A Year in Review #9

Good Morning Everyone,

Today officially starts week #9 in the celebration/giveaway. This week’s look back is extra-special. On July 27, 2013, my very first Indie Author review will turn one! So please join me, as I take a look back at this very special Year in Review segment. Elizabeth Rooks is a very talented Children’s Author and her books teach children about water cycles and different cultures throughout the world.

Rayne Queen Water Supplier of the World
Rayne believes that she is rain, and supplies the world with water, but the animals do not believe her. Elizabeth Rooks has created an enjoyable children’s book that subtly teaches the importance of rain. This book reminds me of Where the Wild Things Are, in the fact that Rayne and Max share similar characteristics, and are out to rule the world! Young girls will enjoy Rayne’s adventures, as well as the wonderful illustrations.

Where Does Santa go on Vacation after Christmas?
Children and adults everywhere will love this latest book by Elizabeth Rooks. Where Does Santa go on Vacation after Christmas? is the first in a Santa-related trilogy focuses on teaching children about various cultures around the world. Rooks has written an excellent children’s book that will pique children’s interest in languages. The pronunciation key will help adults teach children the correct way to pronounce hello. This was an exciting start to a very promising series.

Elizabeth Rooks has kindly donated a copy of Rayne Queen Water Supplier of the World to be given away to one lucky commenter. All you have to do is leave a comment below, between now and Friday, July 26, 2013 at 11:59pm EDT. Winner will be selected using Random.org and will be announced on Saturday, July 27, 2013. Good luck!

If you would like a chance to win Where Does Santa go on Vacation after Christmas? then head over to the Big Giveaway page and click on the Rafflecopter link. The Big Giveaway will be drawn on August 1, 2013! Good luck!



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2 Responses to A Year in Review #9

  1. I have a few nephews and nieces who love being read to… There books would be great to add to their collections!

  2. Kristina Lanning

    Thanks Nicole, my kaleigh bug is learning to read and we read a story every night to them this would be great! (=

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