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updated: Apr 20, 2020 11:12 EDT
April 20, 2020 (Newswire.com) –
Andrea Robertson, author of the children’s book The Adventures of Abigail Rosebud and a Frog Named Stink was the featured guest today on both the televised and radio editions of the Good News show, aired on Talk Network Radio.
The Good News segment is hosted by Dick Baumbach. He said, “I have interviewed many people during my time in the world of news and journalism, but without a doubt, Andrea truly has a passion for helping children and their families through book reading.”
Robertson’s book, The Adventures of Abigail Rosebud and a Frog Named Stink, was recently released and its timing was perfect as children and their families go through the coronavirus pandemic with stay-at-home governmental mandates.
“This children’s book came from my heart in helping youngsters enjoy themselves reading with their families, but I never realized it would give everyone a chance to not constantly focus on the current medical pandemic,” Robertson said. The book has artistic renderings by Trevor Lucas, which makes it even more inviting for children to read.
The book begins when Abigail loses her pet frog, only to find him again at church inside her purse. Everything would have been just fine until Stink takes a leap of faith, and the adventure begins! Abigail and her brother are the only ones who know that Stink is the one turning the religious service into a circus. Time is ticking as they scramble to get Stink back into her purse before it is too late!
What is unusual about the release of the book is the number of young children, ranging in age from 4 to 12, who have given positive reviews after reading it with their parents.
“There is no question that Andrea has a passion for helping families through these very unusual times, and for her book to be available now truly means that God has a plan for her success as a children’s book author,” Baumbach said.
Robertson also announced during the broadcast that she is currently writing more Adventures of Abigail Rosebud for children to enjoy.
The current book, which is published by New Dominion Press, Norfolk, VA, is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, plus other online locations, as well as bookstores across the United States.
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Dick Baumbach – 321-544-3440 or [email protected]
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