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Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on April 8, 2013 at 4:19pm
Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on April 1, 2013 at 4:47am

MANNER-MAN by Sherrill S. Cannon, illustrated by Kalpart ~ Giveaway

“I am strong, and my flash is bright,
And I will defend you and make things all right…”
These are the magic words to call upon Manner-Man – a superhero who can help control bullies and teach children ways to be considerate of others.
Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on April 1, 2013 at 4:29am

World of Peachtree Presents: CLAUDE IN THE CITY by Alex T. Smith



We're introducing a new early reader series! This is the first book of the Claude series, first published in the UK and now available for all of us here in the US. You guys, I am so pumped about this series. Claude and his best friend Sir Bobblysock crack me up and I can't wait for you to read these books! 
I'm leaving it to the capable hands of my wonderful blogger buddies to properly introduce this book to you in this week's BLOG TOUR! 

Monday, 4/1
 
Tuesday, 4/2 
Kid Lit Reviews (also on Twitter!) 
Wednesday, 4/3 
 There's a Book (also on Twitter!) 
Thursday, 4/4 
Friday, 4/5 

Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on April 1, 2013 at 4:17am

The Night Horses by Anaka Jones, 12 year-old Author

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12-year-old author Anaka Jones imagines the life of a herd of horses as they work, chow, play and turn a farm into their own three-ring circus in The Night Horses
Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on February 20, 2013 at 1:34pm

When Rain Falls written by Melissa Stewart, illustrated by Constanc...

GIVEAWAY!
 
We go inside when the rain comes down, but where do animals go? That depends on the kind of animal and where it lives. Bees hide in hives and ants stay safe in underground nests. Squirrels pull their long bushy tails over their heads like umbrellas. Caterpillars crawl under leaves. This new book for young readers offers a first glimpse at how different animals in different habitats behave during a thunderstorm. In simple, easy-to-understand language, veteran childrens book author Melissa Stewart takes a lyrical look at the behavior of animals in forests, fields, wetlands, and deserts and briefly describes how each creature interacts with its rained-soaked environment. Constance Bergums soft, watercolor paintings colorfully depict the animals and special features of each habitat. Individual sidebar and panel illustrations provide close-up details of the natural world.

 

Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on February 7, 2013 at 6:01am

KATIE: The Little Girl Who Stuttered and Then Learned to Talk Fluen...

HCRI Founder and President Dr. Ron Webster has penned a delightful children’s storybook,Katie: The Little Girl who Stuttered and Then Learned to Talk Fluently. 

This is a true story about a smart, vivacious young girl who wants to overcome her stuttering and speak fluently. Katie’s stuttered speech causes her daily frustration and embarrassment. 
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The way she talks inhibits her ability to freely share her thoughts and feelings. She endures teasing from other kids. The only time she finds solace is when she escapes to a nearby park where she loves to play hide and seek.
Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on February 1, 2013 at 8:41pm

What Does It Mean To Be Safe? by Rana DiOrio, illustrated by Sandra...

Children need easy guidelines to help them understand how to protect themselves and feel secure in their environments. Rana DiOrio's newest addition to her award-winning series explores physical, emotional, social and cyber safety in unthreatening ways that spark meaningful conversation between adults and children about staying safe.
Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on January 24, 2013 at 12:07pm

GIVEAWAY!  Hardback copy!

Chocolate Socks written by Holly Durst, illustrated by Brandon Fall...

About Chocolate Socks
 
This is a book encouraging children to follow their dreams and not to be afraid to create new things. I took my two favorite things, chocolate and socks and turned it into a fun adventure for a child. Chocolate Socks is a great story and children will love it!

 

Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on January 10, 2013 at 12:40pm

BIBLE Stories that End with a HUG! by Stephen Elkins ~ Giveaway

PERFECT FOR VALENTINE'S DAY!
Bible Stories that End with a Hug!
Little children love getting—and giving—hugs! Hugs generate warmth, affection, and a feeling of acceptance. Show your little ones just how much you treasure them while teaching them about the Bible and God’s unconditional love for his creation. 
Comment by Patricia Kemp-Blackmon on January 4, 2013 at 9:03am
Honey, an inquisitive young parakeet living in the Australian Outback, decides to become a superhero after she spies a human family watching Superman. Since she already has the power of flight, all she needs to do is create a costume to conceal her true identity and then fly off in search of animals that need rescuing.

Unfortunately, every time she tries to help, Honey only ends up making matters worse. She spoils Kangaroo’s game of hide-and-go-seek by revealing his hiding place to Wallaby; Mr. Anteater must go hungry when she alerts the ants to his presence, and Mrs. Koala is made a laughingstock among bears when Honey pretends to be her Joey. Finally realizing that she’s not as heroic as she’d like, Honey gives up her day-saving efforts.
 

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