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MOTHER HEN'S BIN -- EDITOR -- LEA SCHIZAS
 

I Am Her Ears

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Writing a book is the first hard step for a writer; the next is the editing stage, followed by finding a publisher, moving on to getting reviews. And this is where I can help.
 
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 I Am Her Ears

By Jean Norman Peters

Photography by Mary Jane Archer

Gizmo Press

ISBN: 0-9749911-0-4

Genre: Children’s

 

 

To read my review of I Am Her Ears link to the cover.

For more information on Gizmo Press, link here.

 

Owning a pet has to be one of the best things a child or adult can experience. With it comes responsibility.

 

Now turn this around where pet needs to take care of its Master and you have the story of a most lovable and caring pet named Gizmo.

 

Jean Norman Peters does an excellent job revealing the true story of her encounter with Gizmo.

 

I highly recommend this book for parents to read alongside their children and discuss these amazing pets who have the capability to save people's lives.

 

Lea