Please check out Suzy Bohnert's radio interview at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/storiesfromunknownauthors at 2pm EST today to learn more about this wonderful book.
Suzy Beamer Bohnert launched her writing career with a job as a newspaper sports editor. During that job, she interviewed numerous coaches, athletes, and fans about sports, putting complicated games into simple words. She has written six books, including "Game-Day Goddess: Learning Baseball's Lingo"; "Game-Day Goddess: Learning Basketball's Lingo"; "Game-Day Goddess: Learning Football's Lingo"; "Game-Day Youth: Learning Baseball's Lingo"; "Game-Day Youth: Learning Basketball's Lingo"; and the fiction children's book "Binkie Learns to Fly."
Binkie butterfly wanted to fly, but was very nervous to be up so high into the sky. Mama encouraged Binkie to try, so he spread his wings and prepared himself to soar. But being afraid of traveling alone, he felt himself not wanting to go. So, mama decided to fly next to her son to ease his fear. But will flying be everything he expected?
This is a delightful 16 page picture book which encourages young children to strike out and try new things, even though they are afraid. Encouragment and guidance from an adult can help a child realize their full potential, giving them the confidence to soar to any heights. Children between 4-8 years of age will like the simple, yet colorful illustrations, delivering the message that children need to believe in themselves and that if there is a will, there is most certainly a way.