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Graceful Grey an Educational eBook

Read Graceful Grey to your kids today! Graceful Grey, Asian Elephants at Work and Play in Chitwan, Nepal  

Graceful grey Asian Elephants!

  • Do you love elephants?  I do!
  • Have you ever wondered what’s the difference between Asian elephants and African elephants? I have!
  • Would you like to ride an elephant in Nepal? That sound like fun!

Come and discover your questions about Asian elephants with my friend, Graceful Grey!

Take a ride on an elephant in the jungle and visit the Chitwan Elephant Festival in Nepal with Graceful Grey as your host!  You can also meet some of Nepal’s gorgeous grey friends in Graceful Grey, Asian Elephants at Work and Play in Chitwan, Nepal!

Graceful Grey, Asian Elephants at Work and Play is book #8 in the My Color Friends book series.  It is NOW available as an ebook on Amazon.com for $2.99


Read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited! or Kindle FreeTime for kids!

What are YOUR favorite eBook sites?

Today I discovered three more websites (in the vast ocean of eBook websites!) that Smashwords has distributed the My Color Friends book series. My discoveries:

ScribdOyster and Bilio!

My first thoughts: This is great!

Second thoughts: These websites don’t seem to have many children’s books…and who actually uses these sites? Why have I never heard of these sites?

As an Indie self-publisher, I fall into one category, but as a children’s author I fall into another way out in center field category. I think most eBook websites are for the adult avid reader who devours every indie book that comes along…but those books aren’t often for children.  Nonetheless Smashwords thinks my books are worth passing around the web.

So do YOU use Bilio, Oyster or Scribd?

Do YOU get your children’s ebook from any of these sites?

I’d love to know!




FREE Family Ebook–On Safari…

FREE Family Ebook–On Safari…

Our latest addition to the My Color Friends book series, On Safari in Etosha National Park, Namibia by S. L. Poulton is now FREE on Amazon.com til Sunday.

My husband and I were blessed to go on safari with Jerry the Giraffe personally in 2006. We rented a car and drove around the park for 3 days, hunting for wildlife. It was an amazing adventure–my favorite of all adventures around the world!

Glad I can share the adventure–for your last safari in your summer or for one of your first learning adventures back in school.




On Safari in Etosha National Park, Namibia

On Safari in Etosha National Park, Namibia

Lions, Zebras, Giraffes, Oh My!

Come along as Jerry the Giraffe introduces you to his many friends at Etosha National Park in Namibia, Africa. You will meet zebras, elephants, lions, ostriches, kudus, gemsboks and more in 34 real pictures taken at Etosha National Park.

Our safari in Etosha was one of the highlights of all of our travels! While working with a school for aids orphans in Windhoek, Namibia, we spent took a three day road trip to Etosha. This was before we had kids and road trips in Africa were conceivable. We took a friend, hit the road and drove through the park for 3 days looking for wildlife. And we found plenty! Three days of adventure that we’d like to share with you!

We hope you enjoy this children’s ebook On Safari in Etosha National Park, Namibia –fun for the whole family.

This is book 5 in the My Color Friends book series which explores the colors of the nations in educational and interactive books. My friends White, Blue, Orange and Brown are waiting to meet you in these titles:

I love Freebies

And I am sure you do too!  Grand total of FREE downloads for our children’s ebook My Friend, Mr Brown is:



We loved sharing brow this weekend!  We hope YOU are enjoying reading it with your family.

Thanks for downloading!

P.S. Remember you can order a set of 3 printed books–White Went Around the World, Blue Went to Sea and Orange You Glad for $20 + $3s/h. Click on “Promotions” above to pay with paypal today! (I’ll work on printing Brown soon!)

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