#KidLitPhil Auction item 23 from April Jones Prince

KidLit for the Philippines is an online talent auction to benefit Mercy Corps and UNICEF relief efforts for Typhoon Haiyan (aka Yolanda). Agents, editors, authors, and illustrators have donated various services and items to be auctioned off to the highest bidder, with donations being made directly to Mercy Corps and UNICEF.

Auction #23: DIG IN! to Signed Board Books With Moving Parts!

Description: Dig In! and Dive In! are newly published board books from Abrams Appleseed. Both feature "diggers" and big machines, a surprise ending, and moving parts that are just right for little hands. Your copies will be signed by illustrator Michelle Berg and signed/personalized by author April Jones Prince. Both books are Amazon Best Books of the Year and Parents' Choice Fun Stuff Award Winners. Dive in and bid!

Estimated Value: $16

Minimum Bid: $10

Auction Ends: 12/5/2013 at 10:00 PM EST

Bio: April Jones Prince is a children’s book author and freelance editor. She has worked in the editorial departments of William Morrow and HarperCollins Children’s Books, and has also been a children’s bookseller. Currently, she works at Studio Goodwin Sturges, an illustrator’s agency in Providence that represents nearly 40 children’s book authors and illustrators. April is the author of eight books for young readers, including the award-winning Twenty-One Elephants and Still Standing and What Do Wheels Do All Day? She especially loves history, biography, and all kinds of picture books.

Donor April Jones Prince’s website: www.apriljonesprince.com

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