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Destiny Brown | 805 comments Seeking Reviewers for New Children's Non-Fiction Book - My Nana Was a Free-Range Kid

My Nana Was A Free-Range Kid by Nancy Peek Youngdahl
My Nana Was a Free-Range Kid
By Nancy Peek Youngdahl
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Published: June 2018
ISBN: 978-1478705215 (paperback)
ISBN: 978-1478704928 (hardcover)
Genre: hildren's Book, Non-Fiction
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), kindle, ebook, ibook

Non-Fiction recounts of my free-range childhood in the 1940s & 50s, and the amazing and hilarious adventures initiated with my younger brother. We lived an active childhood and wreaked havoc all around our neighborhood. The beautiful illustrations in my book could tell the stories without a printed word. This book is narrated by my great-granddaughter who declares over and over her love for her grandparents and how important they are in her life. Her Nana's yarns tie in many different lessons in what "not to do" and the themes throughout the book will surely hold imaginations long beyond the last page. Today's child needs to know that family history is a very valuable commodity and should never be forgotten.

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Nancy Peek Youngdahl

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Stanley O'Connor | 13 comments Hello, I'm Stanley O'connor pursued his lifelong dream of being a professional cartoonist after serving nine years in the corporate world as a graphic designer. In his childhood, he drew inspiration from classics like Calvin and Hobbes, The Far Side, Garfield. I'm lives with his wife, three young kids, and a lovable, dog in the San Diego.
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Karen Otabachi (karenota) | 2 comments Hi, I am seeking reviews for my new children's book. Thank you!
Karen Otabachi
This book was inspired by my grandson Rian. Rian's story will touch the reader's heart as he befriends an elderly Hispanic woman who doesn't speak English. Their friendship is actually the most beautiful thing I have ever encountered. She doesn't speak English and he doesn't speak Spanish. In some mysterious way, this little boy and this elderly woman found a connection. When I asked him why he loves abuela so much, he replied: "She listens to me when I talk, and I can tell her all my secrets and she never tells anyone". She also tells her family how much she loves this sweet little boy. This was such a beautiful story that I had to share it with the world.
My Neighbor Abuela by Karen Otabachi

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