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Review and Giveaway! A Tribute Book: " A Different Kind of Hero"

Monday, December 21, 2009




I recently had the opportunity to review  " A Different Kind of Hero"

http://www.tribute-books.com/

LEAH BETH EVANS, author

COLLEEN GEDRICH, illustrator


This book was wonderfully written by a 4th grader after her studies about the rain forest, truly touched and inspired her. I could tell by reading this book that she really felt for the animals that were being driven out of their homes by the men with their bulldozers and equipment.
The illustrations are great and the book's writer could really touch that on the level of another child.

More on the book:

Rainforest Rally




The rainforest is under attack.

One monkey is determined to save it.

His name is Tomagochi.



He’s brown.

He’s small.

He’s plain.



But when a group of men enters the rainforest armed with bulldozers and axes, Tomagochi the monkey springs into action to defend his natural habitat.



While larger animals like Peshe the tiger run and hide, Tomagochi charges into battle.



Will he be victorious?

Will the rainforest be saved?



Join Tomagochi as he fights to protect his home and discovers just how special he truly is.

Tribute Books carries this book as well as many others.They are offering one lucky reader one of the books :
" A Different Kind of Hero" as well for their children to enjoy.

A random draw will be made on December 31st by Random.org from all entries recived up until noon CST on that day. Winner will be contacted shortly there after by email.
Canada and USA may enter.

To enter: Please visit Tribute Books and post in your comment the book that would most likely appeal to you if you were making a book purchase, along with your email address.

Additional Entries:( please post each separate):

- Grab the button from my site and add to your site
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-List the contest on your site with a link back to mine.
-Purchase the Stretching the One Income Dollar ebook or print copy

6 comments:

  1. I looked and liked Remembering Wilma. I am always worried that my wonderful grandparents are going to pass before my kids remember them! Also, the site looks like a great place to get some info on writing your own book

    Oh and I already subscribe to your RSS feed

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  2. I think But Than Again I Could Be Wrong sounds funny.

    dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. i follow with google friend connect

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  4. I think Second Chance would be a heartwarming book to read.

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  5. I would read the Brooklyn Dodgers. My son LOVES baseball, and he enjoys it when we read to him.
    Deb
    ardenpostma@aol.com

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  6. **** Winner of this draw was comment #3-

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