About the book My Purple Toes…
My Purple Toes is a creative children’s board book written for children under eight-years-old that tells a story about a father’s experience navigating life with purple painted toenails. From mom to the kids to their dog, everyone reacts differently to dad’s purple toes showing their surprise, embarrassment, and even laughter.
Throughout the book, children can look for dad’s toes in various environments and also find a friendly frog with purple toes that hides on each page. In addition to entertaining, "My Purple Toes" teaches a simple, yet relevant lesson about the importance of acceptance, enjoying life and being different.
"My Purple Toes" features cheerful, imaginative illustrations by artist Tate Nation on its board-style book, offering durability ideal for young children. "My Purple Toes" can be purchased online for $10.99.
About the Author – Blair Hahn…
A dedicated husband and father of two grown children, Blair Hahn is launching his first children’s book, "My Purple Toes." Inspired by a light-hearted experience with his daughter, Blair hopes to share his story and life lessons through his new children’s book while giving back to the community by donating a portion of his book proceeds to nonprofit www.Soles4Souls.
In addition to his passion for family and philanthropy, Blair is an accomplished attorney, who is a founding managing partner of South Carolina law firm, Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman, LLC. Most recently, Blair was selected for the American Trial Lawyers Association’s Top 100 Trial Lawyers for his superior qualifications, leadership and accomplishments, which include his involvement in the settlement of the Zyprexa litigation against Eli Lilly & Company and Norplant litigation against American Home Products Corp.
In addition to law, Blair is the founder and former owner of Atlantic Publication Group, LLC, which is responsible for the publication of consumer and business outlets including South Carolina Business Magazine, Charleston Magazine, Welcome Charleston, and Charlotte Newcomer Resource. He is also a real-estate broker and investor in commercial real-estate throughout the southeast.
In his spare time, Blair enjoys many creative outlets, including writing children’s books with new titles on the horizon. He is also working on the production of a film that tells a heart-warming, inspirational true story about a paraplegic that is being produced with Warren Ostergard of Vitamin A Films. In the near future, Blair hopes to launch his own film production company.
Blair is a graduate of North Carolina State University where he double-majored in Economics and Business and received his law degree from University of South Carolina. Blair now lives in the Charleston, SC area with his wife and family.
I was really excited to receive My Purple Toes. I don’t know about your kids, but my kids tend to get on this never-ending-merry-go-round of a couple of books, and it is hard to break the cycle. For weeks on end, we will read about Thomas or about Tremendous Tractors. Then one day, they will suddenly decide that book no longer holds their interest, and will pick a new one that we have to read for what feels like EVER.
When we received My Purple Toes, Sister immediately claimed it as her very own. She fell in love with the illustrations and had fun finding the hidden toes on various pages.
My Purple Toes is really a cute story that not only teaches children that it is okay to be different, but also encourages them to embrace their uniqueness.
Sister loved to walk around with the book tucked under her arm, and literally wanted to sleep with it!
Unfortunately, after having the book for only a few days, the binding came apart. Sister was just devastated when I took it away and told her she couldn’t read it anymore.
Fortunately, though, the book was replaced without incident by the publisher after I notified them, via Family Review Network, of the faulty binding.
They did ask me to send the faulty book back to the manufacturer, so that they could ensure that the faulty binding was an isolated case. So, I did.
When the new book came in, I showed it to Sister. She smiled and said, “Piple toes!” She immediately sat down and started looking at the book.
So far, we have not had any problems with the binding on the replacement book.
This post was written for Family Review Network & My Purple Toes who provided the complimentary
product in exchange for my honest reviwew