Christmas Ideas for Transitional Readers – ‘The Monster That Ate My Socks’ by A. J. Cosmo Now Available
A. J. Cosmo’s most well known work to date, ‘The Creature That Ate My Socks’, is currently accessible in print interestingly, without a moment to spare for the 2014 Christmas Season.
A. J. Cosmo’s central goal is enhance the personal satisfaction for children and grown-ups by instructing imperative lessons through senseless stories that draw in kids in capable ways, in this manner establishing the framework for future accomplishment in life. The greater part of Cosmo’s stories are painstakingly made to help guardians educate their youngsters straightforward ordinary lessons in a straightforward way. By guilefully wedding lovely delineations and dialect, kids are tested to investigate his supernatural universes. Composed for the transitional peruser, A.J’s. stories permit youngsters to create and ace another level of perusing.
‘The Beast That Ate My Socks’ has sold more than 100,000 duplicates in Encourage adaptation. The book is presently accessible in print and is the main offering from his new distributing organization.
“‘The Creature That Ate My Socks’ is the primary honest to goodness printed book from Thought Bubble Distributing, the recently fused independently publishing engrave that I framed not long ago,” Cosmo expressed. “It is my trust, and my objective, to speak to different creators and artists who wound up in a comparable position in their voyages. I want to support their ability and brood their professions. I wish to open up one of a kind voices and permit lights to sparkle brighter.”
A.J. is the writer and artist of more than forty kids’ books for the Amazon Ignite including the top rated ‘The Beast That Ate My Socks’ which put in very nearly two years at the highest point of the Creature class and in the main 500 books in general. While quite a bit of his work is revolved around the idea of creatures, A. J. figures out how to make characters that are amusing, one of a kind and fiercely captivating.
“I dream that ‘The Beast That Ate My Socks’ is quite recently the start of a long line of books and media that will engage and amuse for eras to come,” Cosmo closed. “I need to enhance the world. I need to enhance individuals’ lives, if just for one minute.”
A. J. Cosmo is accessible for media meets and can be achieved utilizing the data beneath or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The majority of Cosmo’s works are accessible at Amazon. More data is accessible at his site at http://www.ajcosmo.com.
A. J. Cosmo lives and fills in as an author and artist in Los Angeles and has composed more than thirty youngsters’ books for the Amazon Encourage.