Howard Eisenberg's Book and Mini Musical ADORABLE SCOUNDRELS to Launch 11/15

Howard Eisenberg's Book and Mini Musical ADORABLE SCOUNDRELS to Launch 11/15Howard Eisenberg is a great inspirational story! He is an author, playwright, poet, great grandfather, and active in mind, body and spirit, swims three times a week and even is an advocate of dating for those older than 50. His new book and mini musical ADORABLE SCOUNDRELS will launch November 15, 2015, featuring jazz clarinetist Mike Cohen. For more about the musical, go to www.adorablescoundrels.com.

For more than half a century, 88-year-old veteran author-journalist and great-grandfather Howard Eisenberg has read his whimsical doggerel to appreciative audiences at family birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine Days, retirements and bar mitzvahs.

The whimsical Guess Who Zoo poems ballpoint-penned on postcards to his grandchildren in 1988 from a Qantas jet at 30,000 feet.

The interactive poems -- last word left blank so the kids could guess the animal -- were written on a book and zoo tour of Australia with his late wife, Arlene, co-author of the classic "What to Expect" book series.

As a result of a suggestion Arlene made 25 years ago, the postcard poems have been published by Mascot Books .
Howard has done readings from his books at schools, hospitals, The Poets House and is available for events, and tv/radio appearances.

The group produced a Guess Who Zoo CD. W ith the help of composer Sherwin Kaufman and producers Ann Ruckert and Jimmy "The Whiz" Wisner, he set out to generate "a buzz." and created a Guess Who Zoo Troupe to perform the poems as songs at children's museums, schools, and hundreds of birthday parties as a first step toward publishing them.

There is a three-book series, with a cd, and now a blanket! Perfect for the holidays and fun for the whole family!

Please watch the 2-minute promo featuring Brian Childers and Kimberly Faye Greenberg.

Howard is working on a "Time 2 Rhyme" Contest for Kids, a new Toddler Poem book, and he is also working with Jack Mulcahy (Brother's McMullen) on a one-man show called "The Pheenom" based on a baseball book that Howard wrote and the first reading will occur early 2016. He produced his musical "Million Dollar Bet," directed by Lee Lobenhofer, with a great cast at NYC's JCC Theater, starring Brian Childers and Renae Baker, is looking for a new theater to Produce a full scale production.

Pictured is Howard Eisenberg, photo by Jeremy Davis.

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