Youth Literature Reviews and Mother Daughter Books Reviews are back with another Kid Lit Giveaway Hop! This time around is the Holiday Extravaganza. This is a hop featuring bloggers who feature children’s or young adult literature and are looking to share copies of a fabulous winter-themed or holiday-themed books (Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc).
Greetings everyone, Paul here today and I’d like to give a special thanks to Katie and Renee for hosting this fabulous event. I love what these ladies are doing to spread the word about great kidlit. It’s quite a difficult genre to promote online at times, and these ladies are two of the best (not to mention all the great bloggers participating).
Today I’m featuring my very own Christmas book; Lionel’s Christmas Adventure. I released this book last year around the holidays and really enjoyed doing so. I participated in my very 1st blog tour and am excited to include it in the Kid Lit Giveaway Hop Holiday Extravaganza. Now onto the blurb:
Have you ever wanted something you couldn’t have? Meet Lionel, a lovable bully-magnet who desperately wants a new sled and will do anything to get it.This fun Christmas book follows Lionel from Larrystown to the North Pole. His magical Three-Toed-Potbellied Walbaun foot is back and is as unpredictable as ever. Whether Lionel’s sledding, ice skating, or in a life-sized gingerbread village, it takes him on some grand adventures. Filled with great Christmas imagery, this book is perfect for young readers and family story time. This 2013 holiday, be careful what you wish for, you never know what might happen!
Well I know you’re excited to “hop” on over to the other great blogs so I’ll wrap things up. I’ll leave you with the trailer for Lionel’s Christmas Adventure (courtesy of Laura at LLPix Photography) and I dare you not to tap your foot.
Take a second to enter to win an autographed copy of Lionel’s Christmas Adventure (sorry US only), or if you just can’t wait, you can head over to the toolbar on the left of the blog and order one today.