New Titles on the Horizon!

kOZMIC Press announces plans for three new titles to be released in 2021, two of which represent the first expansion of kOZMIC’s author stable. The first is a new biographical work by an established author and editor, followed by a teen historical novel set in Portugal, written by a first-time author. In addition, a third title is being added to the kOZMIC Classics line. Details on all these projects will be released in coming weeks.

11/13 – Lucy Story Time!

Are you ready for story time? Join us on our Facebook Page Friday morning, November 13, at 10am (Eastern) to see author R. Alan Siler read LUCY CAN’T DANCE (with illustrations by Stephanie Lane Jackson) to his adorable niece and nephew! If you miss it live, you can always access it on our Facebook Page at any time, and the video will be uploaded here as well.

Order LUCY here: https://tinyurl.com/y4t6p8zu

Another Great Lucy Review!

Another lovely review for Lucy Can’t Dance, this time from Amy Elkavich, co-owner of Hello Again Books in Cocoa, FL:

There’s something universal about dancing. Lucy Can’t Dance takes the struggle of being different and turns it into a joyful celebration that promotes a positive message: be yourself. Lucy is a six-year-old girl who loves all kinds of dancing. She tries to learn how to dance, but each unsuccessful attempt leaves her frustrated and self-conscious. With some help from her mom, Lucy realizes that hiding her own style of dance isn’t much fun, so she decides to take a chance… and dance! This heartwarming story embraces uniqueness and celebrates differences. Lucy, a lover of chocolate cupcakes with rainbow sprinkles, finds her groove and inspires all of us to start dancing!

Thank you, Amy! And readers, if you find yourself in the Cocoa area, drop by Hello Again. It’s a sweet little store full of heart and love and BOOKS!

Hello Again Books
217 King St.
Cocoa, Florida 32922
(321) 877-0351

New Lucy Review!

A lovely new review for Lucy:

“Beautiful book. I love the subject, text and illustrations. Being shy about dancing and other things . . . a feeling many of us know well. Lucy’s bravery as a child inspires the adult in me.”

~Ellen C. Baxter, Adult Services Librarian, Fulton County Library System

Lucy Can’t Dance! will be available July, 2020! Stay tuned for more updates!

Lucy Review

The first review of Lucy Can’t Dance is in!

“A love letter to finding your own way to shine at the things that bring you joy. If you love Giraffes Can’t Dance, you’ll find that same joy when Lucy Rosencrantz finds her own way to dance.”

–Emma Caywood, librarian at Wellesley Free Library

Lucy Can’t Dance will be available late Spring!