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HAVE YOU READ TO A CHILD TODAY? Here’s a new rhyming book with a great message and your chance to WIN AN AUTHOR SIGNED COPY to read with the little ones in your life or give as a gift. ~ Bette A. Stevens, http://www.4writersandreaders.com

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Welcome to the Spotlight of Sir Stan the Bogeyman.  I am rather partial to rhyming books, and this one is particularly good.   The rhyming is excellent and the story just right for children  –  not too scary,  but carrying just the right amount of intrigue to keep them sitting to attention.  
Plus,  there is a bonus  –  Enter the rafflecopter and you could win a signed paperback copy of Sir Stan the Bogeyman.
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Sir Stan the BogeymanBook Description:

Do dark places bother you?

The space under your bed…

The closet, door slightly ajar…

Do you believe in the Bogeyman?

Who is he?

Where did he come from?

What does he want?

Maybe he has a story to tell,

And we should listen.

 
Page excerpt from Sir Stan the Bogeymen by Stacie Morrell

Author Stacie Morrell

About Stacie:

Accomplishments: Started a used bookstore for the Friends of the Wilsonville Library, subject of Oregonian article, published in: Antiques and Collectibles Magazine, Bookman’s AB Magazine, Antique Trader…

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Comments on: "Book Tour and Spotlight: Sir Stan the Bogeyman by Stacie Morrell" (3)

  1. I love rhymes, especially in children’s stories, I think they engage the child more. Besides the child learns quicker with rhyme. IMHO.

  2. Thank you so much for the reblog, Bette. 🙂

  3. I agree completely, Laurie. I love rhymes and so do the kids. Rhyming books make language musical and magical for kids! And, aren’t we all kids at heart!

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