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Picture Book Program for Schools December 28, 2010

Posted by Ronica Stromberg in Uncategorized.
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My picture book chosen for the "Save Everything! (and the Picture Book)" program

Teachers, school media specialists. and students can win picture books and other cool prizes by taking part in a new reading program, “Save Everything! (and the Picture Book).” Author Bridget Heos organized the program, which starts January 2011 and runs through December 2011. Every month, Bridget will post ten book titles on her Web site, and teachers can choose which ones to read to their class or to have students read and review on their own. The picture books chosen each month follow the same theme. I’m honored that Bridget chose my picture book, The Time-for-bed Angel, for the December theme, “Save the Snow Angels!”

This program sounds like a fun, exciting way to get kids reading, writing, and learning! For a list of each month’s themes and to learn more about the program and how you or your local school might take part, visit Bridget’s Web site at http://www.savethepicturebook.blogspot.com

Happy reading!

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1. Bridget Heos - January 5, 2011

Thanks for mentioning the contest, Ronica–and for donating the Time-for-Bed Angel! We have lots of fun picture books to give away, so parents and teachers should send in those reviews.

2. Ronica Stromberg - January 5, 2011

No problem, Bridget. If I were a teacher, I’d probably take advantage of several of these themed readings.

One tip for parents and teachers reading aloud my book, “The Time-for-Bed Angel”: I always end the book by making the sound of Andrew snoring. Kids get a kick out of that.


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