The wild time jump details are fabulously thought out and cause some unexpected results. Robert Pease has been interested in creating worlds since childhood. Also, since the moment he could read, books have consumed vast swaths of his life.
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Each filled with worlds just beyond reach, but close enough we can all catch a glimpse of ourselves in the characters he brings to life. This giveaway is sponsored by the author, D. Have fun entering the competition and watch this space for the awesome review! Keep reading, keep writing! I can still work because there are so many cool books to bring you…. Summary: Rather than spending one more day amongst the humiliating remarks to the amusement of her fellow peers, Emily Fickeltin runs away. Or, rather, walks away. Emily is misunderstood and disliked but what seems to be every other child her age and on top of it all, she is overweight.
Perfectly pleasantly plump, her mother calls her, but Emily feels far from perfect. Her attempt to escape her pain leads her to discover a hidden place with new hope for friends and acceptance. Phea and her friend rabbit have a past of their own they wish to run from and together the three battle their innermost demons as their world crumbles around them.
Will they ever discover peace and acceptance? These lost and disheartened souls must find who they are before they are all lost forever. Angela Burkhead is a full time writer and a full time mom. Of the two jobs, she cannot decide which is more difficult and time consuming, but both bring the joys of fulfillment and accomplishment.
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Which is mainly good. My brain is ready to switch off though. So I will be taking a break over Easter. I will be taking my editing with me. Got on a roll the other night and need to strike while the iron is hot. I have also been reading some great books that will appear on my Stitch Says blog very soon. Lots to come. I will wrap up the traditional v self publishing blogs when I get back.
However until then have a great and safe Easter! I have to butt in while Stitch is snoring!
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This one is all about a monster who ate all the Easter Eggs. Billy and Monster love all the holidays as they get to spend quality time together. What happens when Billy and Monster tip toe downstairs and the pyramid of Easter eggs comes falling down? Beautifully illustrated, nicely formatted, this quick, easy story will be read over and over again. And, awesome pictures as always.
Definitely recommend it. Cute story with a lesson for the little ones in your family! They love chocolate so much that they forget about obeying to older. At night, they sneaked to the chocolate egg pyramid, started eating the chocolate eggs and made a big mess. On the morning, they not only got in a big trouble, but they also got a bad stomach pain. Nice illustrations, book well written.
It shares a lot about celebrating holidays, and intertwines humor and family love throughout the story. Hidden in the story is a nice message about eating in moderation, a well needed lesson in our culture of over-eating. Billy ends up being proud of himself and makes good decisions by the end of the book, while all the while sharing some adventures with his cute monster friend. Great read to share with your children or grandchildren year round, not just for the Easter holiday. As a father himself, he has parents at heart when he writes. He recognizes that bedtime has to be one of the best parts of the day for parents and grandparents as it gives them the opportunity to bond with their little ones.
Beginner readers will also enjoy discovering new words as they read his books. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter to win. Stitch here with another awesome picture book — this one will even help you learn a new language! Bosley and his father go into the forest to learn to speak with the birds, squirrels and beavers. This is a self-guided duel language book and an excellent way to get children interested in learning a new language.
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Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. When not writing he loves to travel the U. Follow the author on their blog, Facebook, or Twitter account for the latest updates on book releases:. Embed on your blog or site: Copy paste the html code into your webpage. Noah Zarc by D. Robert Pease Posted on Jun 30, in Winners. Robert Pease. Robert Pease Evolved Publishing presents the first book in the Noah Zarc science fiction series by award-winning author, D.