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See Things in A Different Way with “Upside Down Harry” by Judith Allen Hartman


Fun-filled yet informative, “Upside Down Harry” is your perfect Early Childhood Education pick written by Judith Hartman, an Early Childhood Specialist and Educator.

As children tend to find hand-stands fascinating and even quite funny, here is a book that not only intends to make them laugh, but to learn a few lessons as well. This child-oriented book depicts the journey of Harry as he walks in a different way, and see thing in a different way. As surprising as this sounds, “Upside Down Harry” actually refers to scientific concepts made easy and fun to grasp. As your little one goes through the book, they will learn basic things such as clouds give us rain and the sun helps plants grow. What makes it even better is the fact that Harry can be very relatable to children, especially to the little boys out there. Additionally, its colorful illustrations really bring the story to life, making it incredibly entertaining.

The author, Judith Allen Hartman, has accomplished a lot of things throughout her life as a Childhood Specialist and Educator. She also became a Mentor for the State of California for six years. There, she mentored teachers, parents, and principals in developmentally appropriate practices. Her love for reading and writing has encouraged many, including students who she successfully motivated to write and illustrate their own stories. She also reads to her granddaughters and grandson, which she enjoys very much. Her grandchildren are actually the illustrators of the brightly colored book.

A great book for school age children, this is definitely worth the try. Get your copy at

Upside Down Harry
Author: Judith Allen Hartman E.C.E Specialist
Publisher : Your Online Publicist
Publication Date : February 2023
Genre : Children’s Book
Paperback ISBN : 978-1-63892-510-1
Hardcover ISBN : 978-1-63892-511-8

About the Author
Judith Allen Hartman is an E.C.E Specialist and Educator. She helped develop the program DAP, Developmentally Appropriate Practices, and was a Mentor for the State of California for six years. She mentored teachers, parents and principals in developmentally appropriate practices. She also, developed the first “Open Classroom” in Children’s Centers. Her administrative career includes being a Site Manager for Children’s Centers and Substitute principal in Elementary School. She lives with her husband on Mt. Tamalpais, in Marin County and spends vacation time in Lake Tahoe with family and friends. As a k-3rd Early Childhood Specialist and Elementary School Teacher, she has read stories for many years to boys and girls. Through her love of reading and writing, she has encouraged many students to write and illustrate their own stories. She has a married daughter, Heidi, and four grandchildren. She enjoys reading to her three granddaughters, Halley, Natalie and Bridget and to her grandson, William. Her grandchildren are the illustrators of the brightly colored book, “Upside Down Harry.”

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