Friday, April 13, 2012

Celebrate Earth Day With Pictures Part II

Welcome to award winning author Kathy Stemke’s book tour for
TROUBLE ON EARTH DAY!
Her charming picture book, which doubles as an activity book, teaches kids how to rethink, reuse and recycle our Earth’s precious resources.
Kathy’s book is available at a discounted price on her blog educationtipster: http://educationtipster.blogspot.com/ or on Amazon, B & N, and many other online book sites.
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With Earth Day approaching on April 22nd let’s celebrate our beautiful Earth by meditating on its majestic splendor. Take a look at the following five photos and let us know your favorite by commenting below.
1. earth 1.jpg   2.  earth 2.jpg   3. earth 3.jpg

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Kathy Stemke has published over one hundred articles in directories, magazines and on websites. She is a reviewer for Sylvan Dell Publishing and a former editor for The National Writing for Children Center. As a retired teacher, Kathy has several activities published with Gryphon House Publishing. Stemke is also part of the team at DKV Writing 4 U, a writing services company that includes ghostwriting, copywriting, editing, proofreading, critiquing, and resumes. http://www.dkvwriting4u.com
Award winning author, Kathy Stemke’s first children’s picture book, Moving Through All Seven Days, was published on Lulu. Her next two picture books, Sh, Sh, Sh Let the Baby Sleep, and Trouble on Earth Day were released in 2011. Both of these books have been awarded the Literary Classics Seal of Approval.
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Visit her book blog at http://shshshletthebabysleep.blogspot.com Kathy has several WIP: two picture books and a Young Adult Historical Novel.
Mrs.Stemke offers great teaching tips and children’s book reviews as well as a monthly newsletter titled, MOVEMENT AND RHYTHM, on her blog. http://educationtipster.blogspot.com
 

18 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

This sounds cool. We love to take care of the earth. I'm bummed - I have to miss the Earth Day celebrations here because of another commitment. I love the little festival and am so disappointed!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Connie, Thanks for coming to my blog. I hope you come back often. I post alot from our travels, from our hikes, from our garden, and of course my backyard birds...

Love Earth Day ---and remember when my oldest was in elementary school and his class planted a tree to celebrate our earth... That son now is almost 49 yrs. old--but he still does what he can to take care of our earth... Thanks be to God.

Please come back to my blog anytime and I'll return to yours.
Hugs,
Betsy

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

Kathy sounds like a gifted writer. Good luck with your book, Kathy

Nancy Stewart said...

This is a lovely post. I hosted Kathy earlier and received many comments about her talent and books.

Connie, your photos are gorgeous!

Thanks to you both.

anthony stemke said...

Great post here. Earth day is so important as a reminder to all about the importance of shepherding our natural resources in an ethical way.
Thank You for featuring Kathy's exceptional book.

kathy stemke said...

lisa, Betsy, Sharon, Nancy and Tony- Thanks for stopping by for my book tour. I'm glad to hear you all believe in conservation. Go Green!

Thanks for hosting me Connie!!

Margo Dill said...

For some reason, I cant see the photos? It just says jpeg photo 1, 2, and so on. What am I doing wrong? :)

Connie Arnold said...

Thank you all so much for stopping by! Kathy's book is a good way for children to learn about the importance of taking care of our earth. Keep up the good work, Kathy!

Sorry about the problem with photos, Margo. I don't know why they only show up for some people and not all!

Fairday Morrow said...

I love Earth Day! It is so important for kids and adults to be kinder to our planet. This book sounds like an excellent teaching tool. I am going to tell my co-author about it. She is a 5th grade teacher and she is in charge of Earth Day at her school. :)

Thanks for sharing! I am a new follower of your blog.

~Jess

Connie Arnold said...

Fairday, it is important for all people to learn to be kinder to our planet, and this book is a great teaching tool. Thank you for sharing about it and for following my blog!

Robyn Campbell said...

We're farmers, Connie. So taking care of the earth is very important to us. I just wish everyone felt this way. I'm sick and tired of seeing trash along the roadside. I can't see the photos. *grumble* But a hearty "way to go" to Kathy. I want to thank her from the bottom of my heart. :-)

Connie Arnold said...

Robyn, farmers are so important, and we all need to learn to take better care of the earth. I agree with you about the trash. Thanks for coming by and your comment!

Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook said...

Lovely post! Looks like a wonderful book!

The Belly Dancer said...

Your blog is very lovely. I'm following both now. Although I don't have children yet, I love kid's stories and have a few books of my own. Thank you so much for sharing, Have a great Friday.

Connie Arnold said...

Thanks for coming by, Carol and BD! Children's books are fun to run, and Trouble on Earth Day is also educational. Hope you'll come back again soon!

NixBlog said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and kindly leaving a comment. It's wonderful that you write children's books. Mor ethan ever we need to get our young people to read and learn to love to read...

Lydia Kang said...

Every day needs to be earth day! The book sounds wonderful, btw. :)

Connie Arnold said...

Nix, it was my pleasure to visit, and I enjoy writing children's books. It's so important to help children read and enjoy books!

Lydia, so true, every day should be earth day. It is a wonderful book!