Children’s Author Barbara Prignano to do Book Signing at ‘The Book Revue’

Local Children’s Author Barbara Prignano at ‘The Book Revue’ in Huntington, Saturday, March 23rd at 11:00
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HUNTINGTON, N.Y. - March 21, 2013 - PRLog -- Award-winning author Barbara Prignano will be signing books at The Book Revue in Huntington, New York on Saturday March 23rd.  Prignano joins an illustrious list of authors holding events at The Book Revue, including President Bill Clinton, James Patterson, Clive Cussler, JK Rowling, and Kathie Lee Gifford to name just a few. The author’s children’s books feature animals and insects that have their own lessons to be learned. Anthony and the Magic Bumblebee is a 2011 International Book Awards Finalist and also received the 2011 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award. How Bunnies got Their Cottontails received Honorable Mention in the 2012 New York Book Festival/children's book category.

In addition to writing, author Barbara Prignano is an attorney and small business owner on Long Island, New York. Her two young sons are a constant inspiration for her lighthearted stories. For more information on Barbara and her works, visit her website at  and

A Sweet Tale about a Bright Little Boy and a Curious Little Bunny

Barbara Prignano writes a wonderfully imaginative children’s tale in How Bunnies Got their Cottontails.

Little Joseph loves to play! If he could, Joseph would play all day, but Mom knows that little boys also need to do their chores. Joseph’s mom gives Joseph the important job of watering the outdoor plants. Joseph is unhappy about this. It takes up time to water all of Mom’s plants; time that Joseph thinks could be better spent playing!

Joseph comes up with a very ingenious way to keep the plants watered, without wasting precious play time. A little bunny comes along and finds what Joseph has left next to the plants and it’s just what the bunny needs.

How does Joseph attempt to keep his plants watered and why do bunnies need it? The author and illustrator are childhood friends that collaborated to share this adorable story with young children. Barbara Prignano has written a delightful book that children will find amusing and fun. Jennifer K. Okubo’s cheerful illustrations bring her story to life. How Bunnies Got Their Cottontails is a perfect bedtime book to have your little ones on their way to sweet and happy dreams!

A Magic Dusting Helps the
Flowers Grow in this Award-Winning Children’s Story

In this delightful children’s book, a little boy named Anthony discovers a bumblebee sprinkling magic dust. Just what is this magic dust? Anthony and the Magic Bumblebee provides a wonderful teaching opportunity to learn all about pollination. Anthony wants to help his friend Joseph grow flowers for his Grandma, so he asks the bumblebee for help. The bee is happy to help pollinate the pretty sunflowers that can then be delivered to Grandma.

Anthony and the Magic Bumblebee is a 2011 International Book Awards Finalist and recipient of the 2011 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award.

“Anthony and the Magic Bumblebee is a delightful story that will be enjoyed by children, parents, and teachers alike. It gently explains the process of pollination in a way that captivates the children. The illustrations are bright and entertaining; a joy to read.” – Amanda M. Thrasher, author of Mischief in the Mushroom Patch and A Fairy Match in the Mushroom Patch

“Enchanting … This magical tale is a perfect teaching tool, a wonderful example of what working together can accomplish. It’s sure to be a favorite.” – Pamela M. Hubbs, Pam’s GivingTree Pre-School, Huntington, New York

This Tiny Ant Has HIGH Hopes

Angelo: The Underappreciated Antis a wonderful children’s book that shows even when the odds are against you, perseverance and determination can win the day.

Take Angelo, for example. Angelo is the smallest ant in his family. He can’t work as fast as the other ants and is not as strong, but he is a determined little ant and is very proud of all his accomplishments. When the family farm is threatened by a big storm, Angelo is told that he isn’t needed.

Determined to help anyway, he uses his knowledge and skills, setting out on his own to try to save the farm. Can one little ant make a difference?

HOW BUNNIES GOT THEIR COTTONTAILS (ISBN: 978-1-60860-675-7, $11.95)
ANTHONY AND THE MAGIC BUMBLEBEE (ISBN: 978-1-60976-924-6, $11.95) and
ANGELO, THE UNDERAPPRECIATED ANT (ISBN: 978-1-61897-177-7, $12.95)
can be ordered through the publisher’s website: or at or

WHOLESALERS: This book is distributed by Ingram Books and other wholesale distributors.
Contact your representative with the ISBN for purchase. Wholesale purchase for retailers, universities, libraries, and other organizations is also available through the publisher; please email

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