FORT COLLINS, Colo., Jan. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fort Collins based publishing group, A Book's Mind, releases new zombie children's book. The question is – who will love this book more, kids or adults?
The Little Zombie That Stood is a loveable undead character that teaches young minds the importance of doing what is right, even if others are not. Adults love the hilariousness of the illustrations while children learn from the positive message. "I wanted to make a zombie children's book that not only had a positive message for kids but was entertaining to the person buying the book," said author/illustrator, Floyd Orfield.
The color psychology along with the happy ending teaches children that doing the right thing is not only rewarding but leads to happiness. With the books early success, A Book's Mind and Floyd Orfield plan to expand the The Little Zombie That Stood series with new stories and activity books. Order The Little Zombie That Stood from February 19th to the 25th for your chance at winning a $100 Visa Gift Card and autographed copies of the book, visit www.abooksmind.com/zombie for more details.
2015 promises to be bright for Floyd Orfield and his publishing company, A Book's Mind. More and more authors are realizing the benefit of publishing with the hybrid publishing company instead of going the traditional publishing route. Big names like Davy Jones of The Monkees, and John Hewitt, founder of Jackson Hewitt and Liberty Tax Service, are two recent authors published by A Book's Mind.
They Made a Monkee Out of Me, is the 2nd edition of the formerly out-of-print autobiography of the Monkee's front man, Davy Jones. The 248 page book is loaded with pictures and stories from Davy Jones, himself. The autobiography of John Hewitt, iCompete, due out February 9th, promises to knock you out of your comfort zone and teach you how to win in any business you choose. The man who made over 800 millionaires teaches his valuable lessons in setting and achieving goals.
SOURCE A Book's Mind