This writing contest is based on a recently published book, Dare to Dream … Change the World. In this book thirty of our nation’s most prestigious poets focus their creative vision on people who not only changed their own lives, but the lives of people all over the world.
If you are interested in the possibility of becoming an Usborne Books & More consultant, please let me know! I’m happy to get together to discuss if it might be right for you. No pressure if it’s not, but if you think it may be something you would enjoy doing, let’s talk! If you are not in the Chicago area, let’s talk on the phone or Skype.
There are so many advantages to becoming a consultant whether you are looking to get out of the house for a few hours now and then, cut back on your hours at work to stay home more, save enough money to go on vacation, pay off debt, or build an amazing home library. The list goes on and on! I’d love to hear what is most intriguing to you!
If you have read an enjoyable or interesting Usborne or Kane Miller chapter book, I’d love to hear about it! What were your favorite parts or scenes? Who were your favorite characters and who were the ones you loved to hate?
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Have you read an Usborne or Kane Miller book and disliked it? Please feel free to share that as well. I would love to hear how you think it could have been better!
As always, feel free to let me know any ways I can serve you better. I look forward to hearing from you!
This week I am at a local jr high school putting on a book fair. Several kids didn’t have money to buy books, but greatly enjoyed looking through our selection. I have a period off at the moment. I am hoping that the book fair will sell enough for the librarian will be able to get all the books she wants and take the extra in cash. It’s so awesome to see these students excited about the books. After all, people who enjoy reading are usually more successful in life.