Ashland University Professor’s Book Wins Silver Medal
“Curious Critters,” an environmental children’s picture book by Ashland University’s Associate Professor of English Dr. David FitzSimmons has just been awarded a silver medal in the prestigious Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards.
“Curious Critters,” featuring stunning images of common North American animals photographed against white backgrounds—animals ranging from butterflies and beetles to turtles and birds—won silver among all non-fiction picture book entries.
The Moonbeam Children's Book Awards is an annual competition that recognizes outstanding children’s books and their authors and illustrators. The Moonbeam competition encourages and celebrates life-long reading. Judges include educators, librarians, booksellers, and book reviewers.
Sample flipping book pages, more info about the unique photography techniques, and signed copies of “Curious Critters” are available at www.curious-critters.com. “Curious Critters” is available at bookstores across North America and online at Amazon.com and B&N.com.
For additional images, more info, or to schedule an interview, please contact:
Steve Hannan, Director of Public Relations, Ashland University
Lorna Garano, Book Publicist
David FitzSimmons, Photographer & Author of "Curious Critters" firstname.lastname@example.org; 419-892-2900
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