D.L. Carroll

Family Review Center recently honored author D.L. Carroll, creator of the “Sir Licksalot” children’s book series, with the “Star Award” for 2015. The Star Award is to recognize outstanding companies and business owners. An interview with Carroll is published in the 2015 Awards Edition of the Family Review Center’s Magazine.

“I am humbled to have been chosen for this prestigious Star Award, said D.L. Carroll. “Having the knowledge that the company’s editor shared my books with her loved one, is the ultimate reward.”

Each book in the “Sir Licksalot” series is a fast paced thrilling adventure. The characters have very distinctive personalities and behaviors that mirror readers and their friends. The stories all have a magical destination and include friendship, conflict, mystery, imagination, and most importantly relatable language.

The books are written for reluctant and hi-low readers. What is special about this series is that the language is simple. The reader doesn’t have to re-read the sentence a couple of times to comprehend it. The chapters are short so the reader can retain what has been read. In addition, each book has a message. Readers find themselves learning new things without even realizing they are being taught.

The Series:
– “Sir Licksalot & The Maverick Fools” (ISBN 1604749172) explores the ocean.
– “Sir Licksalot & The Island Fools” (ISBN 9781462680924) explores culture and respect.
– “Sir Licksalot & The Arctic Fools” (ISBN 9781629076713) explores global warming.
– “Sir Licksalot & The Bay Fools” (ISBN 9781634481533) explores landmarks and kindness.

Books in the “Sir Licksalot” series have received numerous awards, including:
Best of the Year 2012, Best of the Year 2013, Best of The Year 2014, Gold Award, Editor’s Choice, Seal of Approval, Recommended, Bronze Award, 5 Star Review Seals, and Pre-Release Endorsements.

Also, author D.L. Carroll and illustrator Teri Cuneo made a guest appearance at Briarwood Elementary School on “Read Across America Day” (Dr. Seuss’s Birthday). Across the country, thousands of schools, libraries, and community centers participated by bringing together students and books. “This has been one really exciting year and it just started. We were absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to share the ‘Sir Licksalot’ books in person with the 380 students,” said Carroll.

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