Book Blitz: Say Something Sammy, Say Something by L.J. McBayne

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41549869Title: Say Something Sammy, Say Something

Author: L.J. McBayne

Release Date: 26 September 2018

Summary:

A Beautifully Illustrated & Easy -To- Read Book For Kids To Teach Them Why They Must Always Communicate Their Concerns With Mom & Dad!

Meet Sammy, a happy kid who loves to talk, laugh, and play with his dog Spark! He is always vibrant , happy, and ever ready to smile. When he walks into his home looking very sad; his mom knows that something is terribly wrong.

Despite all her efforts to cheer him up and get him to share his troubles with her; Sammy remains silent, sad, and burst into tears.

Why is Sammy so upset? What has Sammy got on his mind? How can his mom and dad help him when they can’t discover what’s wrong because Sammy won’t speak?

By creating an illustrated story, and characters that your child can relate to, and using it as an example. This book instills the lesson of why sharing concerns, and problems with parents is very important.

Just click “Buy Now” and help your child learn a valuable lesson the easy way!

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Teaser ~

Everybody knew that Sammy was a happy kid. He liked to talk, laugh, and play with his dag Spark. So when Sammy came in the house looking sad, his mom knew something was wrong.

“What’s wrong Sammy?” asked his mom.

Sammy said nothing. He just sat there with his head down looking sad. His mom knew just the thing to cheer him up! She baked his favorite sugar cookies.

She put them in front of him and waited for him to respond. Sammy said nothing, and did not eat the cookies.

His mom said, “Say something Sammy, say something!” Sammy got up, and went to his room.

~ About Author ~

Author LJ MCBAYNE HeaderAuthor L.J McBayne apart from being an amazing human and a fun-loving grandmother is a responsible sergeant. Right now, she is serving people by working for Miami-Dade Police Department.

Author L.J. McBayne is a woman of strength, power and virtue. She is a woman who knows no boundaries. She doesn’t like restricting herself to just one chosen profession which has led her to try her luck in all domains of life: from being a real estate investor back in 2004 to being a children book writer whenever she had free time on her watch. If anyone was to describe Author L.J. McBayne in one line, they would say: “She loves life dearly!”

Author L.J. McBayne’s writing journey started when she was pregnant with her son D’von in 1994. Like all parents, she too wanted to be the best mother to her son and provide him with the best of everything she could but more specifically providing her son with the best education was a priority for her. It was her son whose laudable interest and voracious appetite for reading lead her to writing stories; and eventually, making her an amazing children book writer that she is today.

Her commendable attention to detail and her commitment to making D’von’s future as bright as she could started soon after she read an article stating that a child’s learning capacity get developed in their first years of life. At first it was just flash cards but soon she realized that it wasn’t working out for her son; because it hardly took her son anytime to become accustomed to words so then she started writing stories from the words that her son had learnt.

Few years later, she was blessed with grandchildren who reignited that passion in her. She started again, now for her grandchildren. This time around she is writing children stories that are in line with the trends and interests of children of new age. She is excited and so are we to make those stories available here.
We hope that our readers enjoy this amazing initiative and inculcate the habit of reading in new generation. It is important that we teach our children the right values from childhood so that they can grow up to become responsible citizens.

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