Imagine a Lemonade Stand That Would Rather Run Around Than Wait on Customers

Reflective questions like “What if there was a ban on brothers, and sisters ruled the world?” and “Exactly when does a crocodile become an alligator?” are answered in the second book, written by Amazon Best Selling author, Mark Lawton Thomas.
My Lemonade Stand Can't Stand Me
My Lemonade Stand Can't Stand Me
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Nov. 2, 2012 - PRLog -- My Lemonade Stand Can’t Stand me is a book of illustrated poems aimed at entertaining 8 to 12 year-old readers.  Both reluctant and avid readers, will find the poems witty and humorous; eliciting smiles and chuckles all the way through. The book contains fifty poems, accompanied by the fanciful and mischievous art by Jeehyun Hoke.  

My Lemonade Stand Can’t Stand Me will be launched at the Savannah Children’s Book Festival on November 10th, 2012 in Forsythe Park.  The all-day event is considered the second largest children’s book festival on the East Coast.  Last year, over 40,000 people attended the event.  Mr. Thomas launched his first book, When Farts Had Colors (Peak City Publishing, LLC), at this same book festival which, since release, has made it to the Amazon Best Seller List three times.   The story, which has now been adapted to a stage play, will be featured this year in the Savannah Children’s Theatre Tent and sold by Barnes & Nobel at the event.  

About the Book

Release Date:   11/10/2012
Genre:   Childrens Fiction/Humor
ISBN:   978-1-935711-223
List Price:  $9.99
Publisher:   Peak City Publishing, LLC
Distribution through Amazon, Peak City Publishing and Follett Library Resources (Titlewave)

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About Mark Lawton Thomas

Mark Lawton Thomas is a 6th Grade Teacher in Atlanta, GA.  My Lemonade Stand Can’t Stand Me is his second book.  His first book, aimed at reluctant middle grade readers, When Farts Had Colors, (Peak City Publishing, 2011) has been on the Amazon Best Selling List three times since its release.

About Jeehyun Hoke

Jeehyun Hoke was born and grew up in Korea. She moved to America to study Illustrations. After graduating from the University of Kansas in Visual Communication with many awards, her whimsical arts have been recognized by art directors and magazines. She also created her own books, “Boy and the Little Violet Flower” and “When a Moose Paraglides the World.” Currently, she lives with her husband and daughter in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and loves living close to nature.
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