I found out this week that Daisy, one of the dogs featured in the real adoption stories at the end of A Home for Rosie, passed away. RIP Daisy and may you run and play forever across that Rainbow Bridge. 🌈 Thank you, Robert S., for sharing her story with me!
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Here’s the lovely necklace made by Cheryl Karnes up for grabs in my February children’s book newsletter!! Plus a signed copy of D.G. Driver’s “No One Needed to Know” – a book about bullying, an issue that so many kids are dealing with today. Don’t miss out on your chance to win these! Subscribe to my monthly children’s book newsletter before Feb. 28 and to enter the giveaway: http://eepurl.com/b_1qU5
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My daughters and I always have a fun day at this independent bookstore. Lots of kids and parents came out for my reading of A Home for Rosie and another Valentine-themed book. The very best part? I got a valentine from one of my sweet readers. Nothing makes my heart happier than a child who enjoys my books.
Next up, the KCTE Conference in Lexington on February 25. I’ll have a table there and all my books available. Looking forward to talking to my heroes….teachers!
Join me this Saturday, February 11, 11:00 – Noon EST
I’ll be reading “A Home for Rosie” & Valentine stories at A Reader’s Corner Bookstore for story time. Snacks and a craft also included.
2044 Frankfort Ave.
Louisville, KY 40206
Did you know that February 22 is Pink T-Shirt Day? This anti-bullying campaign is led by is a small, all volunteer, non-profit society in British Columbia, Canada who donate t-shirts to schools and assist in anti-bullying initiatives. A study by the Interactive Autism Network (IAN) found that 63% of 1,167 children with autism had been bullied. This month for my newsletter subscribers, we have an all new giveaway for a book about autism and bullying with an anti-bullying themed necklace to raise awareness of this issue.
This month’s newsletter giveaway:
No One Needed to Know
by D. G. Driver & an anti-bullying themed necklace
Heidi’s brother, Donald, is 16 and Autistic. She has always loved playing with him, but now she’s 11 and her life is changing. She’s embarrassed to have her brother around and tries not to tell anyone about him. High school boys bully him. When the kids at her school find out about him, she gets bullied too. It’s not fair. No one seems to understand.
But Heidi needs to understand too. She can’t change her brother, but she can change how she feels about him, and she can get people to see why her brother is special.
A perfect book for 9-13 year old readers dealing with bullying issues or to promote understanding and compassion for people with special needs.
Learn more and read an excerpt at: www.dgdriver.com/no-one-needed-to-know.org
Available in print for only $6.99 at Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/069282913X
Part of the Schoolwide Inc. Zing! digital library:www.schoolwide.com/zing (You must register for their subscription service, which gives you access to all their children’s ebooks)
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Congratulations to Gail N. for winning the January newsletter giveaway of Emma’s Dancing Day by Kimberly S. Hoffman.
Congratulations to all the winners of the Goodreads giveaway for A Home for Rosie: