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Patricia Herber, a Celebrated Educator, Presents Her Enchanting New Children’s Book: “Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children”


The wonderful book “Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children” by veteran educator Patricia Herber, who has a distinguished career spanning more than three decades in elementary education, has recently been published. Patricia is a well-known member of her community and has earned both a master’s and a B.S. in elementary education from different universities, including Penn State. After retiring from teaching, she now devotes her time and talents to inspiring children, not just in her hometown of Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, but also around the country, to love reading.

A collection of lovely, interesting, and instructive poems called “Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children” introduces young readers to a variety of subjects, such as holidays, dental health, fire safety, animals, and dinosaurs. Delightful pictures that aim to stimulate young readers’ imaginations are included with the poems. For kids ages two to ten, this book seamlessly combines instruction and enjoyment thanks to the power of rhyme and the wide range of topics covered.

Patricia’s aim of completing “Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children” stems from her strong belief in the significance of rhymes in promoting literacy among youngsters. She considers rhyming to be an important ability that can help children learn to read in a fun way. Patricia believes that her book will instill a lifetime love of reading in youngsters, mirroring her career-long commitment to fostering young minds. She uses her skills and enthusiasm for teaching to create this collection of poems, which is aimed at awakening young readers’ interest and understanding while entertaining them.

“Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children” is a delightful, engaging tool that will undoubtedly boost your child’s learning experience. Reading these poems will not only spark young imaginations, but also lay the groundwork for their literacy skills. This lovely collection provides a delightful way for families to spend time together while learning and growing. Patricia enables readers to explore the humorous images and the magic of rhyme in her wonderful world of words.

Discover a world of learning, laughter, and love of reading with Patricia Herber’s “Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children,” available now. Visit:

“Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children” By Patricia Herber
Published by Your Online Publicist: June 24, 2020
Printed in United States of America
This book is printed on acid-free paper.
Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children
ISBN: 978 -1-63892-709-9 (sc)
ISBN: 978-1-63892-710-5 (hc)

About The Author

When Patricia Herber was growing up as the middle child in a family of 8 children, her childhood memories included Mother Goose Rhymes which were popular at that time, and they merrily jumped rope to chants that rhymed. Fast forward to present day, and she is now the author of a rhyming poetry book for children.

She is extremely delighted to share her engaging collection of rhyming poems and amusing illustrations with children and adults alike. All of her poems were inspired by activities she did and topics she taught in her first-grade classroom over the years. These poems come from her heart, and she feels they need to be shared so that children everywhere can experience fun while learning how to read through the use of rhymes.

Girls and boys are in for a delightful educational reading adventure when they pick up her book, Butterflies, Bears, and Other Poems for Children. They will learn meaningful and interesting facts as they look at the colorful, cute, and funny illustrations. They will find out how the teddy bear got its name and how to remember the colors of a rainbow. They will learn what a “chrysalis” is and what happens when the groundhog sees its shadow. They will read about Johnny Appleseed, who was actually a real person who planted apple seeds all across America. They will discover the names of animal babies and read about T-Rex and other dinosaurs. They will learn about fire safety and dental health, become a friend with a fireman, color Easter eggs, and build their own snowy day friend. They will visit a farm and a circus, go to a Halloween party, and read about many other holidays. There are so many fun things to see and read about in her book.

She wrote her poems in rhyme because, sadly, she has noticed that over the years, Mother Goose rhymes are no longer being read to young children as they once were, and some children have no idea what rhymes are. She firmly believes that the concept of rhyming is one important skill, among many, that can help a child to increase his/her vocabulary from one word to eight words, just like that. She wanted her book to be an alternative for children to watching TV and sitting in front of a computer screen playing games all day. Her poems will provide an excellent opportunity for quality bonding between parent/grandparent and child that is so vital in today’s society. Children are the winners here when they have access to her book.

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