Hello & Welcome Readers ~ Merry Christmas & Holiday Season*
“Now if your needing some last minute gifts or holiday books to entertain the kids for the long holiday weekend? Then Award-Winning Author, James S Martinez of Helping Tales Publishers has you covered!”
Here is his brand new release titled, The Final Pet Stop: (Patches The Dog) ..
About The Book:
This book is for anyone who has ever loved and lost a pet. The Final Pet Stop explores the question: “Is there a place that all pets go on that final day?” Follow along with Patches the dog and his friends in this heartfelt and lyrical tale as they give us a glimpse into the wonderful place known as “The Final Pet Stop.”
The book is beautifully illustrated and has a sure way of reaching children going through a time of grief. This new work comes from the creators of Patches’ Awesome Day, Diamonds in the Ruff, The Most Incredible Journey: A Pibble’s Path and the award-winning The Dinosaur’s New Shoes.
James S. Martinez was born in December of 1963 on Ramey, AFB in Puerto Rico. He attended Kent State University and was awarded an MS in Biomedical Sciences in 2001.
He has been an avid reader and dedicated volunteer for many years and believes wholeheartedly that “One person can make a difference”. It’s with this belief in mind that he and co-founder Timothy T. Civick, created Helping Tales Publishers.
Just a few more books from James and Helping Tales!
Now when you purchase any of these adorable books? You are also “giving back” as James proceeds are donated to many animal rescue and many other fine organizations. Helping Tales understands there are many folks who want to make difference in our world but may not know how.
Here is a way to accomplish this goal when buying these fantastic books for your kids.
They not only entertain them, but help teach kids to read in a fun way and learn a little life lesson along the way! What more could you ask for?
So from James and Tim of Helping Tales, and from Lyon Book Promotions, “We Wish You All a Very Blessed and Merry Christmas!” . . .