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Hi Moms!

My company, The Writer’s Lair Books, is organizing a Virtual Book Tour with children’s book author: Eric D. Goodman of the children’s book, Flightless Goose.  We are looking for mom blogs that would like to participate in the virtual tour (which includes a review of the book and an author interview or live chat to be posted on a specific date).  The tour will begin June 20, 2011 and commence July 31, 2011.  We will cooperate if you want to have an appropriate book giveaway or contest. We will link your site back to ours as a host and promote the tour.  If you have reviewed our book, you can still participate in the virtual tour if you like. I'll give a little info. about the book below. You can also visit these websites to gain more info., author bio, and excerpts: www.writerslairbooks.com/flightlessgoose, and www.flightlessgoose.com. If you are interested please leave a comment and your email address and we will contact you.  Thank you for considering Flightless Goose!

 

Book Info:

Gilbert the Goose is very much like the other young geese of his pond, until one day, he is hit by a car, and ends up ice skating instead of flying South for the winter! Flightless Goose uses an original story and beautiful watercolors to teach an important lesson. In a delightful tale, this book tastefully teaches tolerance without drawing attention to it. It also covers issues such as learning to cope with a disability, coping with adversity, and developing new physical strengths.

 

Shana

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