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My Pancakes Taste Different Today’s Blog Tour is Ready to be Served!

POSTED BY prbythebook ON October 11, 2016

Join us as we kick off the blog tour for My Pancakes Taste Different Today! Follow along October 10th through the 14th as blogs like Outnumbered 3 to 1, A Day in Motherhood, Parenting Healthy, and more host giveaways, excerpts, and interviews with co-authors Heather and Bruce Galpert.

Follow our Twitter, @PRbytheBook, to stay up to date throughout the tour! Keep up by following our official hashtag, #ThePancakesBook. Be sure to follow My Pancakes Taste Different Today! on Facebook.

About the Book

pancakecover-copy-1-220x264Before going fishing one day, Ethan eats his favorite breakfast—pancakes. As his mom explains how his pancakes are made with help from the sun, clouds, rain, animals, and farmers, Ethan sees the world in a new way.

While playing outside, Ethan decides to create a big splash by throwing a can in the lake and accidentally contaminates the environment. Time passes and one day Ethan notices that his pancakes taste different. Realizing his decision to make a big splash caused a problem which affected his food, Ethan en
lists the help of his friends to correct his mistake.

Do Ethan and his friends fix the taste of the pancakes? What do they learn in the process?

About the Authors

galpertHeather and Bruce Galpert are a husband and wife team. Heather is a graduate of Evergreen State College and has worked professionally in events and fundraising for nonprofit organizations including the Museum of New Mexico Foundation, The Santa Fe Community Foundation, and The Santa Fe Botanical Garden. Bruce attended the University of Dallas, has worked as an investment advisor for 32 years, and believes the best investment to be made is investing in children. Together, they enjoy spending time with their grandchildren, traveling, tennis, golf, and cooking. They live in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Kicking Off The Aloha Shirt Book Tour

POSTED BY prbythebook ON April 18, 2016
Kicking Off The Aloha Shirt Book Tour

We are pleased to announce the kickoff of the Aloha Shirt Book Tour starting today, April 19 in NYC! Author Dale Hope will be traveling to eight cities on the tour between April 19th and May 6th. Join the Aloha Shirt Club on Facebook to keep up with the tour! About the book Are Hawaiian […]

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“The Fisherman’s Son” Film and Book Tour Launch

POSTED BY prbythebook ON April 10, 2015
“The Fisherman’s Son” Film and Book Tour Launch

By Alessandra Wike, Assistant Publicist @AlessandraWike We are pleased to announce the kickoff of The Fisherman’s Son film and book tour! Patagonia will be traveling to eleven cities to promote the film and book project centering around famous surfer, Ramón Navarro. For detailed information about the tour and participating cities visit http://www.patagonia.com/us/the-new-localism/punta-de-lobos. About the Book […]

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All Mascara Is Not Created Equal Blog Tour, March 23-27; #WomenGetRealBlogTour

POSTED BY prbythebook ON March 23, 2015
All Mascara Is Not Created Equal Blog Tour, March 23-27; #WomenGetRealBlogTour

By: Ashley Lauretta, Publicist @AshleyLitPub We are pleased to announce the kickoff of the All Mascara Is Not Created Equal Blog Tour! From March 23 to 27, over 40 blogs from across the nation will feature Jessica Landmon’s first book, All Mascara Is Not Created Equal.

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What We’re Reading: Pop-Up Peekaboo! (and more)

POSTED BY prbythebook ON December 5, 2014
What We’re Reading: Pop-Up Peekaboo! (and more)

by Stephanie Ridge, @stephanieridge The crazy (lack-of) sleep patterns of new parenthood can be harsh on the reading habit. When I was asked to write a “What I’m Reading” post today, I had no choice but to hit up my child’s bookshelf. For the first time, I’m on the other (non-professional) side of children’s literature, experiencing it through my own child’s eyes. So in lieu of […]

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