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Seeking Reviews for my Self-Help Books for Children

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message 1: by Sainoor (new)

Sainoor Premji | 1 comments Hi,

My name is Sainoor and I am the author of the book "Looking In: Being an Expat Tween", that someone described as a "A self-help book for expatriate tweens between the ages of 9 and 12".

I'd like to find someone available to read and review my book.

Also, I invite each of you to enter my book giveaway:


message 2: by Kathryn (new)

Kathryn Harrison | 1 comments Hello there,
I think my picture book would be a good addition to your group. Weeds in Nana's Garden - It's a heartfelt illustrated book about the bond between a granddaughter and her Nana that helps readers better understand Alzheimer’s Disease & other dementia.

Extending from my personal experience with my mother's dementia, I created a tender story, captivating images and a garden metaphor to gently explain these diseases. Also includes a Question & Answer section about dementia diseases. Plus each purchase supports the Alzheimer Society of Canada.

Thank-you, Kathryn
Weeds in Nana's Garden: A Heartfelt Story of Love That Helps Explain Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias.

message 3: by Mary (new)

Mary Feliciani | 5 comments Hi everyone,
This looks like a good place to house my children's books.

The Magic Leaf
The Magic Leaf by Mary Feliciani

Big and Small in the Mirror
BIG and Small in the Mirror by Mary Feliciani

Humanitarians, Visionaries, Heroes, and You
Humanitarians, Visionaries, Heroes, and You by Mary Feliciani

All three books fit in with your theme.

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