Expat author creates interactive children’s stories

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Expat author creates interactive children’s stories

AN expat children’s author has published four new books aimed at four to seven-year-olds.

Anita Pouroulis, from Sotogrande, has based the rhyming stories on the adventures of youngsters as they pit their wits against mums, dads and monsters.

Pancake Pandemonium, Mum’s Cronky Car, Oh What a Tangle! and My Monster Mayhem will also be available as interactive apps.

The Olive Press asked editor Jon Clarke’s daughter Maia, 7, what she thought of the books.

“I really liked reading My Monster Mayhem, it is the coolest book I’ve ever read. I liked the picture of the girl best and I liked the pictures of the monsters because they are really funny.

“I like it more than the other books, although Pancake Pandemonium is funny.

“My little brother Alfie liked Mum’s Cronky Car best.”

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  1. Anita Pouroulis is doing a book signing at 12.00pm (noon) this Saturday 1 December 2012 at the Bookworld España
    Puerto Banús store, opposite “El Corte Inglés.”

    There are two drawing competitions and kids can win a set of her books by ‘Creating A Monster’ or a crazy hairstyle for Anita’s character, Kiki. There’ll be giveaways too! See you there!

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