What does Ventura County author Ivor Davis and ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney have in common?
1. They are both worth $1.2 billon?
2. They both like baked beans on toast?
3. They both have written children’s books?
If you chose answer number three you are right.
Although Davis does like baked beans on toast, and Sir Paul prefers scrambled eggs on toast.
The good news, however, is that Davis will beat his Beatle mate to the punch. Paul’s children’s book is due out next year.
Ivor’s very first children’s book, “Ladies and Gentlemen…The Penguins!” will be published Dec. 1—just in time for holiday reading.
“Ladies and Gentlemen…The Penguins!” tells the fanciful fable about a Penguin rock group from the British Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic who grew up to become one of the most famous pop groups in the world. Even bigger—well, almost bigger—than the Beatles.
The critics are raving. “You’ll definitely want to hold their flippers” sang world renowned Penguin critic and musician Ringo Starfish.
You can pre-order the book on www.ivordavisbooks.com or on Amazon.
The book will be launched at a party, Dec. 1, at 3 pm. at the Pierpont Racquet Club, 500 Sanjon Road, Ventura. The public–particularly children–are invited to enjoy a book reading, nibbles, fun, prizes and music and songs by guitarist Alan Shapiro.