From Skyye Seawirth

a toddler’s travelogue: Little-known History and Fun Stuff for Parents

A toddler’s travelogue is a funny work of fiction for parents of toddlers and kids, grown-ups who love a great laugh, and adults who appreciate good clean humor.
Written by a precocious four-year-old girl, Skyye Seawirth, a toddler’s travelogue dishes out funnies and wisdoms about little-known American history and life.
Illustrated by MarinaK, the book features wisdoms from Skyye’s grandmother, Grams, and Skyye’s preschool teacher, Miss Ramirez.
Testimonials:
“Cutest little book. Ever! The concept of a 4-year-old girl writing a book for grownups is very unusual, but this one pulled it off so well I can’t wait to read the next one.”
“As a parent of a toddler, I first thought this was a book for children, but then I started reading it to my daughter and discovered it was really for me. How cool. My little girl still wanted to read it as soon as she saw cartoons of Skyye. Now it’s all she wants me to read to her. Skyye is adorable. Thank you for a great idea.”
“The cartoons in this book are so cute! Skyye is actually believable as an author and amateur historian. When you look at the cartoons of Skyye and read her “wisdoms,” you can hear her talking to you in this funny, articulate voice. This book deserves a spot on a bestseller list!”
“I enjoyed “listening” to this little tyke! She is Loving, Kind and intends to send a Positive Message to all Us Pretty Grownups!
Give it a look see!”