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Thursday, 17 July 2014

Review & Kindle Giveaway: Pinkaboos: Butterfly and the Giant Problem

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Review
Pinkaboos: Butterfly and the Giant Problem is an entertaining read with a fabulous, supportive message. Reading this book to my own six-year-old, was a delight.  
We were kept entertained, not only by the humour, but by the wonderful illustrations too. The storyline enabled me to open up really useful discussions with my child, that were effortless and pressure free. And by the end of the read, I felt positive the story had created an important impact on my child.
Pinkaboos: Butterfly and the Giant Problem is a book I'll happily re-read with my child and has my 'mum' seal of approval.


Blurb
This is going to be the best year ever for best friends Bitterly, Abyssma and Belladonna as they are starting a new school year at Fright School! As young frights they'll learn how to chase aware the fears of little human girls by entering their dreams and teaching them how to overcome nightmares. 

But when Bitterly, the most promising fright, is faced with a school bully and some nightmares of her own, she finds help from the last place she expected-the little girl whom she has sworn to protect. Pinkaboos is an empowering new chapter book series for girls and young readers (6-9) that presents the challenges of childhood through the thrilling and magical world of the Pinkaboos. 

Praise for the Pinkaboos chapter books from the author of Monster High: "Facing fears has never been so much fun. The Pinkaboos are ah-dorable!" -Lisi Harrison, author of The Clique, Alphas, Monster High, Pretenders.

(Chapter book for ages 6-9)




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Laura Gosselin - After receiving her undergraduate degree in English from Cal State University Long Beach in California, Laura Gosselin completed her MFA at Stony Brook Southampton. She has since served as a reporter for a local newspaper in New York, an editor for a national magazine in Vancouver, Canada, as well as senior copywriter for a marketing firm. She currently lives in southern California with her husband and daughter where she works as a creative consultant for Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts.

Jake Gosselin completed his undergraduate degree in Anthropology at the University of Toronto before heading to New York where he finished his MFA in English and Writing at Stony Brook/Southampton College of Long Island University. He currently lives in Southern California where he works as an author, freelance writer and website producer for FourSeasons.com.

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One lucky reader will win a Kindle along with a Kindle copy of The Pinkaboos!
For a chance to win the Kindle,  share your best anecdote on how your child overcame fear!

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6 comments:

  1. I don't have kids, so I wouldn't know how they can overcome fear. But if I had any, I guess I would talk to them openly about it so we could work on it together.

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  2. I typically try to talk through a fear with my 8 year old. I can't say it works well, though. I have a very practical mindset, while my daughter is a bit more anxious and fantastical.

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  3. Being a young mother (24) and having a 7 year old and a 2 year old I really try and just talk them through it but still tell them it's okay if they're scared. Contact - sed4324@gmail.com

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  4. I have a 6 year old daughter and it seems that I am doing someting right, because if she fears from something, we just talk it trought and it's OK. But I agree, it's Ok to be frightened sometimes ;)
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  5. I don't have any child/kids yet. But I have a 6 year old cousin. I talk to her and made her understand that everyone of us have fears but these fears will help us on how to conquer life and the challenges that we are about to face.


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