Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Postcards from Mr. Pish Makes Learning about the U.S. and Canada Fun

Cambridge, Maryland, 24 May 2010 — Cambridge Books has just released Postcards from Mr. Pish, a new children’s book by K. S. Brooks. It is currently available on Amazon.com and will become available through bookstores and other online venues soon.

Postcards from Mr. Pish is a unique children’s book about an adorable Jack Russell Terrier as he travels cross-country. The book features full-color photographs, documenting Mr. Pish’s grand adventure in postcards which are written to entertain and teach children about the United States and Canada.

Teachers across the country are hailing Postcards from Mr. Pish as a valuable educational tool. Elementary School Teacher Lynn Drayzen comments “Kids...and adults...will learn important details about each state as they join Mr. Pish on his cross country travels.”

A portion of the profits from Postcards from Mr. Pish will benefit the Arbor Day Foundation’s Nature Explore program, a comprehensive, research-based initiative helping children and families develop a profound engagement with the natural world, where nature is an integral, joyful part of children’s daily learning.

More information about Postcards from Mr. Pish and author K. S. Brooks is available at http://www.mrpish.com/.


About K. S. Brooks
K.S. Brooks is an award winning novelist, photographer and poet, and author of two children’s books: The Mighty Oak and Me (2009), and Postcards from Mr. Pish (2010). Her articles, photographs, poetry, and blogs can be found in books, magazines, newspapers, galleries, and web sites worldwide. Book cover and other media images are available for download at http://www.ksbrooks.com/media.htm

About the Arbor Day Foundation
The Arbor Day Foundation is a nonprofit conservation and education organization of over one million members, with a mission to inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees. More information on the Foundation and its programs can be found at arborday.org.

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