Annette Bentley Smith is a writer of children’s short stories, rhyming poetry and picture books, for ages 0-4 and 5-9. She lives in Georgia with her husband, two sons, her granddaughter and her stepdaughter. Mrs. Smith’s educational background includes a high school education, and is a graduate of "The Institute of Children’s Literature." She was self-taught as well, by looking and learning from other writers. Her passion for writing began when she was in elementary school, but it took her own children to get her to this point in her writing career. She has worked around and helped a lot of children in her time, and plan to continue to help many more through her writing. Her granddaughter Melody Rayne enables her to stay current with the preschool and elementary scene.
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VideosDivorce Through The Eyes of a Child; Dear Mama and Dad
"In America, there is one divorce approximately every 36 seconds*. That's nearly 2,400 divorces per day, 16,800 divorces per week and 876,000 divorces a year." (McKinley Irvin Family Law)
Children are affected in many ways. This children's book is a letter written to parents through a child's eyes, to express how divorce makes them feel. It encourages friendship between the mother and father, for the sake of the children.To: Nanna With Love From: Me
A poetic children's picture story book about a little girl who calls both her grandmothers, Nanna! She decided to write them a letter that will last them their whole life.The Best Sleepover in the Deep Blue Sea
A Bedtime Children's Picture Story Book; Have you ever had a hard time falling asleep? That’s exactly what happened to Chance, a very tiny noble knight who lived in a very large castle under the deep blue sea,with his very tiny sister, Harmony. They were certain that if they had a sleepover and invited all of their friends, they would fall asleep without any problem.
The Miserable Life of Tac; The Aluminum Can
by Annette Smith
Life for Tac an aluminum soda can, had been hard, down right miserable! He sat on the desk of a Psychologist day in and day out. He was tired of listening to everybody else tell their story. He had been popped, drained, smashed, bashed, and trashed. He decided to be the one on the couch this time, to tell his story to Dr. Psych.
This book will expand one's imagination and encourage recycling.
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