Share!: The Original Version (Paperback)
There is a universal story that involves the arguments and battles that occur among our children and grandchildren when one of them gets into the others stuff. Inevitably the adults get involved and resort to introducing that terrible word SHARE, which often leads to more anger and more conflict. But perhaps the kids can actually reach a point where they overcome this problem and learn that "maybe share is not such a bad word after all." The authors grandson Aaron tells this story about how all was great until his baby brother Sage began to get bigger and into his toys. We follow the encounters that take place, the ups and downs, and learn how things finally work out. We are also excited to offer two different visual presentations of the story. This book is subtitled "The Original Version" and consists of the authors sketchy drawings often based on actual photographs of the kids. The other is called "Share : The Artists Rendition". The author gave the script of the book to Robert Henry who re-interpreted the scenes and created a professionally drawn alternate. Take your pick or better yet get both.
Neil R. Ullman is an engineer, statistician, and educator. This is his first venture in writing and illustrating a children's book. He wrote two statistics textbooks in the 1970's and has been working on several other related books which he hopes to bring to publication soon. You can find more about his teaching and consulting work as well as future writing plans at www.neilullman.com (or www.ullman.net)