Introducing Donna Pisella, author of The Blue Goblin

“Today I received my author copies. I am very pleased. What a great book. I love everything about it. You guys have been so fantastic to work with and I wanted to thank you whole heartedly for all your patience and professionalism. Dustin did an amazing job with the illustrations and I can’t thank him enough. I would definitely recommend Outskirts Press to anyone interested in becoming published and I most certainly would publish another book with Outskirts in the future.”

Donna Pisella is a mother of a toddler who inspired her adorable story that hopefully sends a meaningful message to young children who are fussy eaters. The author lives in NYC with her husband and daughter and enjoys spending quality family time on weekends in the North Fork of Long Island. She enjoys creative storytelling with her daughter, which sparked the story line of “The Blue Goblin.”

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Book description…

Follow the journey of a grumpy green goblin who loves his green wriggly worms but turns the color blue after eating blueberries he finds in the forest. In his quest to change back, he discovers new delicious and nutritious green vegetables that leave him feeling happier and more satisfied. The goblin is no longer grumpy and instead of being scary to children, he finds happiness planting a green vegetable garden and feasts with his goblin friends.

Introducing L.S. Davis, author of Maggie

“I just wanted to thank you and everyone who helped make my book possible. I received my free copies today and it just looks amazing! Thanks again, so much!”

About L.S. Davis: Growing up, I had absolutely no appetite for food. I only had an appetite for doodling cartoons. Now I am the proud father of a precious little girl who has the absolute biggest appetite for all foods. Watching her and the many different ways she enjoys her food inspired me to do this story.

Product description…

Maggie is a little girl with a very big appetite. Follow her as she gobbles her way through many different foods in many different ways . . .