LITITZ, PA — Patty Lang Pfennig is a mother, grandmother, and longtime resident of Wheaton, Illinois, where she acquired her love of birding, who now resides in Lititz, Pennsylvania, where she enjoys gardening, biking, and hiking. She has completed her new book “Terns Taking Turns”: a beautifully illustrated book with a meaningful and informative storyline for school-aged children.
“Terns Taking Turns” is a wonderful story of four feathered friends learning the simple but all-important “golden rule” of how to treat others as they want to be treated: taking turns! Readers will be introduced to a rarely seen species of shorebird—the Tern. The story is endearing, the characters engaging, and the vivid water-colored illustrations fly off the pages too! Older readers can be challenged with a lesson on homophones while also being introduced to a very popular hobby called birding—geographic range maps included. “Terns Taking Turns” will become a bedtime favorite for sure! (How many homophones can you find in this paragraph?)
Published by Page Publishing, Patty Lang Pfennig’s engrossing book is a delightful addition to any home- or school-based children’s library.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Terns Taking Turns” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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