Nighty Night Sailboat

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I'm a passionate sailor who has a vision to inspire children to understand basic nautical terms. It tells of a child who lives on a sailboat with her parents and tells the sea creatures "Nighty Night" each night. It is my intent for the buyer to customize each book with a child's name. It is written for both boys and girls. It is a great way to put your child or grandchild to bed.
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Overview

I'm a passionate sailor who has a vision to inspire children to understand basic nautical terms. It tells of a child who lives on a sailboat with her parents and tells the sea creatures "Nighty Night" each night. It is my intent for the buyer to customize each book with a child's name. It is written for both boys and girls. It is a great way to put your child or grandchild to bed.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781467970518
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/27/2012
  • Pages: 32
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.08 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Renne' Fletcher Siewers is a sailor, who Captain's her sailboat cruising from port-to-port with her husband, Jon, a retired US Navy Captain. Renne's years of experience in the aerospace industry and sailing provides the expertise to write Nighty Night Sailboat children's books and a believable novel, The Last Payload: The MECS Experiment. She has three children and three granddaughters.

Susan has worked in the aerospace industry for 20 years as a Software Quality Assurance Engineer and Hardware Internal Assessor in quality management systems. Working in aerospace has been her life long dream. Her motto, "Keep Aerospace Alive."

She has achieved special recognition for her expertise in the software and hardware environment. She belongs to the Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholarship Society and has a Bachelor degree in Business Management from Our Lady of the Lake University. Her achievements include being a leader of the Houston's Clear Lake Society for Software Quality.

Her publishing credits are as follows:
The Last Payload: The MECS Experiment, Publish America, published June 2008 Copyright # TXu1 - 144-290.
Nighty Night Sailboat, published November 2011.
Nighty Night Sailboat Goes to Spain, published March 2012.
Santa finds Nighty Night Sailboat published June 2012.
The Fear, Voyage to Remember, copyright 1996 by the National Library of Poetry 1996.
Co-authored, U.S. Air Force Software Quality Assurance Publication, Hills Air Force Base, Computer Resources Support Improvement Program (CRSIP), Revision 0.2, April 6, 2000.
SeaBorne Women Cadets at the Helm, Mariners Log periodical, November 2000.
The Touch, Letters from the Soul, copyright 2002 by the National Library of Poetry 2002.
The Almost Harvest Moon Regatta, Telltale magazine, September 2003.

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