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Your site popped up when I did a search about getting children “unplugged” while doing some publicity for my newest children’s book with Farrar Straus & Giroux (yes, authors have to do their own publicity these days, and it’s all online). Because of your interest in getting kids unplugged, I thought you might like to take a look at “Too Much Flapdoodle” (http://us.macmillan.com/toomuchflapdodle). It’s a chapter book, aimed at 7-12 year-olds, about a boy who is completely “plugged in” until he has to go spend the summer on the farm of his eccentric Great Aunt and Great Uncle. If you’d like more information, or possibly a review copy, just let me know.I’d love it if you could consider it for recommendation, if you have a way to do it on your web site.Sincerely Amy MacDonald10 Winslow Rd., Falmouth, ME 0410www.AmyMacDonald.com“Too Much Flapdoodle” is a “read aloud treat” (Kirkus). In stores now.Aunt MAttie and Uncle Philbert now have a web siteof their own! http://www.mattieandphilbert.com/
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