Meet the Author, Cynthia A. Sudor, at these events! Adventures at Green Apple Acres books will be sold and Cynthia will sign them. If you would like them signed to a special person, she will inscribe their name(s) to that page to personalize the book. Attending an Author Book Signing Event is a great way to ask Cynthia questions about the animals and people in her books, and to ask her about her stories…or about how she became an author. Children love to share with Cynthia answers to some of the interactive questions that are featured at the end of each story in her books. She is hearing so many creative answers to these questions that she may use some of these ideas for stories in her next books!
Visit the Green Apple Acres website to learn more about the books, the characters, and the real life animals. Or head over to the Bookstore to see the Adventures at Green Apple Acres series and our other wonderful books.
Last evening I read the first story of your book, Shiloh and the Barn Mouse to my daughter, Olivia. She loved the story so much that last night she went to sleep hugging the book. This morning when I left for work she was paging through it with her friend. She was so happy and excited! We will start reading the other stories this weekend. This is Olivia's most favorite book EVER!
Angie Forry, and daughter, Olivia, age 5,
Maddie loves Adventures at Green Apple Acres—she has already read the first three stories. I asked her which story was her favorite and she said ‘I can't decide because they are all so good’. She is excited to read the next story with me.
The Kohr Family:
Todd, Kathy, Maddie and Garrett Kohr, Palmyra, PA
We love your book! My granddaughter, 2nd grade, did a book report on the first story on Monday!
Toni Little, and Gabriela (Brie) Nicole,
granddaughter age 8
We enjoyed meeting you at the Horse World Expo and what you said to Ryan has stayed with him. He just recently used your book as his main focus for his oral presentation at school. We have read your entire book as a family and absolutely love the moral messages behind each story. What a gift you have!
Nancy and Frank Shay,
and children, Ryan and Sara Rappoport,
I read Book One and Book Two and loved all the animals and how they talked to each other. I especially liked Shiloh in the first book because I was able to meet the real Shiloh and feed him at Miss Cynthia’s farm. I also like to draw and really liked the pictures in the book. I want to be an artist when I grow up.
Connor Bates, age 9, Camp Hill, PA
Recently I took the opportunity to read the first story of Book One, Shiloh and the Barn Mouse. I thought I would read it first before reading it to my granddaughters. That story was heartwarming and very touching. It also had me thinking about the times I get scared, and how I felt and still feel at times. I thought it was an excellent story of confidence. That little Loco sure knew a big amount about confidence.
Paul “Pappy” Pintarch, Hummelstown, PA