David B. McKinney lives in the Houston, Texas, suburb of Spring. A former journalist, he retired after thirty-one years with a major oil company and taught communications part time at the University of Houston for more than a decade. McKinney is a contributor to four communications textbooks and author of The Invisible Four. He and his wife, Dana, are part-year residents of Flagstaff, Arizona. They have three adult children and eight grandchildren.
Aaron the Aardvark, an active boy, turns into a cement statue. When he turns back, he looks and feels awful -- and learns how to laugh at himself. A read-aloud book with poetry, word-plays, and treats both for the child and the adult reader. This illustrated book is designed for children ages three to seven.