It’s Day 26 of Picture Book Idea Month (PiBoIdMo). Coordinated by Tara Lazar, this annual event asks writers to set a goal of coming up with 30 picture book ideas during the 30 days of November.
PICTURE BOOK IDEA #26: I’ve been trying to wrap my brain around an idea that would combine my love of cross-stitch with a book for kids. I still haven’t figured it out yet, but I wondered if a book about a girl who likes to cross-stitch would be marketable. I learned from my grandmother when I was young. My girls enjoy needlepoint, even though it’s still challenging for them. Maybe Susie likes to cross-stitch every day at recess or something. The kids giggle at her. The teachers keep pushing her to run around and play. Then at the end, they see she has created a beautiful picture. What do you think?
My friend April at Cafe of Dreams is giving you the chance to win a copy of Double Eagle by Sneed Collard III.
April reviewed Double Eagle at her blog last week, saying:
“I truly feel that Double Eagle is a story that even the most hesitant and picky of reader will dive into and love. Though Double Eagle is the first work by this author that I have read, I am incredibly anxious to read more!”
She rated the book a 5 out of 5, which I can tell you is a rare thing; so the book must be superb.
The suggested age range for this one is 9 – 12. You can read April’s entire review here.
You’ll also find a link to the review in this interview that April performed with Sneed Collard. Your giveaway opportunity is listed in this interview.
The contest is open to U.S. residents only and will remain open until midnight on March 15th.
Don’t miss your chance to win a copy of Double Eagle by Sneed Collard III. Stop by Cafe of Dreams today!