Three Lost Kids Blog Tour (Mommy and Daddy Bloggers needed)

Hello Mommy and Daddy bloggers,
I would love to have you be a part of this tour of a new children's book.
I am trying to increase the number of mommy and daddy bloggers I have to cover a tour of young children's book in Oct.  I posted an announcement on my facebook, the IO facebook my TBR Blog and the IO blog, and Google+.  If you are able please help me pass the word and invite these bloggers to join in on this tour.  I am attaching my blog post both as compose view and HTML so if you or anyone else would like to reuse it as a post you have everything you need for ease of use.  The only thing I do not have yet is the new book cover art.
Oh, And I created a separate page on the boom tours website for this tour's description and sign up.  http://innovativeonlinebooktours.com/Three_Lost_Kids_Blog_Tour.html
And here is the authors page
Thank you so much for any help you can provide and I hope you can join in on this tour as well.

Make it a great day!

 

Vickie Dold
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Innovative Online Book Tours

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