Kicking Up a Storm with Elizabeth Mary Cummings and Rain Shaker

#rainshaker #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day1 It is with huge delight that we welcome back the passionate, award-winning, multi-published author, Elizabeth Mary Cummings for not one, but TWO more book campaigns with us! Elizabeth has previously promoted her fabulous titles, Brave and Strong All Day Long, and The Forever Kid through Books On Tour PR & Marketing. READ MORE

Not Too Far From My Back Door Art Therapy

#nottoofarfrommybackdoor #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day5 Drawing on the themes of mindfulness, mother nature and emotional development in Tania Louise Smith’s picture book, Not Too Far From My Back Door, today we will be focusing on expressing feelings through painting pictures of various landscapes. Children will be able to understand that art can be a therapeutic activity READ MORE

The Power of Emotion: Interview with Tania Louise Smith

#nottoofarfrommybackdoor #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 The strength of courage, the power of hope, and inspiration that emanates from the book, Not Too Far From My Back Door, aptly represents the nature of work, the dedication and passion that its author Tania Louise Smith upholds; a true and knowledgeable advocate for the emotional wellbeing of children near READ MORE

#BookReview: Not Too Far From My Back Door by Tania Louise Smith

#nottoofarfrommybackdoor #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day2 #BookReview Not Too Far From My Back Door, Tania Louise Smith (author), Archv Art (illus.), Tania Louise Smith Publishing, November 2019. Blurb: An empowering self discovery book for big and little feelings experienced by little and big people, heard through the voices of mother nature. Review: Melodic and expressive illustrations pair READ MORE

Not Too Far From My Back Door: A #BookGiveaway for Big and Little People

#nottoofarfrommybackdoor #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day2 A #BookGiveaway for Big and Little People! We are all currently experiencing drastic changes in our world, and this impact can be felt deeply by big and little people, alike. It’s important to be able to reflect, be mindful and open to our children’s feelings. Not Too Far From My Back READ MORE

Book review: The Goldfish Boy, by Lisa Thompson

The Goldfish Boy, Lisa Thompson, Scholastic, 2017 From the publisher: Matthew Corbin suffers from severe obsessive-compulsive disorder. He hasn’t been to school in weeks. His hands are cracked and bleeding from cleaning. He refuses to leave his bedroom. To pass the time, he observes his neighbours from his bedroom window, making mundane notes about their READ MORE

Author Tania Louise Smith on Nurturing Children’s Health

Tania Louise Smith has kindly shared this insightful piece with Just Write For Kids readers, discussing the challenging and seemingly escalating topic of mental health in children. As an author and social worker in child protection, Tania has written an empowering story incorporating coping strategies to deal with trauma and adversity; ‘Not Too Far From 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

Kellie Byrnes Discusses the Importance of Creativity in KidLit and in Life

#cloudconductor #blogtour #booksontour #day4 Following on from our interview yesterday, Kellie opens up even further with her personal story on how being creative saved her, and how her difficult experience links to her evocative book of strength and empowerment. You are truly an inspiration, Kellie! Xx As someone who has always been a total bookworm, READ MORE

On Cloud Nine with Kellie Byrnes

#cloudconductor #blogtour #booksontour #day3 Speaking with Kellie Byrnes is like being on cloud nine! But you don’t have to imagine what’s on her mind because she lays it all out here, sharing her inspirations, her personal understanding of the importance of mental health, and what it’s like to become an author. Thanks for being so READ MORE