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The Ideaparnockolis by Mr. Nick Rokicki, Mr. Joseph Kelley, Mr. Ronaldo Florendo

The Ideaparnockolis are fantastical imaginary creatures known for their ideas!

The Ideaparnockolis, however, are worried that people will come and take their ideas. So what do they do? Hide their ideas in coconockolises, of course! And then they hide the coconockolises on non-Palmcocostockolis trees!

In the end, two small boys help The Ideaparnockolis learn... what good are our ideas if we don't share them with the world?

The Ideaparnockolis will spark a child's imagination, thus igniting a passion for creative thinking!

"You never know when an idea will change the world..."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781505866841
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/30/2014
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.11(d)

About the Author

Nick Rokicki is quickly becoming a beloved name in the world of books for children. His first book, Pete the Popcorn, was released to rave reviews on February 29th, 2012. Why Leap Day? According to Nick, "this country needs to take a huge leap forward when it comes to bullying in our schools. Pete the Popcorn carries a message of children offering encouragement to each other on a daily basis. We believe that the answer to bullying is encouragement--- and this will start with the youngest of children." Nick has visited with over 100,000 children in 25 states, holding motivational assemblies centered around his book titles. Nick Rokicki is a proud product of public schools, having attended Washington Local Schools in Toledo, Ohio. After graduating from high school, he attended Specs Howard School of Media Arts in Southfield, Michigan, where he focused on communications. After completing this education, Rokicki worked at various television and radio stations throughout the midwest before spending nine years traveling the World and gaining inspiration for his collection of stories. Other titles in his collection include Clipper the Comet, which celebrates the American autoworker and family traditions. Casey and Callie Cupcake is a Frosted Fable About Being Fantastic Just the Way You Are. The story teaches kids to accept themselves and their friends for who they are on the inside--- and the story takes place inside of a real bakery, Cake in a Cup, a winner of Food Network's Cupcake Wars. Upcoming projects include middle-grade reader I'm Right Rita, Crusty Cupcake's Christmas Catastrophe and chapter book The Sunny Hootenanny. Learn more about Nick Rokicki at

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