Friday, September 06, 2013

Coming soon: #SockKids Review & #Giveaway! Grab your #Free SockKids E-Book NOW!


I have been blessed with the opportunity to review the awesome SockKids book series, AND they were kind enough to offer a giveaway for my readers! And once I receive the products, and enjoy them with my daycare kiddos and grandchildren, then I will be able to post my review, and share the giveaway with everyone.

But, until then, RIGHT NOW, you can download "The SockKids Meet Lincoln" E-Book on Amazon if you are a Prime Member! This will be available from today, Friday Sept. 6th, thru Sunday Sept. 8th, 2013.


Where do the missing socks go?

Readers find out in our children’s series, The SockKids. We follow the Socker family through many adventures, from encountering the slobbery mouth of the family dog to meeting Santa as he comes down the chimney on Christmas Eve to helping a fireman save a baby to the most shy Socker going to the school dance for the first time.

Thanks to the time-travel opportunities afforded by the spin cycle of the washer, they even warm the feet of Abraham Lincoln as he gives the Gettysburg Address and George Washington as he crosses the Delaware.
Children and their parents will be drawn to the diversity of the family and the universal and timeless lessons they teach: don’t be afraid of new experiences;  treat others as you would like to be treated, and of course, beware of the spin cycle!

The SockKids – Helping Humans Cope in a Smelly World!

Now I would like you to meet the Socker Family:

BLEACH, the grandfather is a faded argyle sock who loves the warmth of the dryer. Wise with sayings, he’s constantly complaining how cold he is.
COLORS, the grandmother,  is a wide, wrinkly slouch sock. She loves to hug her grandkids and changes colors depending upon the mood of the human foot she’s on. She loves to sing and dance and often bothers Bleach to go dancing
RAINBOW, the Sock Kids’ mom, is a rainbow-colored toe sock.  She keeps life in the sock drawer organized.
PARCH, the Sock Kids’ father, is a gold-toe sock who loves nothing more than relaxing in the dryer after a hard day at work.  He’ll do anything to find rest and heat so he tries to hide in the corners of the dryer.
STRETCH is the oldest Sock Kid, A tube sock, he’s tall and athletic.  He spends a lot of time out of the drawer and playing games on the humans’ feet.
SUDSY, well, Sudsy likes to get into a little mischief now and then. Sometimes he slides down on human ankles or picks up bugs and puts them on human legs or rubs against the carpet and shocks people. He loves to collect fuzzies and make them into hats to wear. His favorite trick is still making people’s feet itch.
WOOLY is a dress sock. He’s kind of shy, a bit of a bookworm, and is sometimes afraid of new experiences.
RINSE love water, any kind of water. In fact, she loves Wash Day so much, she wears her swimming goggles all the time, just in case there’s a chance she can go for a swim in the washing machine.
SUNNI is the baby of the family. A little yellow bobby sock with brown freckles, Rainbow and the rest of the family sometimes coddle her because she’s so little. But watch out, when push comes to shove, Sunni can stand up for herself.
STITCHES was just adopted by the Socker family. Always on the run looking for new experiences, Rainbow and Static are always watching him so he doesn’t get into trouble.

I cannot wait to share the adventures with my family and daycare kids!  So, while you anxiously await my review and giveaway, head over to Amazon and grab your free download of "The SockKids Meet Lincoln" E-Book .

And if you would like to see more information, find out about the people involved in this amazing new series,  head over to The SockKids website .