Prominent Ohio Children’s Author Laura Ceville Releases Second Picture Book

A new educational children’s book titled ‘Everything Has a Place’ and tailored to provide children between the ages of 3-5 with a fun and engaging read while teaching where their things, from toys to dirty socks, should go, has been released by Laura Ceville.

The author and artist Laura Ceville out of Beavercreek, Ohio announced the release of her second children’s book, titled ‘Everything Has a Place,’ providing a fun, engaging and educational experience for early readers between the ages of 3-5 years old.

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‘Everything Has a Place’ is an educational children’s picture book tailored to help parents spark and encourage their children’s interest in books with an easy and engaging read while starting a discussion about where their toys, dirty socks, books and other things should go.

The picture book centers around the characters of a little rooster wearing socks and his ‘Mama’ with a fun, age-appropriate and picture-based story to engage children between the ages of three and five years old while helping them learn and understand where their things should go.

The newly published book is the latest release by Laura Ceville, the prominent children’s book author and illustrator behind the highly popular ‘My Dog, Jack,’ published in 2013, and currently working on a third book, titled ‘The Missing Baker and His Sugary Sugar Cookies,’ to be released later in the year.

More information on the recent ‘Everything Has a Place’ release, available as a Kindle e-book on Amazon, and multiple book critiques or ratings by parents along with details on the author, Laura Ceville, a United States Air Force veteran also known for her mixed media artistry, can be consulted on the website link provided above.

The author explains that ‘Everything Has a Place’ is, “a fun, colorful read to help a child learn where things go. With patience and love, Mama helps little rooster learn that everything has a place. This charming picture book will help begin the discussion on how to teach your own little rooster or little chicken where to put their toys, books, and more.”

She adds that “I have had a passion for writing children’s books since I was a little girl. I was blessed to have this dream come true with ‘My Dog, Jack,’ and now I’m continuing my love for creating with ‘Everything Has a Place,’ which is dedicated to my husband Braden.”

Release ID: 122756