Today, since it’s the day before Thanksgiving and I’m sure lots of you have families and cooking and visitors and traveling to attend to, I’m going to do my best to be brief.
Yes, I heard myself 🙂 But seriously. I’m going to try 🙂
It wouldn’t be Would You Read It Wednesday without Something Chocolate, would it? So how about this?
|I think these are easier to make than last week’s. Go check out the blog at
http://www.theidearoom.net/2009/11/oreo-cookie-turkeys.html – recipe
I decided last week’s turkeys might be a little complicated. At least for me since I do all my cooking in a toaster oven 🙂 This looks a lot more straight forward… cookies and candy stuck together 🙂
Now that we’re happily snacking, let’s move right on to today’s pitch (without any entertaining anecdotes or silly banter because just look how brief I’m being!) which comes to us from Lyla. Lyla is an artist and creative writer. The Good Morning Book was written just as much for the parents as for the child, it’s a gentle reminder to find the beauty in every day life and to be grateful for all of life’s marvelous wonders. She also owns an Etsy store called “Personalize Love” which features hand stamped jewelry and book marks.
Here is her pitch:
Working Title: The Good Morning Book
Age/Genre: Picture Book (ages 0-4)
The Pitch: Start your day exploring the wonders of this world with The Good Morning Book. This book will inspire young ones and adults to take time out of every morning to appreciate all of the things that make life special. An easy read with rhythmic flow, children of all ages will enjoy.
So what do you think? Would You Read It? YES, MAYBE or NO?
Lyla is looking forward to your thoughts on her pitch! I am looking forward to celebrating Thanksgiving with my family – I have so very much to be thankful for, including all of you! And I’m looking forward to the Linda Ashman Rhyme Clinic which will take place here on Monday! It promises to be AMAZING!
(And I’m just a little alarmed by how short this post is… I wonder if I really wrote it? Maybe I’ve been taken over by aliens… or turkeys…GOBBLE GOBBLE)
HAPPY THANKSGIVING, Everyone! I hope you all have a wonderful day tomorrow, surrounded by family and with plenty of happinesses to feel thankful for! (And for those of you who don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, have a very happy most excellent Thursday!!!) And also a very Happy Hanukkah to those who are celebrating! 🙂
P.S. Please remember, no PPBF post here on Friday… Family time 🙂