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International Children’s Book Day is celebrated on April 2nd, in honor of Hans Christian Andersen’s birthday, every year to inspire children to read and love books.
In 2015, I made my book “Simple Happiness: Box” available for Free for a limited time. This year I will do the same through smashwords.com. So starting April 2nd to April 9th my book will be free with code: BJ65W that you can only use on smashwords.com. My book is usually available to purchase for 99 cents on some major ebook sites (click here for a complete list and links or click “Simple Happiness” on the black bar above).
Don’t forget to share this with other parents and/or guardians. If your feeling extra generous, you are welcome to write a review of my books.
One more note: My book “Simple happiness: Chalk” is always available for free and you click the link above or go to my page: Simple Happiness to know more information.
I have finally published the last of the Questioning Our Animal Friends series. It is currently available at smashwords.com, inktera and apple/ibook (click on the name for a direct link. It will soon be available on: barnes and noble, kobo, txtr, etc. I will provide links when they become available.
This ebook includes the children’s poems I have previously posted on this blog. You can click the links below to read these poems.
My ebook ‘Simple Happiness: Box’ is on sale through smashwords. You can get it for free with the code: VU94W until April 22, 2016. Here is the link: New Tab Link. Thank you and have a wonderful reading.
I once saw a little squirrel dancing in the snow. I pondered if he was looking for food or maybe he didn’t like the snow between his toes. Whatever it was, it didn’t last long. As the squirrel ran to a tree, climbed high into the branches and disappeared out of sight.