Bowling Green author shares juvenile adventures and moral values for kids in new children’s book

This week marks the nationwide release of “The Adventures of Glibb Redundant: People, Critters and New Friends,” an enjoyable children’s book by author Ken Blanton.

In “The Adventures of Glibb Redundant: People, Critters and New Friends,” Glibb is a young boy from the Midwest who tries to do good. He causes a disturbance in the library, gets school canceled for a day while the skunk smell is being removed from the building and helps a friend decide to attend school rather than play hooky. He gets straight A grades and a C for his luck at times.

Go on wholesome adventures with Glibb in “The Adventures of Glibb Redundant: People, Critters and New Friends”!

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Blanton, who is an artist, provides all the artwork for his books. As a writer, he recently completed a three-book series of Glibb Redundant’s adventures. “The Adventures of Glibb Redundant: People, Critters and New Friends” is the third book of the series. Blanton, who traveled extensively in the USA, lives on his farm in Southern Kentucky.

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