"This is a dynamic story that celebrates entrepreneurship. The books include specific characteristics and behavioral principles of the business world,
(1888PressRelease) February 26, 2009 - Bouje Publishing announces the sale of Korean rights to translate and publish Tyler and His Solve-a-matic Machine (Book 1) and Tyler Passes the Golden Key (Book 2) of the Future Business Leaders' Series by #1 Amazon Kindle best-seller and award winning author Jennifer Bouani.
Translation rights were purchased by the Book21 Publishing Group, EULPASO, which will release both books within the next 12 months. Mr. Kim Yeong Gon, president of Book21 and who hand picked the series, stated " We expect great success with the Future Business Leaders' Series in South Korea. The Korean translation rights of the series is one of the key deals for Book 21 Publishing Group in 2009."
"This is a dynamic story that celebrates entrepreneurship. The books include specific characteristics and behavioral principles of the business world, which will be practical help to children," added Mr. Hoo Seong, Lim. Sr. Editor.
Amo Noh of the Amo Agency brokered the transaction. Ms. Noh commented, "The Future Business Leaders' Series will be interesting and attractive to Korean parents who are strongly interested in education. These are certainly unique titles, and they fit into Book 21's children's list perfectly. I am excited to work with Bouje Publishing, and I look forward to the moment the Korean editions hit our market."
In the first book of the series, Tyler & His Solve-a-matic Machine (Bouje Publishing, ISBN-13: 9780977926503), Jennifer Bouani introduces us to Tyler, an orphan boy who invents a machine to help him do his homework and creates a business to manufacture this machine. He endures many tests set out for him by the Great Spirit of the Entrepreneurs, Sote', before he can officially become a successful business owner and realize his dream of sailing around the world. These tests are symbolic of obstacles encountered by adult entrepreneurs in the real world. The allegory teaches children ages 8 to 13 business concepts in a simple yet adventurous way, showing them how to participate in, and reap the rewards of our society.
"Jennifer Bouani and the gift for writing for children," said Amazon.com Top 10 Reviewer Grady Harp. He added, "Every so often a new writer surfaces who along with the company of the likes of Roald Dahl, E.B. White, C.S. Lewis and others has the talent to speak to children about things adult in a manner that is not only informative and correct intelligently, but at the same time keeps in mind the importance of molding the realm of fantasy and tales that still focus the attention of all of us. Jennifer Bouani has the gift and in Tyler & His Solve-a-matic Machine she bows on stage as a skilled thinker and a consummate communicator."
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About the Series
Tyler's peers are other children of the magical city of Nessibus with various skills and talents who each tell their own story of becoming business leaders in separate books. These stories make up the Future Business Leaders' Series. The plots of the various books interweave as the characters become suppliers, customers, and referrals for one another, emphasizing the power of networking and its influence over one's business success. Book Reviews on Amazon.com
About the Author
Jennifer Bouani is an advocate for capitalists and entrepreneurs. She draws on her knowledge of the business world from her experience as a consultant, communications' manager, software engineer, project manager, business analyst and an entrepreneur herself to craft her stories. Read her blog.
Tyler and His Solve-a-matic Machine (Bouje Publishing, SBN-13: 9780977926503, US $6.99) is available online and by calling 404-966-1732 .
Tyler Passes the Golden Key (Bouje Publishing, ISBN-13: 9780977926510, US $8.99) is available online and by calling 404-966-1732 .
About Bouje Publishing
Atlanta-based Bouje Publishing, LLC, publishes the Future Business Leaders' Series for children. For more information, visit http://www.boujepublishing.com/