Welcome and say, Hi, to Children’s book author; Maretha M Botha. A marvelous collection to add to your Christmas or any other list for the younger folks.

Suzanna Burke gave me such a fabulous RRBCPIF tour day that I’ve decid d to reblogging her post to this, my second blog as Fauna Park Tales carries the first one. Just by way of reminder. Indie authors need your support, not only with retweets, but also to leave a positive review on Amazon whenever you can!

Welcome to the World of Suzanne Burke.

rrbc-pay-it-foward-cover-fauna-park-tales-maretha-mothaLet’s learn a little more about Maretha and her amazing collection of Children’s Books.

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Maretha Botha – Librarian, Children’s author/illustrator and self-confessed bookworm, chocolate and black coffee addict, animal and bird lover, occasional gardener and hiker on the moors. Her children’s (9-12) series of illustrated books called, “FAUNA PARK TALES” is based on “African Adventures of Flame, Family, Furry and Feathered Friends” a September 2013 GOLD MEDAL WINNER on Authonomy, a HarperCollins writers’ website.

The first three books of “Fauna Park Tales: An African Adventure” are available as eBooks and black/white illustrated paperbacks.
A 210 page, Gold Band DELUXE COLOUR ILLUSTRATED EDITION – “Tales from Fauna Park, An African Adventure: Flame and Hope” is available and will also be enjoyed by better readers (9-12) who still like seeing illustrations

What Maretha has to say about writing books for children.

http://myBook.to/ flameandhope

Even though there are many challenges as far as…

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