Solving your holiday problems
Okay, that might be over-promising a bit, but Strong Arm Press is out with our first children’s book, and it’s really, really good, according to my children. It’s called “I Can Change Everything,” and it cleverly begins by getting kids laughing with one of the opening lines (“I can change my underwear”) and moves from there to other things kids can change. One of my 5-year-old twins, Virginia, practically memorized it (she can’t read yet) because she loves it so much. I took a video of her “reading” it to her little brother George, and her performance is much better than my camera work. You can watch that here.
For the holidays, we have a bundled offer: For a $50 contribution to Strong Arm Press, you get a signed copy of “We’ve Got People” (my own book) and also a signed copy of “I Can Change Everything,” written by Stephanie Taylor and illustrated by Laura Brenlla.
(The $50 covers the cost of the two books, shipping, and the time to sign them. What’s left on top of that will be put toward publishing future books by progressive authors.)
For readers of this newsletter, if you want “We’ve Got People” inscribed to you or someone you’re gifting it to, email me and let me know what you want me to write. (You can reply here, but those replies sometimes get buried and I miss them, so send me a separate note at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
We’ve Got People got a cool review recently in The Indypendent.
You can get the combo of I Can Change Everything and We’ve Got People here.