Kam Zinsser is not only a children's author, but a mother, wife, teacher, musician and artist. Her latest children's book, Turbo Fires Up combines her many roles and shares her passion for life and children. This book was inspired by her son's pet gecko and her love for reptiles.
Zinsser paid a visit to the KTAB 4u studio to talk about her new book, as well as her career as an author.
Turbo Fires Up is available on amazon.com, as well as at The Texas Star Trading Post store in downtown Abilene.
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