Children’s Books

Looking for a birthday or holiday gift for your preschooler? Take a look at the Minkie Monster series of books aimed at children from the ages of 3 or younger to 6 years of age. Designed to engage your child’s growing mind they have puzzles and tracing practice suitable for the preschool age group. Look for Bob on each page or solve the problems in the picture books.

The tracing books (Letter Tracing and Number Tracing) are also suitable for the younger years. They can give your child the head start they need to excel at the kindergarten foundation or preschool levels.

Click on the covers below to find out more:

Space Puzzles: Minkie Monster and the Birthday Surprise (Preschool Puzzlers) (Volume 1)
Under the Sea Puzzles: Minkie Monster and the Lost Treasure (Preschool Puzzlers) (Volume 3)
Christmas Puzzles: Minkie Monster Saves Christmas (Preschool Puzzlers) (Volume 4)
Children of the Elementi: Volume 1 (Elerian Chronicles)
Letter Tracing: Handwriting practice for preschool and kindergarten (Letter Tracing Practice)
Number Tracing: Number tracing, dot-to-dot and counting practice for preschool and kindergarten

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  1. How is your novel doing? I found your blog via a link on Mr. Konrath’s popular post about ebooks.

    I’m about to publish a collection of short stories as a Kindle book. I’m tempted to try my two adult fantasy novels too. They’ve just been sitting on the computer since the whole agent-hunt thing is such a time sink. I sent a grand total of 6 query letters. *g*

  2. Hi Lindsay,

    I sold a few copies, but I was waiting for the print copy before I did any marketing. So really I suppose those few copies were actually good for ‘no’ marketing!

    Getting reviews is the next thing. People assume because it is self-published then it is not as good so they don’t want to try it, which is silly as those who have read it gave me such good feedback.

    I haven’t and won’t go down the family reviews route. Maybe I am too honest but since I tested the book on teenage non-relations I feel that I can trust my target audience not to ‘slate it’!