Had an amazing time with the Panther Class last week. Ms. Roberts is doing an amazing job with these fun loving kiddos. Thanks for having me Kiddie Kollege Christian Center.
This morning I awoke to an email from PrintNinja stating their corporate office received a production sample of Come Plant a Seed. They were so pleased with the quality they sent me pictures and are mailing me an early sample! This has been a great working experience with PrintNinja and I can’t wait to do it again.
Come Plant a Seed has left the building! I just got this email today saying the book has left the factory and is making its way to the U.S. If you would like it to make its way to your home pre-order now at radicleroots.storenvy.com
So here is the question: Now that the Come Plant a Seed has been ordered, what’s the first thing you do? Answer: PARTY!
Right now I am planning the book launch event for Come Plant a Seed. I would like to celebrate by doing a book reading and signing, doing an IWJ activity with the kiddos that attend, and mingling with YOU. This launch party won’t be until May which is clearly a ways out so I am still working on all the details. The first thing that has been finalized is the Launch party will be hosted by Behnke Nuseries Garden Center in Beltsville, Maryland. I am so excited to partner with such a respected nursery with a great history. If you have not been there please check them out. They have a knowledgeable friendly staff and great products. Check them out at www.behnkes.com
I am so excited to announce that Come Plant a Seed will be available this May. It’s nice to have an eBook, it go everywhere you go, but nothing compares to a physical book in your hand. I am using Print Ninja which is a press company that has a wonderful reputation especially in the picture book industry. I have been very impressed with their customer service to date. They have responded to my email quickly and have been ridiculously friendly and helpful. I feel very confident that Come Plant a Seed with be a high quality book worthy to be displayed on your child’s book shelf.