After being stuck inside their house for months, twin brother and sister Lily and Timmy are looking forward to their first day of first grade and getting to play with all their friends again. But life is definitely not back to normal!
At school, Lily and Timmy have to stay socially distanced from their classmates; and their strange new teacher,
Mr. Handsome, seems to care more about his fancy suit than their learning.
Meanwhile, Mom wonders when she’ll get more help with school drop-offs and work around the house, because
Dad is busy distracting himself from unemployment with a crazy diet and exercise regime!
Who will save the day and help Lily and Timmy adjust to the “new normal”?
Inside you’ll find:
Ideal reading age: 4-10 years (with plenty of humor for moms and dads!)
Available in Ebook for $5.49 and available to read on the FREE Kindle app
on any device and in a BIG Paperback for just $13.59!
Inside you’ll find:
Ideal reading age: 4-10 years (although we hear that parents also love reading this to their toddlers and older children as well – because it’s full of fun for all ages!)
Available to read in PAPERBACK for $13.59 and in EBOOK for $4.99 on any device via the FREE Kindle App…
We know that you'll love Lily & Timmy's Super, Awesome, Incredible, COVID-19 B-day! Please feel free to sample the first part of the book to get a feel for the wonderful illustrations and hilarity. We know you'll enjoy!
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Mike and Jacob are creatives and longtime friends who love telling stories. They have worked on many creative projects together, including a TV pilot, a spec Doritos commercial, an interactive Nike event, and now, Lily & Timmy's Super, Awesome, Incredible, COVID-19 B-day! Mike and Jacob never thought that they'd create an illustrated children's book, but they had a lot of fun doing it and plan on creating many more to come.
At age nineteen Mike was selected as an alternate to have his TV comedy Community College optioned by Fox Broadcasting, in a contest held by the Producer’s Guild of America two years prior to NBC’s Community. He started his comedy career as the youngest member of Denver’s improv comedy troupe Mouth Off, later moving on to the Groundlings to continue his comedy training. In 2009, Mike served as a production intern for The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (where he was given the nickname “Clonan” due to his similar flowing red hair). When the Tonight Show was cancelled in 2010, Farrell transitioned his internship to Reveille (producer, The Office and The Biggest Loser) to continue to follow his passion for working in television. After graduating summa cum laude from CSUN’s multimedia program in 2012, Farrell created several viral comedic projects that were recirculated on multiple pop culture hubs, including Buzzfeed, Sports Illustrated, Killsometime.com, and Barstool Sports. Farrell co-created a TV pilot called Cockpit, a workplace comedy about regional airline pilots, which he is currently shopping to the networks and streaming platforms.
Jacob was born and raised by a very musical family in central California. His father was a musical theatre performer and his mother a jazz singer and stage actor, so Jacob was raised in the green room of their hometown venue. Music and movies were a huge part of Jacob’s childhood, so it is hardly surprising that those two passions became his life and love. Jacob departed film school earlier than expected so that he could start working in the industry, beginning as an assistant with SpectreVision and later using his hard-earned skills to become a freelance producer. Jacob went on to produce TV pilots, Nike commercials, and many other creative endeavors. In 2018, he was brought in to work on Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. In 2020, Jacob was scheduled to work on a JJ Abrams project in Vancouver which was unfortunately postponed, due to coronavirus concerns. In his most recent work, Jacob has produced and edited Zoë Bell’s Boss B*tch Challenge which blew up on the internet and gained millions of views overnight, garnering the attention of IGN, People Magazine, Vanity Fair, Gizmodo, Unilad, io9, and dozens of other popular blogs.
Mike did a solo interview with The Morning Blend to discuss Lily & Timmy Go Back 2 School.
Our authors are back on the media train promoting Lily & Timmy Go Back 2 School. One of their first stops was KSDK St. Louis!
We sat down with host Tiffany Ogle and discussed Lily & Timmy's Super, Awesome, Incredible COVID-19 B-day! and shared some laughs!
Authors, Mike and Jake, sat down with the hosts of Parental Composure and told them about the book and shared some laughs.
Mike and Jake sat down with Fox 59 to tell them about the book!
Liz Kotalik of Channel 9 Denver did an awesome segment on the book. Check it out!
Danny Mata of KRDO put together an awesome segment on the book. Check it out here!
Mike and Jake had a great interview with North Dakota Today. The host of the show saw many similarities between Lily & Timmy's dad and Homer Simpson!
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