Friday, October 23, 2009

Messy Tessy

Messy Tessy by Leah Orr

While babysitter Aunt Fran is asleep, Messy Tessy finds humorous and amusing ways to entertain herself. With ever turn of the page enjoy the mischief that unfolds.

This is a well written children book. It is a cute story, written in simple words a first grader should be able to read.
Tessy is getting in all kinds of trouble while her aunt who is babysitting her is taking a nap. I enjoyed the rhyming sentences and the nice colorful illustrations.
My granddaughter loved this book and all the mischief Tessy got into. She is in first grade and had no trouble reading it.
This is a great book for all little girls.
About the Author:
Leah Orr resides in Weston, Florida with her husband and three daughters. Leah has written 3 books. Messy Tessy is the most recent, released in the Fall of 2009.
Upon learning that her daughter was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis (while still in the womb) Orr knew she wanted to do something special. With some input from her mother and three daughters, it was decided that she'd write books to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Foundation.
Orr donates the proceeds from her books to the CF Foundation. Writing the books was her way of helping the charity and giving back at the same time. The Orr family has raised more than $400,000 over the past 7 years for the CF Foundation. Her mother, Josephine Lepore, is the master illustrator of the books.
Leah has recently been featured on ABC's Health Watch, NBC Today South Florida, CBS South Florida, CBS This Morning Virginia, NBC the 10! Show Philadelphia, and National Syndicated, "The Daily Buzz".
Leah has been featured in Publications such as: Forbes Magazine, Medical News Today, The Miami Herald, The Sun-Sentinel, University of Miami Communique Magazine, South Florida Hospital News, City and Shore Magazine, South Florida

Paperback: 36 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (August 18, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1438993986
ISBN-13: 978-1438993980

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations! This is very admirable! I look forward to hearing my 7-yr. old read this to me.