Haddonfield author pens fun-filled rainy day adventure in new children’s book
HADDONFIELD, N.J. — Author Jackie Henry Bull proves that kids can still have fun during a rainy day in “Olivia and Kate Think About Rain Drops,” an enjoyable, new children’s book that is set for nationwide release this week.
It rained yesterday. It is raining today. Olivia wants the rain to stop so her team can play their soccer game — but does she, really?
In “Olivia and Kate Think About Rain Drops,” young readers will realize how much fun it is to experience a rainy day! In this adorable story, Daddy helps Olivia think about why flowers and birds like the rain. As the rain continues to fall, Olivia and her friend, Kate, splash and twirl among the rain drops. They laugh as the rain falls on the flowers and their faces!
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Bull has been affiliated with several levels of education for over 25 years. Her teaching career spans from elementary education to being a university professor, in which she constantly encourages her students to practice going beyond just learning facts. She imposes that thinking and then applying information is what leads to creativity.
Bull is a lifelong New Jersey resident. She, along with her wonderful husband, Mike, who is a retired educator, enjoys researching topics for her books.