Emma Jacobs is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains fun facts about cars in detail among the content of Children’s Book About Cars: A Kids Picture Book About Cars With Photos and Fun Facts.This delightful picture book for children from about 4-10 contains a variety of fun facts about cars and contains wonderful graphic images to accompany the story. It offers interesting facts, in simple language, and although appropriate for all these ages, for the 4 years old to early second grade probably will need to be viewed with a parent. Students will encounter new words and concepts. They’ll read about the very first steam-powered cars and the invention of the gas engine They’ll also learn about the batmobile. Other subjects in the book include cars for kids and bumper cars.The images in the book are primarily colored Photographs that are stunning if read with a Kindle Fire or the Kindle Application on one of the tablet devices or the PC. Black and White readers will be also see them clearly but will just miss the added dimension available. Children will also find answers to kid-style questions;How did the first steam engine work?How does the Formula 1 race car work?What’s with the Bumper Car?Teachers and homeschooling parents will find this book a wonderful addition to their nonfiction libraries. It provides selected passages on an assortment of subjects. Science facts, history facts, and cultural facts are all presented for the young reader. Great illustrations bring the text to life.The main subject of this ebook is to let your children explore the world of cars and this makes a fantastic addition to every children’s library, whether on the child’s reader or a parent’s or grandparent’s reader. It also makes a fantastic addition for reading in the car.
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If you are looking for a writer who produces high-quality content for kids in a short time frame, look no further. Emma Jacobs prides herself in providing her clients with top-notch, original content that captures the attention of children in an informative yet engaging way. She works quickly and strives to ensure that every book she completes is an example of her best work.
Emma has a Bachelor’s degree in English and during her time as a freelance writer.
She has written about a variety of topics, but does many children’s books relating to automotive and science topics. She hopes to be branching out soon. She loves coaching new writers. She’ll help fine-tune character development, hunt for plot holes, and teach tricks of the trade to give aspiring writers more impact.
Her experience also includes a stint as the assistant editor of an academic journal, so she has real editorial experience and a great proof-reader’s eye. She also dabbles in fiction, and thus, a creative problem solver as well.
You’ll find that I can filter and synthesize information very quickly, and that I’m responsive to the objectives and time constraints attached to your project. Flexible, friendly, fast—I pride myself on exceeding your expectations.
Emma has been a judge in one of a prestigious local writing competition for almost four years, as the sole judge in K-12 writing.
Emma substitute Teaches at Fernwood Elementary outside of Pittsburgh, and lives with her husband, two wonderful children, a golden retriever and a lizard named Tombo.