Although Bradley and the Dinosaur is no longer available on Kindle Unlimited, now I can offer it FOR FREE through the following link:
Now. Why would I offer a book, that took me 10 years to get from idea to print, for FREE?
The answer is that I am so excited about my newest book, that I'd like to collect as many new subscribers as possible, so you can hear about it EXACTLY the moment it launches later this Summer.
I suspect, once the new book is out, this offer will expire... so feel free..tell your friends, anyone can get this children's book, that has over 180 reviews on Amazon for FREE!
Of course.. if you really like it.. feel free to help it gain a wider audience by leaving a review on Amazon... or buy the paperback!
So what of the latest book then? I can't reveal the title just yet.. but I'm close to being able to do so. Currently on finishing spread #11 of 14, I have the cover and endpapers to do. Then I'll put it out for review with a few trusted sources.. then we'll see where we're at.
Bradley and the Dinosaur has earned over 180 reviews on Amazon and was entered into this years Reader's Favorite Awards competition, it has already won a five star award and the following review from them:
"Bradley rushes outside to the garden to collect flowers for his mother. He’s having fun collecting all kinds of flowers when a loud noise startles him. Then he sees it: a giant dinosaur. It’s not frightening, but rather friendly and it takes Bradley on an adventure to a land full of all kinds of dinosaurs: Dinoland. Bradley shares his flowers with the dinosaurs and enjoys playing with them, even having a ride on one of the dinosaurs, a pterasaur, getting a good view of Dinoland from above. He loses track of time, but fortunately, he realizes when it’s time to leave. The only thing is, he no longer has the flowers he promised to collect for his mother. That’s what imagination can do to a child, or anyone, really: it whiles away the time so quickly but with effective creativity.
Julian Hilton’s children’s picture book, Bradley and the Dinosaur, is a sweet story about having creative, imaginative fun. There’s nothing complex about this story, no hidden messages. With a simple plot that follows young Bradley’s adventures in Dinoland, it inspires young readers to enjoy their own imaginations and not to be afraid to allow dreams to fill their time with simple pleasures. Told mostly in rhyming verse and with beautiful, bold, colorful illustrations, this story will appeal to the very young reader and perhaps those just learning to read. Young dinosaur enthusiasts will take special pleasure in the many dinosaur names listed and illustrated in this charming story. Wouldn’t you love to be a child again and visit Dinoland? The invitation to adventure is one’s own imagination."