wonderful activity ideas (kid tested and approved!) for many of your favorite authors and books. Check it out.

Here's a few pictures of activities he's posted:

Not only that, but there's more Three Ghost Friends books and book apps for your kids to enjoy!










Authors Arena

Author and Illustrator:
Eric VanRaepenbusch is a stay-at-home dad, blogger, and read aloud extraordinaire. He creates memorable reading experiences with his children by celebrating children's author and illustrator birthdays. His blog, Happy Birthday Author, shares his family's reading experiences to encourage other families to read together.

I met Eric through various Children's Book Writer groups and came across his fabulous Happy Birthday Author Blog. In an interview, I heard him say he used to be a teacher and that he enjoys creating lessons for his own children. He keeps activities, like his books, simple and easy for other parents and teachers to enjoy doing.

Learn more about Eric in this blog-radio interview he did with Katie David on Brain Burps. 

1 comment:

Eric VanRaepenbusch said...

What a surprise to see this come through my Facebook Feed! Thank you so much for this post! You really put a smile on my face today!