Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Book Review for Day's End Lullaby by Karen Cioffi

Karen Cioffi is an advocate of education, reading, and the environment. She loves how reading can spark a child’s imagination and bring him or her to new worlds and on amazing adventures.

Along with writing children’s books, Karen is a ghostwriter and freelance writer, and has several nonfiction books on writing and book marketing. She has lived in New York City all her life, and two of her favorite sayings are:

“Nothing ventured, nothing gained.” American proverb
“Be the change you want to see in the world.” M. Ghandi

You can visit Karen’s blog at: http://karencioffiwritingandmarketing.com
For more about Karen’s books and ebooks go to:
Day’s End Lullaby Review:

The time is 8 o'clock, the sun is setting, and with their favorite stuffed animal next to them, a child is ready for sleep. The moon is out and the toys are put away, ready for another day of play. A child goes to sleep, dreaming of the next days adventures.
Day’s End Lullaby is a simple, colorful, 28 page bedtime picture book that combines easy to read text, with delightful pictures and lyrical phrases to create a relaxing lure toward sleep. Parents, who often sing their children to sleep, with find this story a great addition to their bedtime routine. As a special feature located a the end of the book, sheet music to the lullaby is included.
Self-Published through BookSurge (now assimilated into CreateSpace) for Day’s End Lullaby

ISBN 13: 9781419691577
Publication Date: October 2008
Genre of Book: Children’s Bedtime Story
Author Website: http://karencioffi.com
Publisher Website: http://4rvpublishingllc.com

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Writers and Authors - Interview

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  1. Thanks so much for being a part of my blog tour and for the wonderful review of Day's End Lullaby!


  2. This is such a cute book. My girls loved it.

  3. Thank you for hosting Karen Cioffi on your blog for the World of Ink November 2011 Tour.

  4. Virginia and Stanley, Thanks so much for stopping by.