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P.S. Boats - Around Puget Sound

SKU
10-08781

Author Susan Gibbons Wolf has never forgotten her first trip to the Seattle waterfront and onto a ferry with her grandmother. The wonder of standing on the deck of a boat for the first time, viewing islands, sun-dappled water and all different kinds of boats was an awe-inspiring adventure for a small child. P.S. Boats, Around Puget Sound is a celebration of the sights and sounds of that first trip. She wanted to create a book that would reflect the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with a natural curiosity of just one of its many elements — boats!

With award-winning artwork and a cheerful, rhyming text this lovely book is a treasure! Selected by the Washington County Library as a reward for its Young Reader Program, this is not your ordinary children’s book about boats! Suitable for children of all ages, beautiful watercolor illustrations of Pacific Northwest scenes are paired with bi-lingual (English/Spanish) text. Kids will enjoy this fun to read rhyming book as they learn what kind of boat each one is and what it does. Plus the same Spanish language text gives their language skills a taste for how Spanish speakers would talk about the same boats.

At the back of the book is a resource list of “Other Interesting Ports of Call.” Websites and places to take children are listed to enable learning more about boat building, sailing, Navy history, antique boats, Native American culture and the ecology of Puget Sound. With a hard cover, dust jacket and coated pages, this children’s picture book is a quality gift item and will become a beloved member in your home library.

Children's Book - Nautical
Author: Susan Gibbons Wolf
Translator: Graciela B. Seco
Illustrator: Megan Lingerfelt
Publisher: Wolf Publishing, 1st Edition (August 1,2019)
Language: Bilingual (English / Spanish)
Hardcover: 32 pages
ISBN: 9781948963251


$19.95

Author Susan Gibbons Wolf has never forgotten her first trip to the Seattle waterfront and onto a ferry with her grandmother. The wonder of standing on the deck of a boat for the first time, viewing islands, sun-dappled water and all different kinds of boats was an awe-inspiring adventure for a small child. P.S. Boats, Around Puget Sound is a celebration of the sights and sounds of that first trip. She wanted to create a book that would reflect the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with a natural curiosity of just one of its many elements — boats!

With award-winning artwork and a cheerful, rhyming text this lovely book is a treasure! Selected by the Washington County Library as a reward for its Young Reader Program, this is not your ordinary children’s book about boats! Suitable for children of all ages, beautiful watercolor illustrations of Pacific Northwest scenes are paired with bi-lingual (English/Spanish) text. Kids will enjoy this fun to read rhyming book as they learn what kind of boat each one is and what it does. Plus the same Spanish language text gives their language skills a taste for how Spanish speakers would talk about the same boats.

At the back of the book is a resource list of “Other Interesting Ports of Call.” Websites and places to take children are listed to enable learning more about boat building, sailing, Navy history, antique boats, Native American culture and the ecology of Puget Sound. With a hard cover, dust jacket and coated pages, this children’s picture book is a quality gift item and will become a beloved member in your home library.

Children's Book - Nautical
Author: Susan Gibbons Wolf
Translator: Graciela B. Seco
Illustrator: Megan Lingerfelt
Publisher: Wolf Publishing, 1st Edition (August 1,2019)
Language: Bilingual (English / Spanish)
Hardcover: 32 pages
ISBN: 9781948963251


About The Maker

About Wolf Publishing

(Sequim, Washington)

Susan Gibbons Wolf is a free-lance writer born and raised in Washington State.  She studied Creative Writing at the University of Washington and attended various workshops and writers’ conferences.  She is also a trained Public Information Officer.  She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and a past member of the Pacific NW Writers Association. 

Teaching Primary (Sunday School) children for over 40 years has given her the perspective of what children want:  vivid illustrations, engaging text, heartfelt messages and worthy subjects. 

A background in public speaking, public service, and direct sales -plus her own friendly and engaging personality - have given her the edge when it comes to reaching children and adults.  

She is the mother of three, stepmother of six, and grandmother of four.  She lives with her husband on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington during the summers and in southern Utah during the winters.

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