Thursday, December 11, 2014

Celebrate the Holiday Season with a Collection of New Indie Children's Books! (GIVEAWAY)

Just in time for the holidays, four indie authors have released some wonderful children’s books to make young spirits bright. Each of these authors published their books via Amazon’s indie publishing platforms: CreateSpace for print and Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) for e-books. These four books introduce lovable new characters that are sure to become seasonal family favorites:


Calling All Grammies – A Christmas Tale of Friendship, an inventive story by Flo Barnet features an intrepid grandma and her friends from around the world, who band together to save the day when Santa’s sleigh breaks down and can’t be fixed in time to take to the skies for Christmas. These grannies have more energy than you can imagine and manage to save Christmas for everyone! This is a cute rhyming tale, and kids will chuckle at the thought of a band of grandmas racing around the world to deliver presents.


Christmas on the Farm, an engaging rhyming picture book by Beau Blackwell, featuring a whole barnyard of adorably illustrated animals, reinforces that the true meaning of Christmas is about the spirit of friendship and giving to others. This is the simplest of the four books featured here, which makes it perfect for reading to the youngest of children.


Captain No Beard and the Aurora Borealis, a charming winter’s tale and the newest addition to the award-winning Captain No Beard book series by Carole P. Roman, finds the daring pirate Captain No Beard and his loyal crew heaving anchor for adventure as they steer a course due north for the icy waters of the Arctic. Although this isn't a Christmas tale, this wintry adventure still sets the stage for the holiday season.


The Christmas Witchling, an enchanting chapter book by D. Byron Patterson featuring the brave 8-year-old Witchling Tulie Flue, who struggles to set everything right after it all goes wrong in a heartwarming tale about courage, friendship and the wonder of the holiday season. This book is for children 8 and older who love fantasy stories.

I hope you'll support independent children's authors by picking up copies of their books for the Christmas season!

GIVEAWAY

One lucky winner will receive Kindle copies of all four of the books listed above! This would make a great gift if your child or grandchild is getting a Kindle from Santa this year! Enter through the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on Sunday, December 21, 2014.



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13 comments:

  1. I think I want to read he Christmas Witching!

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  2. CALLING ALL GRAMMIES is the one I would wan to read first because I know both of my grandsons would really enjoy it.

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  3. first would be The Christmas Witchling,

    tiramisu392(at) yahoo.com

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  4. We would probably read Captain No Beard first

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  5. We would love to read the Christmas on the Farm. Our kids love animals.

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  6. Christmas on the Farm :)

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  7. First I'd read Christmas on the Farm.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  8. Calling all grammies!
    mnewell0293 at gmail dot com

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  9. I would love to read Christmas on the Farm.

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  10. Anonymous10:09 PM

    I would like to read Calling All Grammies!
    shawnac68@hotmail.com

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  11. Calling All Grammies looks so adorable; that would be my first choice to read.

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  12. I would love to read "Calling All Grammies" first, I would enjoy it and I know my grandchildren would too.
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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