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Kid Crazy and the Kilowatt King Book #Giveaway

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Kid Crazy and the Kilowatt King

by: Claudio Sanchez

Can you say PLEASE? How many times have you had to say that to your children? This book is all about the power in those words.

Kid Crazy Carlson longs for adventure in the far-off and bustling City of Ever. His world changes when he meets a strange droid called Denunzio who warns Kid of the city’s grumpy Kilowatt King, a rude man who forces the citizens to sing for him. Despite the robot’s warning, Kid decides to make the voyage to the city and the two set sail in a car made of bread through beautiful and bizarre landscapes, passing extraordinary sights like candy bar men, robot travelers and dancing elephants, before finally reaching the city. When Kid eventually comes face to face with the rotten ruler, he decides it’s time someone teaches him a lesson in manners: the power of the word “please.”

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The illustrations are so much fun and my son thoroughly enjoyed the lesson and story in this book. He asked if he can donate this one to his classroom so other kids in his class can read it to so it went to his teacher to put out. You can find your copy at bookstores and retailers like Amazon.  Visit the book and Author page as well.

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The giveaway

1 lucky reader will win a copy of this book. Open to US and ends on 11/21. Good luck!

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I love that the book started as a rock opera idea and morphed into this!! How awesome!! I bet its fabulous and as a big advocate of the word “please” I know I will enjoy it as much as my son!

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I learned that “The idea for Kid Crazy actually started as a rock opera in the vein of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars,”

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I learned that this picture book is recommended for ages 3+. It’s 72 pages total! 🙂