It’s #RIAuthor Month! Meet Lisa Batch


The premise for The First Song is, peace is obtainable through open communication. In the case of this children’s book, peace was obtained in the jungle village 30,000 years ago by singing together; people with people of other ethnicities, and animals with animals, and people with animals. All the jungle inhabitants bonded in friendship while singing together, the first song ever made up! There were very few howls and growls anymore, and best of all, there was no killing each other. These new friends discovered other means of survival.

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Lisa Batch is the author and illustrator of this story, which is the third book she’s written. She’s also composed three songs, to add another dimension to The First Song, that have been professionally arranged, and are available through ASCAP.
Lisa Batch’s background is in the music industry. A native of Newton, MA, Lisa moved to NYC and completed her schooling at Professional Children’s School and American Musical & Dramatic Academy, before performing on Broadway and as a headliner on international cruise lines. Lisa is a mother and grandmother who splits the year between her homes in RI and FL, where she lives peacefully with her wonderful husband, Herb.
Visit Lisa’s website,  or follow her on Twitter and Facebook
Her book is discounted 10% through December 15, when ordered through her website.
Recommendations: “The First Song teaches compassion and open communication. It’s an absolute winner!” – Wayne Barber, Host of WNRI Author’s Hour
The First Song is a miraculous yet believable story of a peaceful world. This is storytelling with great heart.” – Charlotte Burnham, Youth Services Librarian, Rogers Free Library, Bristol, RI
GIVEAWAY! The author is offering a copy of The First Song to one lucky winner. Just comment below to be entered. The winner will be chosen at random, and the author will contact you directly. Contest ends one week after publication. US residents only, please.
Meet over 100 local authors on Saturday, December 2! The Fifth Annual RI Authors Expo

4 thoughts on “It’s #RIAuthor Month! Meet Lisa Batch

  1. Lisa, this sounds like a beautiful story. I often find peace through music how wonderful to share that feeling with children.
    Debbie Kaiman Tillinghast


  2. Your book sounds interesting with showing a way to peace thru music.
    I would love to win a copy.
    Thank you for this opportunity.
    Leslie Piver


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