by Tom Skinner
It is advantageous to an author that his book should be attacked as well as praised. Fame is a shuttlecock. If it be struck only at one end of the room, it will soon fall to the ground. To keep it up, it must be struck at both ends. (Samuel Johnson)
Big fan base (Madonna, Seinfeld) = big sales + massive publicity.
Unfair advantage? Clear path to glory?
Is publication more to do with celebrity than writing talent?
Maybe celebrity revenue funds new writing talent?
Do parents buy for themselves or for their children?
TIME FOR THE GURU
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A whirlybird hero from the Duchess of York
This whimsical mini-monster mash is a solid early reader’s alphabet lesson cleverly disguised as goofy lighthearted wordplay.
That’s exactly why ABC: A Mini Monster Alphabet Book for Young and Old is chock full of adorable (not scary!) mini monsters with a love for sophisticated, funny, and odd-sounding names.
Kids will enjoy reading along as the narrator of the bonus audio recites Arty names, Bold names, Cute names, Daft names, and 22 other name categories — with each category and its related list of vocabulary word names linked to an individual letter of the alphabet.
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Genre – Children’s Picture Book
Rating – G
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