Many of you may be tuning into @booksofwonder's Instagram page today for the launch of The Secret Rhino Society, written by Jonathan E. Jacobs, and we are beyond thrilled to share this story with all of you today! Both Jonathan and I are honored to partner with Books of Wonder for this event, as it looks to be a fun-filled launch of storytelling, show and tell and a finale of a wonderful craft : Ivy's Flower Truck! Please feel free to download and print the following templates to make a truck of your very own. (The first template is for an 11 x 17" sheet, and the second two enable one to print on standard US Letter sized paper). Share your projects with us online at #thesecretrhinosociety and happy crafting!
If You Pre-Order Can I Play Too?
by March 30th,
I’ll send you a swag pack including:
(NOTE: These will only be available while supplies last. The first 200 people to pre-order will receive both bookplate, stickers, and drawing. After that, just automatic submission for the larger prizes will be available. Pre-Order soon to increase your chances !)
In addition to the swag-pack, 5 runner-up winners
ONE GRAND-PRIZE winner
will receive :
1. Preorder Can I Play Too? by 11:00 PM EST on March 30th (anywhere books are sold. Indie Booksellers, Target, Barnes and Noble, Amazon, etc)
2. Email your proof of purchase to email@example.com with heading “pre-order giveaway”. Just an iphone shot of your physical or digital receipt is all that’s needed, and cross out any private information you don’t want seen.
3. Fill out the form below. Lastly, there’s no limit to how many times you can enter. If you buy three copies of Can I Play Too?, you can make note of that in the form below and you’ll receive THREE swag packs.
CLICK HERE FOR GIVEAWAY FORM
I had the honor of being interviewed by author/advocate Sally J Pla from A Novel Mind yesterday. We talked back and forth about sensory processing, writing for neurodiverse kids, and all things Little Senses books. Go check it out and let me know what you think! Plus A Novel Mind is giving away two Little Senses books as well ....hooray! A Novel Mind is an absolutely amazing platform that features blog posts from parents, educators, mental health professionals and authors. They also provide an invaluable resource list and searchable database for hundreds of books that touch on neurodiversity and mental health issuest.co/KX3HYA2Rpw?amp=1
I was so thrilled to have been interviewed at the end of 2019 by the incredible Debbie Reber
of the Tilt Parenting Podcast. We talked about the creation of the Little Senses Book series,
my journey in life as both an aspie and picture book author/illustrator, and my all too important 1980's obsession with Daryl Hall and John Oates ;). That alone should pique your interest....
click on the image below and have a listen!