Posted by: nancyisanders | July 14, 2020

The Very Oldest Pear Tree Book Launch!

Hi friend! I’m so excited to share the word about my upcoming newest children’s book. THE VERY OLDEST PEAR TREE is the amazing true story of the very first pear tree ever planted in America and it’s still alive today!!!!!

It’s due to be published on August 1, 2020 and I was wondering if you would like to help me get it launched into the world.

If so, could you please visit my book on Amazon and add it to your wishlist? CLICK HERE to see my book on Amazon.

And if you have an account on Goodreads, it really helps give the title a boost if you add it to your To-Read shelf.

CLICK HERE to see my book on Goodreads and add it to your WANT-TO-READ shelf.

If you know of any teachers, librarians, homeschooling mamas or folks who love nonfiction picture books, please feel free to share this post with them and help spread the news.

Thanks so much. This really means a lot to me, especially with everything going on in the world today and how difficult it is to launch a new book for kids!


Responses

  1. Nancy, congrats on this new book. What a great story. I’m anxious to read it. Yes, I’m happy to put this on my wishlist and share this with librarian friends. Good luck!!

    • Thanks for your support and your kind words!

  2. Done! Looking forward to its release…and CONGRATULATIONS!

  3. I just requested it for purchase at my local library. Looks like a wonderful story, and I can’t wait to read it!

    • Thanks so much for your support! And for ordering it at your local library!

  4. Congratulations on your new book, Nancy! I just went and did the two things you requested. You might want to mention to people next time where to find the ‘wishlist’ on Amazon. I’ve never had such a list so was a little lost. It’s no longer titled ‘wishlist’ but instead is a button that says, ‘Add to List.’ I wasn’t sure at first if it was the right place. For others who might not know, it’s in the right-hand box, down below the Pre-order button. Best wishes to you, Nancy. It looks like a fun book!

    • Wow, Ev! Thanks so much. And this info is so helpful! Thanks!


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