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Kids Perk Up This Spring with Award-Winning Picture Book from SC Authors
Published:
4/3/2013 11:14:21 AM


 

Conway, SC  – Punxsutawney Phil may have predicted an early spring, but this recent stretch of unseasonably cold weather may make you wonder if the famed groundhog needs to brush up on his meteorology skills!



Forget waiting around for Mother Nature to melt the snow with warm breezes and spring sunshine. If the weather won’t cooperate, parents and teachers need to take matters into their own hands and motivate kids to shake off those winter blahs, get off the couch, and get outside for some fresh air and exercise. And with Earth Day right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to teach kids about respecting both their bodies and the planet!



Eartha, the title character in the award-winning children’s book Eartha Gets Well, can help. Eartha, the brainchild of authors Kristi and Dr. Daniel Falk, is a little girl who never exercised, didn’t like to eat vegetables, and was always sick. The book’s brightly illustrated pages chronicle the adventures of Eartha and her dog Cooper as they learn how a few simple lifestyle changes can help them and the Earth feel better. Eartha Gets Well teaches children that being healthy, happy, and earth-friendly is easy and fun to do.



The compelling storyline and healthy, environmentally-friendly themes of Eartha Gets Well have captured the attention of publishers and programs that recognize excellence in children’s books. This fall, the Falks accepted a Bronze Medal from Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards in the Health Issues Category. It’s the perfect book to help youngsters celebrate the much-anticipated arrival of the spring season!



Eartha Gets Well is available to purchase through BQB’s online store, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or your favorite bookstore. It is also available in eBook format through iTunes, Kobo, OverDrive, and other eBook distributers. For more information about Eartha Gets Well, please visit earthabooks.com/or bqbpublishing.com.

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