FREE Kindle book download for elementary school girls


I don’t have any girls, but I think this new book series looks interesting. The Kindle edition of Mystery of the Ballerina Ghost (Pack-n-Go Girls – Austria) (Volume 1) will be FREE for 5 days! Please see the e-mail below for details. Be sure to visit www.packngogirls.com too.

Teri

P.S. Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a Kindle device—with the FREE Kindle app for smartphones, tablets, and computers.

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Subject: FREE Kindle book download for elementary school girls
From: Janelle Diller

Hello,
I have a book coming out this week that’s targeted to seven- to nine-year-old girls. The book, Mystery of the Ballerina Ghost, is part of a new line of books by Pack~n~Go Girls. The line focuses on international travel and will include multiple series. Each series will be about an American girl who travels to another country and meets a girl her age. The vision is to get little girls to discover the larger world and teach them a bit about other countries along the way in much the same way that the American Girl and Magic Treehouse books get children to think about other places and times.

In order to get the word out about the new adventure book line, Pack~n~Go Girls is offering five FREE days to download the Kindle edition from Amazon. The free days are December 7-11. (The paperback book can also be purchased, but there’s no expectation for this.) We’re trying to get the word out to as many people as possible since the more the book is downloaded, the more visibility it will have.

If you’d like more information about Pack~n~Go Girls, check out our website: www.packngogirls.com. In addition to lots of fun links for learning German or yodeling, we have some great resources to extend the learning from the book. Check out the Teacher tab for downloadable lessons on vocabulary, writing, reading, science, and geography. It’s a FREE resource to use with the FREE download. We hope you take advantage of this offer!

Thanks for any help you can give us to get the word out.
Janelle Diller

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