Sunday, April 26, 2015

BLOG TOUR and GIVEAWAY: Go, Pea, Go by Joe Moshier


ABOUT THE BOOK

Pea Junior has to go, go, go, go! The end feels so far away, but with his family and friends cheering him on, Pea knows he can make it and go number one!

A potty chart, a sheet of stickers, and the lyrics and music notation for the "Go, Pea, Go!" song are included to make an easy, all-in-one, go-to book for parents to help ease the pressure of the race to the Pea Bowl.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR

Joe Moshier is a character design artist who has worked on such films as Bolt, Hercules, Chicken Little, The hunchback of Notre Dame, and Rise of the Guardians.  He attended California Institute of the Arts and lives in Los Angeles, CA, with his family.

Chris Sonnenburg has worked in development, direction, and as an artist at a variety of animation studios. He attended California Institutde of the Arts and lives in Valencia, CA.

REVIEW

Go, Pea, Go is specifically designed for use with young children who are being potty trained.  I found it a cute way to encourage children to keep trying to use the toilet. Pea has to go and with the help of family and friends he succeeds in making it despite all the distractions and possible disasters he faces along the way. The included chart and stickers could for the right child be a fun tool to help children learn to to go potty when they need to.  A fun resource for the right child.

CONTEST
 

This contest will run from 4/22 to 5/4 @ 12 AM EST. We will give away ONE prize pack that includes a pea plush, pea beach ball, pea tote bag, pea hair clips, stickers, and a copy of the book. THREE people will win a pack including a pea beach ball, pea postcards, stickers, and a copy of the book. FIVE runners up will receive a copy of the book and stickers. Winners will be contacted by email and must notify us within 48 hours of the notification email with address and acceptance. Please note that winners can be from the US only.

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BLOG TOUR SCHEDULE

GO, PEA, GO!
By Joe Moshier and Chris Sonnenburg
Blog Tour Schedule

 

3 comments:

  1. Working too many hours prevents me from doing things I want to around the house.

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  2. Demands that I have to fulfil. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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