Reader Views Kids and the Barefoot Librarian unveil a new service for Picture Book Authors with a unique opportunity to create a buzz about their books.
Feb. 4, 2019 / PRZen
/ AUSTIN, Texas -- Reader Views Kids
is teaming up with the Barefoot Librarian
to create a new opportunity for picture book authors. Featuring an extensive array of publicity services, the Librarian Picture Book Publicity Package
provides picture book authors with an experienced book review from a librarian and maximizes exposure on social networks through targeted postings, advertising, interviews and features to create a buzz for two target audiences: kids and libraries. This new service premieres February 4, 2019.
When interviewed about the collaboration, Susan Violante, co-Managing Editor of Reader Views said, "Reader Views Kids was founded to offer reviews by kids for kids, as they are the real audience for children's books. But librarians are also an important source, as they pick the books for their library audience. The Barefoot Librarian is the perfect fit for our reading family." Co-Managing Editor, Sheri Hoyte added, "It's long overdue that we teamed up with a librarian and we're excited to be working with Eve Panzer, the Barefoot Librarian she brings a special talent to the table."
Eve Panzer, owner of the Barefoot Librarian, is thrilled about joining forces with Reader Views Kids. She said, "This is the perfect pairing! Susan and Sheri bring their vast experience of marketing and publicity, and a large community of followers to the partnership. I bring my prospective as a children's librarian and my networking channels in the library and educational worlds. Our author clients will truly get a unique and powerful package."About Reader Views Kids:
Reader Views Kids l
aunched at the end of 2007 as part of Reader Views to fill a need of having children's books reviewed by kids instead of adults. Reader Views Kids consists of a group of kids ranging from 3-18 years of age. The mission of these bookworms is to read and give their honest opinion on age-appropriate books. The younger kids do the reviews with help of their parents, the older ones are seasoned readers in their own right and write their own reviews.About the Barefoot Librarian:
is the Barefoot Librarian,
an experienced school librarian for kindergarten through eighth grade schools with passion for working with educators in their selection of the best of children's literature. Holding a Masters of Library Science Degree from the University of Texas at Austin, Eve has been a professional in children's literature since 1999, helping educators to select relevant books that are meaningful to their students.
More information can be found at www.readerviewskids.com
or by contacting Reader Views firstname.lastname@example.org
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