What Do You Feed An Imaginary Dragon
About the book
Meet Seven year old Tucker Jenkins, T.J. for short. TJ was a daydreamer. He daydreamed morning, noon and night. T.J.s mom and dad used to worry about him, but his teacher said he was a good boy, he got good grades and never got into trouble. Every story, song and invention starts with a day dream. Come and see what T.J. did with his day dreams.
About the Author
I am seventy-six now, but I decided at seventy-three that it was time to get down to business and publish my stories so my great-grand children would have something by which to remember Great-granny PJ. I self publish. I am not artistic, so I knew I would need a professional to do the illustrations. I found Mikemotz.com on line, and got lucky. He and his staff are extremely talented illustrators. I recommend self-publishing, if you are willing to do all the leg work and market your books yourself. If you have the talent for illustration, that is even better.
Title: What do you feed an Imaginary Dragon?
Author: PJ Cowan
Binding: Saddle Stitch
Dimensions (inches): 8.5" x 8.5"