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Lily's Egypt Adventure Virtual Book Tour Gets Underway

Cindy Tingley

Recently we released Lily's Egypt Adventure, the third in Cindy Tingley's first chapter book, children's bible story series, Lily the Donkey's Adventures. What a great time of year to be reflecting on the meaning of Christmas, as the story of the life of Jesus is told from the perspective of a feisty little donkey named Lily and a menagerie of animal friends, through their heart-talk.

In this book, Lily and The Holy Family depart Bethlehem in the dark of night to escape King Herod's Clutches. After crossing the desert, they arrive in Egypt and the adventure unfolds as new and old animal friends join the entourage and learn and share lessons of love, kindness, and forgiveness. 

Our virtual book tour is underway now and we invite you to join in, read and listen to the reviewers who have come on board, and like and follow their blogs and vlogs.

If you're a reviewer and would like to participate, please contact me at anne@ocpublishing.ca.

Here's the line-up for the tour:

The Author Journey - November 1 - Author Interview 

A Storybook World - launch promo

Dartmouth Book Exchange - Author Spotlight - November 21 - 27 

The IndieView - Author Interview - December 1

The Phantom Paragrapher - book review - December 10

Pages & Paws - book review - December 13

Lisa Haselton's Reviews & Interviews - author interview - December 21

Laura's Books & Blogs - guest post - December 23

Atlantic Book Reviews (Lana Shupe) - date TBD

Jennie Reads - book review - date TBD

Julia Picks - book review - date TBD

Links will be updated as posts go live so check back regularly! Learn more about the author and her books at www.ocpublishing.ca/cindy-tingley.html 

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