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Storybooks-4-Kids an independent publishing social innovation project, features themes of multiculturalism, empowerment, acceptance, anti-bullying, food choice awareness and the power of diversity for children. Creators Bernice & Andy Tate author/illustrator wife and husband team, have published five juvenile books since 2007. The Tates believe children need to be read to as infants, to read wel... More
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1. FunSpell (Paperback)
    Author: B, Bernice Tate
    Publisher: AuthorHouse
Ages 4-8 01/14/2009
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2. How The Dalmatian Got Its Spots (Paperback)
    Author: Bernice Tate
    Illustrator: Andy Tate
    Publisher: AuthorHouse
Ages 4-8 05/29/2008
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3. What the Elephant Forgot (Paperback)
    Author: Andy Tate, Bernice Tate
    Publisher: AuthorHouse
Ages 4-8 09/13/2007
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4. The Wormleys (Paperback)
    Author: Andy Tate, Bernice Tate
    Illustrator: Bernice Tate
    Publisher: AuthorHouse
Baby to Pre-K 06/14/2007
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1. Zanzy's Purple Cheese & Orange Peas (Paperback)
    Author: Bernice Tate
    Publisher: AuthorHouse
Ages 4-8 4/4/2010
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2. How The Dalmatian Got Its Spots (Paperback)
    Author: Bernice Tate
    Illustrator: Andy Tate
    Publisher: AuthorHouse
Ages 4-8 1/15/2009
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Bernice and Andy said: In their third book, How The Dalmatian Got Its Spots, Bernice and Andy Tate have brought to print yet another imaginative children's tale with colorful illustrations. How The Dalmatian Got Its Spots...more
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3. FunSpell (Paperback)
    Author: B, Bernice Tate
    Publisher: AuthorHouse
Ages 4-8 1/15/2009
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Bernice and Andy said: Bernice and Andy Tate have now crafted FunSpell, another imaginative children's fable in their tremendously successful Storybooks-4-KidsTMseries. FunSpell focuses on the power of imagination, the s...more
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4. The Wormleys (Paperback)
    Author: Andy Tate, Bernice Tate
    Illustrator: Bernice Tate
    Publisher: AuthorHouse
Baby to Pre-K 5/23/2008
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Bernice and Andy said: November 2007 HILTON HEAD MONTHLY BOOK REVIEW Review date: 11/01/2007 November 2007 Edition (page 105) Bluffton residents Bernice and Andy Tate have made it their life work to create meani...more
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Comment by Marchita Masters on 2/18/2018 at 7:24 PM:
Hello Bernice and Andy Tate. My name is Marchita Masters and I'm a new children's book author. My book should be out this summer. I'd like to connect with you please.
Comment by Bernice and Andy Tate on 10/17/2011 at 7:30 PM:
Is the Independent Juvenile Children’s genre is generally marginalized to the periphery of the publishing industry and to some extent viewed as a footnote?

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