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Comment by CBM Christian Book Marketing on March 20, 2017 at 8:40pm
Amy Crowe was born and raised in Alabama. She has had a passion for writing since she won her first writing contest at age 10. Her first book, Changed By a Catch, won the Literary Award of Excellence and she is currently working on her second book in that series.
Amy is very active in the lives of her three young children, who are also the inspiration for her stories. Writing is a way for Amy to use her imagination in a positive way to influence children and parents in their faith. Her characters speak directly to the reader and get the message across in an entertaining way. Kids can relate to her characters and see how the choices they make affect their lives. Amy wants her books to make reading fun for children so they are captivated and interested while learning a valuable lesson at the same time. 
Comment by CBM Christian Book Marketing on March 10, 2017 at 10:59am
Title: God’s Easter Miracles
By: Lee Ann Mancini
Illustrated by Dan Sharp
A CBM Book Review
10.0 out of 10.0 stars
God’s Easter Miracles by Lee Ann Mancini and illustrated by Dan Sharp offers little children the gift of Jesus and the miracle of Easter through a delightful and fun-filled story of life under the sea. With cute, bright and colorful pages, children learn about a school of fish, all different in shapes and sizes, that attend church to worship God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. There are Sea Horses, Manatees, a Puffer Fish named Melissa, and so much more for the eye to see. Life under the sea at Coralhood is a place where God, church, family and friends share community, as the author points out to the children that they are allspecial in God’s eyes.
Shedding light on the miracle of Easter and Jesus who gave His life to all by dying on the cross and resurrecting on Easter day give young children an understanding of how much they are loved personally by Jesus. Quoting the scripture verse, “Greater love has no one than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” John 15:13 (NIV), the author also presents several key life-lessons that children can relate to. Life lessons of being kind towards one another, praying for each other, asking Jesus to help you become like Him, help all the undersea children at the Sunday School learn how to care for one another in a godly way.
Filled with fun, children will always remember this book as it teaches the golden rule, to treat others as we would want to be treated and that giving is better than receiving. And most importantly the book teaches to little ones that Jesus gave the ultimate gift to us at Easter, His own life, so that we can have life and live in Heaven with Him. The author does an excellent job at explaining this on a kid’s level.
This is a wonderful and endearing Christian book that all parents and children alike will cherish. It would make a great gift to children in their Easter baskets. Children will also have fun finding the hidden Christian fish symbol (Ichthys) embedded in the pictures on select pages.
For more information about God’s Easter Miracles visit Lee Ann Mancini. You may get your copy of God’s Easter Miracles at GML Publishing.
Comment by CBM Christian Book Marketing on December 28, 2016 at 9:41am
Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars?
By: Rosa Purcell
A CBM Book Review
10.0 out of 10.0 stars
Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars? by Rosa Purcell shares an endearing story of a young field mouse named Stella. One night Stella looked up at the stars and she wondered to herself, who made all the beautiful and bright shiny stars? Her mother answers her young daughter with wisdom and kindness in a rhythmic poetry throughout the book that will keep little one’s attention. She explains that God made all the stars in the sky and that He created everything – all of Creation. This book is a great way to teach little one’s about God, Creation and to encourage little one’s that it is wonderful to “wonder” about God.
Written for the age bracket of 3 to 11, little children will come to understand that God made our world and everything we see. With colorful illustrations, little one’s will love Stella the field mouse who has many questions for her mother. Just the right length before bedtime, everyone will enjoy Stella’s pure innocence and natural born curiosity.
You may get your copy of Momma, Momma, Who Made the Stars? at Amazon and in Kindle. Visit the author at Rosa Purcell.~ A highly recommended read ~ CBM
Comment by CBM Christian Book Marketing on December 17, 2016 at 3:47pm

Perfect For Under The Christmas Tree.

