After 10 years of business, Cindy King Boettcher is celebrating her book business, in part, with a website.
Cindy's Books has published five illustrated children's books over the past decade, all concerning Aggie traditions. In addition, $70,000 in sales have been given back to Texas A&M.
"In one of my children's literature classes [at Texas A&M], the professor challenged us to write a twist on a traditional fairy tale. I have collected Cinderella stories from around the world so already knew the elements," said Boettcher in a press release.
Boettcher researched Aggie traditions and incorporated them into the tales.
"My books were intended for children, but they are a big hit with college kids," Boettcher said. "I sell many of my books through Clubs at the university. When they sell my books, I donate money to the Clubs who then.donate the money to scholarships."
"Anna Meagan: The Aggie Cinderella Story," "Whoop! An Aggie Football Weekend," "A is for Aggie: A Book of Traditions," "One, Two.Hullabaloo!" and "Happy's Special Doctor: Future Veterinarians" are the books published by Cindy's Books, each with illustrations of acutal students and campus activities.
You can check out the new website by clicking on the link below.
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