Spotlight and giveaway: Cowboy Joel and the Wild Wild West

 

Cowboy Joel and the Wild Wild West
by The Gagnon Family
Category:  Children’s Fiction (Ages 3-7)
Genre:  Children’s book
Publisher:  JPV Press
Release date:   June 1, 2019
Tour dates: August 12 to August 30, 2019
Content Rating: G

 

BOOK DESCRIPTION: 

Cowboy Joel and Blackbeard find themselves face to face with El Maton, the most feared desperado in the West. When El Maton mocks him for the way he looks, Joel must confront his biggest fear; a tongue-slingin’ with the outlaw. Can Blackbeard convince Joel to do it? Will Joel find the courage? Note to Mom and Dad: Cowboy Joel will teach your child that it’s not always about punching the bully. It’s about being confident in who God made them to be, and using those truths to fight the battle in their mind.

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Book review: Trace

Trace

Trace
by Pat Cummings
HarperCollins

4/2/2019
Genre: Juvenile Fiction/Middle Grade
320 pages

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I entered this giveaway thinking of offering the book to a member of my book club. I won the book! When Trace arrived, it got me curious, and I ended up devouring it before giving it to my friend! I rarely use juvenile fiction, but this one is definitely worth it.

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Spotlight and giveaway: The Adventures of Wilhelm

The Adventures of Wilhelm: A Rat’s Tale

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Book Title: The Adventures of Wilhelm: A Rat’s Tale by Maria Ritter
Illustrator: Teri Rider
Category: Middle-grade Fiction, 210 pages
Genre: Children’s Fantasy
Publisher: PartnerPress
Release date: August 2018
Tour dates: March 11 to 29, 2019
Content Rating: G (This is a clean children’s book with no expletives, violence, sex or drugs.)

Book Description:

Young Wilhelm leaves home and travels the world. He not only discovers the value of different cultures and the importance of family and friendship, but he also overcomes obstacles with courage and cleverness. He returns home with deep respect for all creatures on this earth and a new sense of rat identity and purpose.

To follow the tour and read reviews, please visit Maria Ritter’s page on iRead Book Tours.

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About the Author:

Maria Ritter is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in La Jolla, California. She is the author of Return to Dresden (2004), an autobiographical reflection on her childhood in Germany during and after World War II. It is a healing memoir that confronts national guilt for the Nazi past and weaves the broken pieces of loss and grief into a healing tapestry.

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