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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Snowed In? Read!

Snowed in? That can be a good thing. What better time than a snow day (or snow week as some of us seem to be experiencing) to catch up on some reading? And if you happen to be snowed in with children, you can have a great time reading to the kids.

In the market for a new children’s book to share with the kids in your life? There’s no need to fight the snow for a trip to the local book store or library. Save that for better weather. You can order Flightless Goose from the cozy comfort of your own home by going online!

There are a number of places you can go, but a good start is www.RunGoose.com, where you can find information on the book, sample illustrations, and a nice list of the good ink the book has received.

Or, visit Tenth Muse Books at www.thetenthmusebooks.com/bookstore.html.

Of course, if you order your copy at www.Amazon.com, you can qualify for free shipping with orders of $25 or more. Two copies of Flightless Goose would do the trick. Or, take the advice of Amazon, who pairs Flightless Goose up with Jamie Lee Curtis’s book, Big Words for Little People. See the product rating, the five-star review, and other info at Amazon's Flightless Goose Page.

Enjoy the snow. If you’ve read the book, you know that Gilbert did!


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