A Sense of Wonder: Talking with Penny Macoun about The Christmas Door

#thechristmasdoor #bookcampaign #booksontourpr A Christmas poem borne from a love of this magical time of year and the inspiration from the classic, A Night Before Christmas, Penny Macoun (Gorkle, Rollo’s Wet Surprise) shares the joy and journey behind her latest picture book, The Christmas Door. Thank you so much, Penny! Congratulations on the release of READ MORE

A Festive Gift: WIN The Christmas Door!

#thechristmasdoor #bookcampaign #booksontourpr What is your Christmas / Holiday Season wish? The Christmas Door is a fun, bright and magical poem about the mysterious door in the floor on Christmas Eve. What kind of magic awaits? With beautiful themes of family, kindness and togetherness, this picture book by Penny Macoun and Paul Nash is also bursting READ MORE

#BookReview: Finding You by Robert Vescio and Hannah Sommerville

#BookReview: Finding You, Robert Vescio (author), Hannah Sommerville (illus.), New Frontier Publishing, August 2022. Blurb: When a boy and a dog meet, an unbreakable and life-changing bond is created. A touching and timely story about welcoming newcomers and those in need. Book Trailer: Created by Books On Tour PR & Marketing, with thanks to Robert READ MORE

#BookReview: The Mouse and the Egg by Michelle Worthington and Adyna Ferre

#thewindandthemouse #themousenandtheegg #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #BookReview The Wind and the Mouse (Book 1) and The Mouse and the Egg (Book 2), Michelle Worthington (author), Adyna Ferre (illus.), Daisy Lane Publishing, February 2021. Blurb: The Wind and the Mouse – Spring is here. Mouse wants things to stay the same. Can Wind show her all of the beautiful READ MORE

The Quick Six Interview with Jeremy Kalbstein on It’s Up to U!

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Jeremy Kalbstein! It’s a pleasure to welcome debut picture book author, Jeremy Kalbstein, to our blog, to discuss his important, relevant and engaging new title on cyber safety, It’s Up to U! This book has a deeply meaningful message that captures the raw emotions of sadness and isolation, experienced by the READ MORE

#BookReview: Max Booth Future Sleuth #5: Chip Blip by Cameron Macintosh and Dave Atze

#maxboothfuturesleuth #chipblip #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 #BookReview Max Booth Future Sleuth #5; Chip Blip, Cameron Macintosh (author), Dave Atze (illus.), Big Sky Publishing, July 2020.   Blurb: WHAT USE IS A CHIP THAT YOU CAN’T EAT? MAX IS ABOUT TO FIND OUT! Max and his robo-dog, Oscar, are baffled by the discovery of a tiny device READ MORE

The Quick Six Interview with Steve Heron on Ling Li’s Lantern

Welcome to #TheQuickSixInterview with Steve Heron! It’s a pleasure to welcome back author and children’s presenter, Steve Heron OAM to the blog, sharing his new picture book release that is full of beauty and wisdom, Ling Li’s Lantern; a book of compassion, challenge and true kindness. Thanks for being here, Steve! 🙂 About the Author READ MORE

Character Q&A with Edward from The Battle

#thebattle #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 What a delight to welcome the star of The Battle – Edward – to talk to us about his inner thoughts and feelings on ‘battling’ his fears, and he also gives some great tips for other ‘knights’ anticipating the school day. Thanks so much, Edward! Edward, it’s a pleasure to talk READ MORE

#BookGiveaway! Prepare to WIN The Battle!

#thebattle #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day2 Prepare to WIN ‘The Battle’! *BOOK GIVEAWAY COMPETITION NOW CLOSED* Do you have a young school-goer struggling with the challenge of preparing for the day? Does wearing a ‘suit of armour’ seem to be holding them back? In The Battle, young Edward faces the same anxieties, but with a little switch READ MORE

#BookReview: Carly Mills; A New World by Jane Smith

#CarlyMillsANewWorld #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #day3 #BookReview Carly Mills, Pioneer Girl: A New World, Jane Smith (author), Big Sky Publishing, May 2020. Blurb: I never can imagine that Almighty God sent females into the world to be cooks and housemaids all their days. Caroline Chisholm. Humanitarian, 1808 – 1877 It’s not easy coming to the city all READ MORE