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"I'm a Happy Baby!"
by Modesty M. McGavin

Overview


A diary about the extraordinary love in a child's ordinary days.

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Description


A family of three: father, mother and a baby living in a simple house with a dog named Barney. Baby shares his experiences of varied expressions of love from his parents. Like a budding rose, the virtues gradually get instilled and grow in the child who at the end expresses appreciation and gratitude back to his parents.
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About the author


Modesty M. McGavin finds her happiness in the simple joys of life. These are mainly children and dogs. For her, writing children's books is like making friends. Like a friendship that starts with a handshake, this begins with the first turn of the page. And just like a good conversation with a friend, this is followed with uplifting stories that are definitely worth keeping and repeating. 

Modesty is a child-at-heart who enjoys dancing, voice mimicking and nurturing the love amongst her three dogs two of whom are rescues. She likes seeing tangible accomplishments such as fruits growing in her garden, as well as intangible ones like her works at religious and non-profit institutions. She had devoted years generating funds to make educational media available to impoverished children.

(Monte Cassino books are available in print and electronic formats. Please also check the read-aloud book "Puppy Curly's First Four Seasons.")

About the illustrator

John Crisostomo is an "emotion-in-motion" artist. John's drawings secure the messages of story books with both his broad and detailed interpretations; and like a puppeteer, he doesn't simply create drawings, but captures the emotions behind the words and breaths life into them. In every page, he puts the right amount of visual zest to keep readers entertained and motivated.

John, a certified animal-lover, has no plans of slowing down in extending his artistic abilities to various authors worldwide. John was also supervisor for the Computer Graphics and Animation Department of a leading Broadcasting Network where he spearheaded among others the production of artworks, 2D and 3D images for various educational television shows. He is an artist for both the printed and television media, and in all these platforms, John's creative juice is unstoppable and his creative contributions always meaningful.
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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Family / New Baby

Language:English

Pages:40

eBook ISBN:9780996669528


Overview


A diary about the extraordinary love in a child's ordinary days.

Read more

Description


A family of three: father, mother and a baby living in a simple house with a dog named Barney. Baby shares his experiences of varied expressions of love from his parents. Like a budding rose, the virtues gradually get instilled and grow in the child who at the end expresses appreciation and gratitude back to his parents.

Read more

About the author


Modesty M. McGavin finds her happiness in the simple joys of life. These are mainly children and dogs. For her, writing children's books is like making friends. Like a friendship that starts with a handshake, this begins with the first turn of the page. And just like a good conversation with a friend, this is followed with uplifting stories that are definitely worth keeping and repeating. 

Modesty is a child-at-heart who enjoys dancing, voice mimicking and nurturing the love amongst her three dogs two of whom are rescues. She likes seeing tangible accomplishments such as fruits growing in her garden, as well as intangible ones like her works at religious and non-profit institutions. She had devoted years generating funds to make educational media available to impoverished children.

(Monte Cassino books are available in print and electronic formats. Please also check the read-aloud book "Puppy Curly's First Four Seasons.")

About the illustrator

John Crisostomo is an "emotion-in-motion" artist. John's drawings secure the messages of story books with both his broad and detailed interpretations; and like a puppeteer, he doesn't simply create drawings, but captures the emotions behind the words and breaths life into them. In every page, he puts the right amount of visual zest to keep readers entertained and motivated.

John, a certified animal-lover, has no plans of slowing down in extending his artistic abilities to various authors worldwide. John was also supervisor for the Computer Graphics and Animation Department of a leading Broadcasting Network where he spearheaded among others the production of artworks, 2D and 3D images for various educational television shows. He is an artist for both the printed and television media, and in all these platforms, John's creative juice is unstoppable and his creative contributions always meaningful.
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