The Importance of Teaching Students about Totalitarian Ideologies by Jason K. Foster

#hadamarthehouseofshudders #bookcampaign #booksontourpr Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana In writing Hadamar I wanted students to think about the importance of their own education. I wanted to highlight both the importance of children to a society but equally how a totalitarian society will attempt to indoctrinate its READ MORE

When Little Worries are Big – for little people by Sonia Bestulic

#kissesinyourheart #blogtour #booksontourpr #day4 A small worry for a child can manifest itself in almost unbearable ways. Expert children’s specialist, Sonia Bestulic, explains how her latest picture book, Kisses in Your Heart, can be used as a tool to help children manage their social and emotional skills. I have worked with hundreds of children and READ MORE

The Inspiration for the Eco Rangers Series by Candice Lemon-Scott

It’s a pleasure to invite Candice Lemon-Scott back, and to be invited back to celebrate her #EcoRangers blog tour! Today Candice allows us in on her very own brush with danger during an early wildlife encounter, and how this experience informed her writing of the exciting series. Thanks, Candice! 🙂  For me, stories usually come READ MORE

Stepping Up: Karen Tyrrell on Why She Had to Write Great Barrier Reef Rescue

#greatbarrierreefrescue #blogtour #booksontourpr #day3 We are thrilled to have Karen Tyrrell share a little about her Song Bird Superhero series and what made her so passionate about empowering young people, girls in particular, to be strong, self-confident and stand up for their beliefs. Her interests in science, environmental sustainability and conservation are also admirable. Read READ MORE

Add Questions to Your Writer Tool Kit by Teena Raffa-Mulligan

#WhoDressesGod? #blogtour #booksontour #day4 I love how Teena Raffa-Mulligan takes inspiration from the curious perspective of a child, and uses this knowledge to formulate her own questions as an essential part of her writer tool kit. You’ll want to follow in pursuit! Here’s how… My picture book Who Dresses God? was inspired by that question READ MORE

Cheeky Child Evades Arrest Once Again!

#MaxBooth #StampSafari #blogtour #booksontour #day5         CHEEKY CHILD EVADES ARREST ONCE AGAIN! 6 February 2424 Bluggsville is on high alert this evening after the arrest and re-escape of notoriously cheeky street urchin and suspected thief, Max Booth. Booth, 11, has been on the run since 2422, when he escaped the Skyburb 7 READ MORE

Elizabeth Mary Cummings on a Journey

#theforeverkid #blogtour #booksontour #day4 AUTHOR JOURNEY by Elizabeth Mary Cummings How did she get to this point? What experiences led her to authorship? What discoveries did she make that inspired her journey? Follow Elizabeth’s story in this in-depth reflection on how becoming an author, teacher, psychologist and presenter all culminated to achieve her clear path READ MORE

Saving the Future of Our Environment is Not an Inconvenience by Anne Donnelly

#OrisCleanUp #BlogTour #BooksOnTour #Day4 You’ll be alarmed at the facts, just like Anne was, of the amount of plastic disposal littering our oceans and harming the wildlife. Today, Anne shares her findings, and the good reason behind why Ori’s Clean-Up was inspired. I wrote my new book Ori’s Clean-Up, because the environment is important to READ MORE

Finding the Real Kate Simpson – Engineer to Author

#FindingGranny #blogtour #BooksOnTour #Day4 Was she always a writer in disguise? Or did the creativity spill out of her at just the right moment? Read Kate’s intriguing article on how she found herself as a writer in the midst of microbiology. As a child, it never occurred to me to become an author. To start READ MORE

Who Gets to Decide if Something is Offensive? by Carolyn Denman

#TheSentinelsOfEden #BlogTour #BooksOnTour #Day4 Guest Post by Carolyn Denman Who gets to decide if something is offensive? No matter what genre you write in, or readership you write for, at some point you will write something that upsets someone. No matter how careful you are. Let’s face it, even if you were to get Barack READ MORE