Monday, May 2, 2011

Max’s Pawsitively Exciting Blog Tour

Welcome to day 34 of Max’s Pawsitively Exciting Children's Book Blog Tour!  If you are hearing about this children's book tour for the first time, let me tell you more about it.

Maximus, a.k.a "Max," is an English Labrador who shares stories about his real life experiences from his point of view so children can relate too. 

He is an award winning children's book author who is dedicated to helping children manage similar experiences in their lives.

Max has written two books.  The first is called Dogs Move Too.  In this book he just found out his father lost his job and they have to move.  He shares his moving adventure with you. 

His second, and most recent book is called Dogs Work Too.  Here he learns what it’s like to be a leader dog for the blind.

Proceeds from his books go to Leader Dogs for the Blind, an organization that provides dogs to those that are blind or visually impaired.

Both books are available in Brail, Large Print, Daisy Audio, and Ebook format through Read How You Want.

WIN a $50 Visa Gift Card

Win a $50 Visa Gift Card for following each of the tour blog stops.  Each day a different blog will post a "MAX" Word of the Day.  Collect all of the "Max" words and at the end of the Book Blog Tour be the first two people to post it on: Read With Max Blog Site. Winners will have to correctly write the entire sentence to qualify to win.  You can find the list of blogs here: Blog Tour.  GOOD LUCK!

Max's Word of the Day for stop #34 is....With

You can find out more about Max and his books on Twitter and/or Facebook!

Disclosure: I have received no compensation from this post and all opinions and experiences within this review are my own.



Maximus, a.k.a "Max"

Max here! Thank you for hosting my book blog tour. Even though its taken me a little while to come to your site, I am so excited to be here.

I know I have many followers who are involved in home school and I think this site would be great for them. Actually, I have also experienced home school as well my friends at Leader Dogs for the Blind. Dogs have to be trained at home before going to work.

Speaking of dogs, let me share some interesting facts for you to know today. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the smallest dog on record was a Yorkshire Terrier in Great Britain, who weighed just 4 ounces.

The longest lived dog, according to the Guinnes Book of World Records, was an Australian Cattle Dog named Bluey, who lived to be 29.

In the original 101 Dalmations movie, Pongo has 72 spots and Perdita has 68 while the puppies had 32 each.

The Taco Bell dog is actually a female Chihuahua named Gidget.

I hope you enjoyed this. There is so much to read in book. Now, I hope you read about my adventures about Leader Dogs.

I plan on being around today to answer any question you many have. Feel free to leave comments and I will respond. Thank again for visiting.

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