Animals at the Office

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Product Details

Price
$20.69
Publisher
Sarah Sommer
Publish Date
Pages
40
Dimensions
11.02 X 8.5 X 0.25 inches | 0.94 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781734216219

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About the Author

Sarah Sommer is an award-winning children's picture book author who blends her love for music, animals, and positivity in her books. Having trained in classical music and performed internationally as a professional clarinetist, rhymes and lyrics are an important part of her writing style. She is an advocate for animals, as seen in her work fostering German shepherds, and as a result, animals are always a central part of her stories. Sarah aims to include encouraging themes, such as helping others, in all of her narratives because we all need a little help sometimes.

Devan is a self-taught artist with a love for animals, nature, and weird things. She has spent 10 years using her passion for color to perfect her skills of creating textures with markers using mainly Sharpies. Her best friend is her cat, Punkin, a cute little feline that has helped inspire Devan to not give up on her dream of being an artist.

Reviews

"A fantastic read! Seriously, bosses should buy this book for all of their employees. Every person within an office setting will find inspiration. Children's books are not just for children! Sometimes, it's the artistic whimsy that affords us the opportunity to embrace our inner-selves and realize that we take life too seriously. We need to get to the core of who we are and not worry so much about our appearances. It's our inner-character, personality, and natural-born gifts that afford us the ability to do our best work and be our best selves. Love and accept yourself and you'll be able to love and accept others too. Not by adopting their behaviors or views but respecting them for who they are; in turn, they'll respect you too." - from Jennie Louwes, Reedsy Discovery