“Hoppa’s Big Move” is about Hoppa’s first day of kindergarten where she learns that not everyone is the same and that some people may actually think she’s different, even weird. Hoppa leads readers on a journey to find friends, acceptance, and the understanding that the differences in race, religion, and life experiences are what make true friendships.
Saint-Pierre has been writing since she was young and wrote her first novel at age 10. She is co-author of the book, “Locked In.” “Hoppa’s Big Move” is the first in her collection of children’s books on cultural and social diversity.
All proceeds from the sale of “Hoppa’s Big Move” go to Culturatti Kids, a youth-based literary arts program providing books and other resources to schools who will be donating $4 from each book to the West Bloomfield school district. Between now and April 15, 2010, Culturatti Kids will also donate one copy of “Hoppa’s Big Move” for every copy purchased. To find out more about the “Help Get Hoppa Moving” Campaign, please check out Hoppa’s Blog at http://hoppasbigmove.blogspot.com.
To request a media kit or review copy of “Hoppa’s Big Move,” schedule an author visit, and for any other questions, please contact Amy Shropshire, Marketing Director for Culturatti Kids at email@example.com or +1 (888) 849-6070 ext. 3.
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