A read-aloud story where children will have fun learning about rhyming and nonsense words, and embracing their uniqueness.
All the colours make rhyming look so easy. But poor Orange can’t find a rhyme for itself — no matter how hard it tries. Filled with clever rhymes and nonsense words, Orange Porange takes young readers on a rhyming adventure filled with ups, downs and a valuable lesson about embracing our uniqueness.
Howard Pearlstein is an advertising creative director. He has spent his entire career writing ads for some of the world’s most popular brands, including Toyota, Verizon and Mitsubishi. Orange Porange is Howard’s first book and his first writing project not designed to sell something (except, of course, this book). A California native, Howard now lives in Birmingham, Alabama with his wife, Debi. Howard has three daughters, Amanda, Jacquie and Emily, who now live across the country, and one dog, Maeby, who still lives at home.
Rob Hardison is an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator based in Birmingham, Alabama. After a career creating advertising campaigns, logos and package designs, he’s thrilled to be illustrating his first book — just in time for the arrival of his first child.