Books By Janet Sever Hull

Winner of Best Children’s Book at the 

2018 North Texas Book Festival!

The Day The Turkey Came To School

Written by Janet Sever Hull with beautiful, hand-painted illustrations by artist Vicki Killion Guess.  Published by Walk Down The Lane Publishing.

From the back cover of The Day The Turkey Came To School:

One November day right before Thanksgiving, an unexpected visitor came to school and caused all kinds of excitement.  The Day the Turkey Came To School is a story about one of those unexpected events that bring people together.

***Available now!***

The book is a 9″ x 11″ horizontal hardcover and weighs one pound.  It is 32 pages long and includes a section of Turkey Trivia after the story.

To order a signed copy with a credit card, go to www.janetseverhull.com

Cost of The Button Box is $19.95 plus $1.65 for Texas sales tax, plus $5.00 for shipping for a total of $26.60.

You will receive your book via U. S. Media Mail within five to seven business days.

The Button Box

Finalist in the 2016 National Best Book Awards Competition and now in its second printing!

 

Written by Janet Sever Hull with beautiful, hand-painted illustrations by Vicki Killion Guess.  Published by Walk Down The Lane Publishing.

From the back cover of The Button Box:

The Button Box is a story about family and is a metaphor for life experience.  The magic of the button box is real.  Every family has sentimental items and stories around which their memories are made.  This book will make you think of your family and the memories you treasure the most.

*** Available now! ***

The book is a 9″ x 11″ horizontal hardcover and weighs one pound.  It is 32 pages long and includes a short history of buttons after the story.

To order a signed copy with a credit card, go to www.janetseverhull.com

Cost of The Button Box is $19.95 plus $1.65 for Texas sales tax, plus $5.00 for shipping for a total of $26.60.

You will receive your book via U. S. Media Mail within five to seven business days.

Which Came First?

Winner of the Best Children’s Book at the 2017 North Texas Book Festival!

Written by Janet Sever Hull with beautiful, hand-painted illustrations by artist Vicki Killion Guess.  Published by Walk Down The Lane Publishing.

From the back cover of Which Came First?:

Don’t be a chicken liver…don’t be a chicken liver…don’t be a chicken liver…Which Came First? is a story about learning to face our fears and not giving up, even when we feel like a “chicken liver.”  It’s also a story abut the gentle bonds of love and trust between grandparents and grandchildren.  After much effort, the girl in the story comes up with a clever and resourceful way to accomplish the task her grandmother has asked her to do.  Written with humor and accompanied by delightful illustrations, Which Came First? is a story every child, parent, and grandparent will enjoy reading together!

***Available now!***

Which Came First? is a 9″ by 11″ horizontal hardcover and weighs 1.2 pounds.  It is 40 pages long and includes fun facts about chickens and funny chicken sayings after the story.

To order a signed copy with a credit card, go to www.janetseverhull.com

Cost of Which Came First? is $21.99 plus $1.81 Texas sales tax, plus $5.00 for shipping for a total of $28.80.

You will receive your order via U. S. Media Mail within five to seven business days.

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If you would like to order a signed book with a check, just send your check to:

Walk Down The Lane Publishing

211 Equestrian Road

Hickory Creek, Texas  75065

Questions…leave a comment and I will get back to you the same day.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Books By Janet Sever Hull”

  1. I ,just received your book, The Button Box, as a gift from a very dear friend. I have a very large collection of buttons and jewelry made with buttons and other items made with buttons. I love my buttons and I have a good story of how my collection started. Love your book!

    1. Hello Catherine and thank you for your lovely note! I’m so glad you love “The Button Box.” It’s my favorite of all my books…but don’t tell the others! 😊 I’d love to hear your story about how your collection started! By the way, I will begin writing blog posts again on this site in September.

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