Little Sister’s First Christmas
Bob Connally
ISBN #9781498478861
A CBM Book Review
10.0 out of 10.0 stars
Little Sister’s First Christmas by Bob Connally shares a short and endearing story from the perspective of TJ, Maria’s 7 year-old big brother. This year, it’s Maria’s first Christmas. TJ really wants to make sure his little sister has what she wants for Christmas. During a trip to the Mall and a visit with Santa, TJ decides that he must take charge for Maria (since she can’t talk) and write Santa a letter! Santa said that was fine as long as he sends the letter before Christmas Eve. 
Life was really busy after that with decorating, Christmas cooking and school plays, that he forgot.  All of the sudden Christmas Eve arrived.  TJ felt guilty and feels like his sister won’t even get a present for Christmas at all. He continues to worry and wonder what to do. He even has bad dreams about the way things could end up.
During the course of all this going on in TJ's mind, his parents are unaware of what TJ is experiencing and all of those feelings of guilt come out Christmas morning and TJ finds out that his fears were unfounded. Maria received many presents from Santa and all of their grandmas and grandpas. 
TJ draws a special picture for Maria of the yellow hippo that TJ believed Maria had wanted that he saw in the Mall. Hearing those first words, “Big Brubber” made all the difference as TJ learns the value of love. Love is special. It is to be cherished and on Christmas, the most important thing is to have love and unity in a family. 
This story encourages all to be a family, and to love one another deeply, to love Jesus, to enjoy going to church in a simple genre – through the heart and soul of an innocent 7-year-old boy named TJ.
A highly recommended read! - Order your copy of Little Sister’s First Christmas at Amazon, in Kindle or at Barnes and Noble.
Comment by CBM Christian Book Marketing on October 26, 2016 at 10:29am
Christian author, Amy B. Crowe, releases Changed By a Catch ~ What happens to an ordinary day when a young boy decides to do things his own way?  White dogs turn red, carpet is ruined, a briefcase is never going to be the same, and an eye looks like it ran into a big ink pad.  JJ is a young boy who faces some tough decisions.  What do you do if a stranger comes to your door? Do you obey your parents when they ask you to do something that doesn't seem important? Is it OK to give out information that could allow someone to get into your home? Do you have certain opinions about people because they may not be like you? JJ's parents have rules to teach him safety and help him avoid getting hurt, but he chooses to disobey. JJ learns a valuable lesson the hard way and realizes in the end never to underestimate anyone.  
This book makes a wonderful gift. Be sure to order extra copies for birthday party give-aways and the Christmas holiday season.
Get your copy of Changed By a Catch at Amazon, in Kindle at Barnes and Noble and other fine online bookstores.
Comment by Gary Val Tenuta on October 14, 2016 at 6:50pm

Join 11-year-old twins, Josh and Jenna, as the mysterious Sandman sends them on an adventure into the world of dreams where that which is, perhaps is not; and what is not just might be.

The Sandman promised them all kinds of fun. "The adventure of a lifetime," he told them. "Better than Disneyland," he told them. What he didn't tell them was that they are the key to fulfilling an ancient prophecy. The twins suddenly find themselves thrust into the adventure of a lifetime, alright. Just not quite the way they'd imagined.

In this fast paced tale, they come face to face with an assortment of bizarre creatures, encounter the strangest of strangers and hair-raising dangers on their quest to find the lost Dreamstone.

The Dreamstone must be found and returned to its proper place before it falls into the hands of D'rath Kahn, the Dark Lord of Nightmares. If the twins fail in their quest, then all of us––you, me, everyone––will suffer horrendous nightmares every sleeping moment of our lives… for the rest of our lives. Can they do it? Find out in .

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Comment by J. D. Holiday on September 14, 2014 at 3:43pm

A New Way to Add your Picture Book on Kindle, Plus Expand Your Reach with a Digital Audiobook on Amazon

Comment by J. D. Holiday on September 10, 2014 at 10:38am

I'm Looking for childrens authors with picture books to read their book on my shows, It's Story Time and Halo Kids Tales,faith stories. My shows are on Tuesdays at 1PM Est.
Guidelines for the shows are at.
You can email me at:

Comment by J. D. Holiday on February 21, 2013 at 12:51pm

Hi, I have a reading show for kids, Its Story Time on The World of Ink Network at Blog Talk Radio. We have a large audience and are Featured host at BTR right now. I'm 

looking for authors to come on the show and read their picture books.  Guide lines are on this link.



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