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About Annie Lang
Annie Lang is a self-taught award winning designer/author who published 29 decorative arts how-to instructional books with Easl Publications from 1995-2003. Her many licensed characters and project designs have appeared in a wide variety of painting and craft magazines and have been used on numerous commercially manufactured products and fabrics as well. She continues to actively support the Creative Arts Community which has played a key role in her home based business since 1986 when she opened her Annie Things Possible home based business. Annie's whimsical characters and creative designs, which include everything from buglets to elves, have found their way into the international commercial marketplace and into the hearts of arts and crafts lovers worldwide.
After years of offering direct to consumer downloadable art images and projects, Annie has now turned to independent publishing ventures which include trace and transfer Linework Pattern books, clip and craft project books and most recently, authored and illustrated Children's Storybooks based on her whimsical character art. You'll find her growing list of independently published work through KDP/Amazon Kindle Store posted on her www.annielangsbooks.com WEBSITE. Annie has also created an exclusive line of greeting cards featuring her most popular image collections and book characters available through her Annie Lang's Card Shop which you can find online.
Annie Lang currently resides in Grand Blanc, Michigan, very near the community where both she and her husband, grew up. Her growing family which now includes 2 granddaughters
continues to provide her with limitless support, inspiration, and humor, which has always been reflected in her work.
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Annie Lang's fun little holiday elf characters take young readers on an unforgettable holiday trip to an amazing place. The story begins with elves making ready for Santa in their workshop and readers quickly become engaged in the brightly colored and detailed imagery as the story adventure unfolds. You'll find this book to be a wonderful publication for "read together" activities as it encourages discussion with each turn of the page. Annie Lang's fun loving Elf characters have been around for more than two decades and this is the second holiday storybook publication she has written and illustrated for young children.
Annie Lang's fun little holiday story draws young readers into a world where Elves work and play to make ready for the happiest season of the year. The story takes place at the Elves' cottage and readers quickly become engaged in the brightly colored and detailed imagery as the story unfolds. You'll find this book to be a wonderful publication for "read together" activities as it encourages discussion with each turn of the page. This is Annie Lang's second published children's book title and the first time her fun loving Elf characters have been introduced to young readers!
Young readers will quickly engage with Annie Lang's vividly detailed imagery as a little girl character and her Grandma spend the day together working on projects and fixing "stuff". Children will learn about common tools in the toolbox, why safety gear is needed and how quickly the day passes when you spend it working together. "My Grandma Uses Power Tools" is a terrific "read it together" publication that encourages discussion with each turn of the page. This publication has been revised with pop-up text for Kindle Kids which make reading easier for those using smaller devices and for beginner readers. Simply touch the screen on page text and selected images and a pop-up text box appears. Inspired by her young granddaughters, this is Annie Lang's ninth indie published children's book title.
This story begins with a child character whose mom takes her to visit her grandmas for a "Girl's Day In". She asks the questions and everyone responds as they chat the day away. Group questions about the cars they drove, daily chores, schools they attended, communicating with friends and the fun activities they enjoyed and more are addressed and answered throughout the book. This 32 page publication is brightly and accurately illustrated with everything from generational appliances to electronic devices and daily living necessities a child may be curious about. Whether you are a classroom instructor teaching recent history to young students, a great-grandma who doesn't understand what a smartphone is used for, a grandma who appreciates streamed movies in lieu of watching shows on a black and white tv or a mom who will never experience washing laundry with a wringer washer, this publication reminds us all of how quickly our world changes. This publication has been updated for Kindle Kids with easy to read pop-up text boxes making it ideal for beginner readers and viewing on smaller devices. Simply touch the text and selected images on the screen and a text box will pop up.
Young readers will quickly engage with Annie Lang's vividly detailed characters and imagery as the story unfolds. The moral to the story is obvious, but it is presented in a way that is not so much about paying attention to words of caution as it is about taking advice intended to keep us safe. Unlike traditional children's books where the main character solves his own problems, this story presents a more realistic scenario whereas the younger character may need a little help in order to get out of a precarious situation and to learn a valuable life lesson from the experience. "Look Before You Leap, Froggy!" is a terrific "read it together" publication that encourages discussion with each turn of the page.
This is a revised publication edition in Kindle Kids pop-up text format which makes it easier to read on small devices and for beginner readers as well. Readers simple touch the screen on page text and selected images and a box with enhanced text will appear. This is Annie Lang's fourth published children's book title as she happily introduces time her fun frog characters to a new generation of young readers!
This book is not just about garden vegetables who chatter, but more about how conversations can easily be misconstrued into rumors that spread quickly through a community. In today's world of global communications and social media, it's a fun way to teach youngsters that the rumors we hear that have been passed from person to person are sometimes not true at all!
Where did she go? What did she do? What was in the “wiggly” bundle the kindly couple brought home? What’s this story all about?
Read this book and you’ll soon find out!
Written and illustrated by Annie Lang, "Something Weird is Going On Here" is a delightful story that will inspire, encourage and introduce young readers to the wonderful world of books! Colorful and engaging illustrated images help early learners see how family life quickly changes as seen through the perspective of Meatloaf the cat. From life at the shelter to the everyday joys of a new home to to addition of a new family member, children will see how Meatloaf the cat adapts to each new "weird" event that comes along. This is a great read-it-together book that is sure to spark some very interesting home conversations with inquisitive youngsters. This is a revised edition formatted for Kindle Kids which features pop-up text boxes which makes it easier to read on small devices and for young beginner readers. Simply touch the text and selected images on the screen and text will be displayed!
You'll find this brightly illustrated publication a wonderful way to introduce the alphabet to young readers and preschoolers. Originally published as a "read it together" video learning tool for a two year old, viewers overwhelmingly responded with requests for this alphabet to be made available in print book and Kindle format. With each turn of the page, children quickly engage with the vividly illustrated sillyhearted characters which have the amazing ability to capture and hold a young reader's attention throughout the entire book.
This is the fifth independently published children's book title by Annie Lang and this updated Kindle Kids book edition features pop-up text boxes to make it easier to read on small devices and for beginner readers. Simply touch the device screen on page text and selected images and text boxes will pop right up. This is Annie Lang's fifth published children's book and a great way to get your little readers off to a fun start.
Annie Lang's whimsically funny story is filled with silly antics and rhymes from head to toe! Young readers will surely giggle as the character finds something silly happening with every part of his furry body. The bright, cheery and nonsensical illustrations are both engaging and humorous to make learning fun and imaginative. You'll find this book to be a wonderful publication for "read together" and learning activities as it encourages discussion with each turn of the page. This is Annie Lang's third published children's book title and the first time her awesome monster character has been introduced in a published storybook tale. It has now been re-released in an updated Kindle Kids version with pop-up text boxes to make reading easier for smaller devices and young beginner readers. Simply touch the text and some of the images on the screen and text will pop-up on most tablets and smart devices.
This is a revised edition of Annie Lang's first published children's book title which introduced her endearing Bookworm characters to a new generation of readers! In this Kindle Kids e-book edition, readers can touch the screen on words and selected images to display clear text boxes, making it ideal for small screen devices and beginner readers.
The story unfolds with a cute and knowledgeable Bookworm character who takes the reader page by page through the world of books, showing the many positive ways we learn about our world by reading books. The colorful and engaging illustrations allow for both readers and listeners to explore, observe and discuss the page content, making
this publication ideal for "read together" activities while encouraging young readers to ask questions and share their "Bookworm" knowledge because Bookworms Know Stuff!