Thursday, January 22, 2009

Daryl Cobb releases Children’s book

Bill the Bat Baby Sits Bella by Daryl Cobb
MORRIS COUNTY, NEW JERSEY - Children’s book author Daryl Cobb releases “Bill the Bat Babysits Bella”, Cobb's 8th published picture book in the last three years.

Bill the Bat Babysits Bella is a rhyming story about a bat that spends a week baby sitting his little sister. It represents a positive bond between siblings and the importance of family. This book is easy to read with vibrant illustrations, recommended for children ages 0 to 8.

Some of Cobb’s other titles include “Daniel Dinosaur,” “Henry Hare’s Floppy Socks,” and “Boy On A Hill.” Daryl Cobb’s 10 To 2 Children’s Books publishing’s #1 selling book of 2008,“Daddy Did I Ever Say? I Love You, Love You, Every Day” is a unique story that captures the essence of what makes the father-child relationship special.

Cobb is a part of 10 To 2 Children’s Books “Helping Hands” program, a community service program that aides children and families through creative arts. Cobb’s music and story time shows have been enjoyed by all through organizations such as the Hunterdon County YMCA’s Child Learning Center, The Boys and Girls Club, The Wetlands Society, Spina Bifida Association and the YMCA of Hillsborough. Money raised from the sale of Cobb’s books have helped the Boys and Girls Club, various YMCAs, Immaculate Conception School, J & J Learning Center, Habitat For Humanity, and the College of Saint Elizabeth... to name a few.

Cobb hails from Clinton, New Jersey and takes his show on the road throughout New Jersey, Deleware and Pennsylvania. Upcoming New Jersey events include East Amwell School in Ringoes, the Hunterdon County Library in High Bridge, Elizabeth Moore School, Milford Preschool, Clinton Preschool, Kiddie Academy in Chester, Bernice Young School and Seaview Elementary.

Daryl Cobb is an author, musician and singer/songwriter from New Jersey who promotes literacy through creative arts. With more than 25 years of experience, Daryl's presentations teach audiences that creative thinking is a fundamental aspect of everyday life. Cobb uses creative arts such as; music, sing-a-longs, storytelling, interactive exercises and graphic images to create a visually stimulating and entertaining show.

For more information on Daryl Cobb’s books, school assembly program, music, story time shows and charity work - visit

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