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Re: Mystery Recommendations for Young Readers (Children, Young Adult, any age)

 


GioPago wrote:

Thanks for creating this blog. I was wondering where to post my book that is geared towards young children... I was even wondering if parents even bought eBooks for children under twelve.  This forum and even the other forums that are dedicated to becoming Kids Nook, was very helpful and encouraging.  Thanks again. :smileyhappy:


I think people do get Nooks for kids, but probably not as much as for adults. It would be a good test of how sturdy they are!

 

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Re: Mystery Recommendations for Young Readers (Children, Young Adult, any age)

Snoops, Clues and Boos   

 

 

has made Walmart's 'Get On The Shelf' contest. 

 

View the video on Walmart and vote for it March 7th

 

http://www.getontheshelf.com/product/1736/Snoops,-Clues-&-Boos: