The Pepperoni Palm Treeby Jason Killian Meath
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We all know pepperoni doesn’t grow on palm trees; that is, unless you stumbled upon the Pepperoni Palm Tree! Turns out, a pint-sized explorer named Frederick does exactly that on a far away island way out to sea. The problem? Frederick can’t find evidence of any more pepperoni bearing palm trees, and this makes The Pepperoni Palm Tree a little uneasy. After all, in the wild jungle all around him, the other trees can be downright mean to things that don’t quite belong.
After author Jason Killian Meath published his first book in 2009, his 7 year old son Aidan asked whether he could write a book. His dad told him to grab a pencil and get to work. Aidan returned a short time later with The Pepperoni Palm Tree. “When my Dad said to start writing my own book, I thought of my two favorite things - pizza and the beach!” said Aidan, now a fourth grader at Mater Dei in Bethesda, MD.
Jason thought it was an excellent title for a book, and together father and son embarked on a 2 year journey to publish their first children’s book The Pepperoni Palm Tree (FUZE Publishing; 2012; $21.99 hardcover). It’s a story portraying the challenge of being true to oneself and celebrates the uniqueness that enables each of us to shine, and thus enlighten the world.
- BN ID:
- Fuze Publishing, LLC
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- Barnes & Noble
- NOOK Book
- File size:
- 7 MB
- Age Range:
- 3 - 5 Years
Meet the Author
Jason Killian Meath authored the book Hollywood on the Potomac (Arcadia, 2009). He is a long time political media strategist and veteran of Presidential campaigns. Jason co-created, wrote and directed, The Feds appearing on The Discovery Channel as well as programs for PBS, USA Networks, and the Military Channel. He directed and co-wrote The Surge: The Untold Story receieving the GI Film Festival’s Military Channel Documentary Film Prize. He is President of Xenophon Strategies Advertising and Advocacy, a leading public relations firm. He resides with his wife, Renee, and son, Aidan, in Washington, D.C. Aidan is currently a fourth grader at Mater Dei School in Bethesda, MD. He loves playing sports, pizza and the going to the beach. He lives with his many books, Mom, and Dad in Washington, DC.
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This is such a great book! HIghly recommend it for the story and the illustrations!
A beautiful children's story with creative illustrations and an amazing unique tree. I loved this book.