Call for Bloggers: Hello, Bali World Book Tour

Hello, Bali: A Kids Yoga Island Adventure Book by Giselle Shardlow of Kids Yoga StoriesWe are so proud to announce the beginning of our new Multicultural Kids Product Promotion Services!  We’re kicking off with a world book tour of Hello, Bali: A Kids Yoga Island Adventure Book from Kids Yoga Stories.

How a World Book Tour Works

If you are an author or company with a multicultural children’s product

Our Multicultural Kids Product Promotion Services offer you the opportunity to put your book or product in front of a like-minded audience – all over the world!  The bloggers in our network are located on every continent and all focus on raising young world citizens.  Our combined audience can be your audience.  For more details, see our Multicultural Kids Product Promotion Services page.

If you are a blogger interested in promoting great multicultural children’s products

Help get the word out about great multicultural children’s products, plus each time you take part in a promotion, you will be entered to win a gift card, as a thank you!

This month we are promoting the book Hello Bali: A Kids Yoga Island Adventure Book by Giselle ShardlowSign up below to participate.  Once you receive your electronic copy of the book, you can review it on your blog, write a review on Amazon, and/or promote through social media.  Bonus entries in our giveaway for doing all three!

Information about this Hello, Bali yoga book

Book description:
Energize your body and mind with this yoga island adventure book. Say good day to the magical island of Bali through these energizing yoga poses for kids. Join one of the Yoga Kids, Anamika, as you surf like a surfer, dance like a Balinese dancer, and sit like a monkey. Included is a list of Kids Yoga Poses, Map of Bali, Basic Indonesian phrases, and a Parent-Teacher Guide with tips on creating a successful yoga experience.

Age group:
Toddlers, preschoolers ages two to five.

English or Spanish

What people are saying:
“I think the Hello, Bali book is a delightful way to connect geography, movement, and positive parent interactions. My daughter instantly began doing the poses as we read the book for the first time together and asked to find Bali on her globe. Then she sat with her little brother and worked on teaching him Indonesian. It is definitely our favorite Kids Yoga Stories book yet!
Amanda, The Educators’ Spin On It

“This is one of the most delightful books I have come across – Emily Gedzyk has done a wonderful job with the illustrations, which are colourful and appealing to children. As an EAL teacher I was thrilled by the fact that the book embraces multi-cultural issues. At the outset I wasn’t convinced about the yoga element, but as we read the book the value of this became apparent. With clear illustrations and instructions, the yoga poses are introduced through a delightful story – reading and exercise all in one! The repetition is great for young readers and those new to English. I particularly liked the bi-lingual greetings at the end of the book. I will definitely be using this in the classroom.”
Susanne P.

Sample pages:Sample pages from Hello, Bali yoga book by Kids Yoga Stories for our book tour

DEADLINE to complete your promotion: September 12, 2014Blog reviews can be from the past six months, but Amazon reviews and social media promotion should be from on or after August 12, 2014.

After you have completed your book tour promotion, come back here to enter our giveaway by entering the Rafflecopter below.  You could win one of five $10 gift cards!
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Thank you to Renee of Mother Daughter Book Reviews for her support and inspiration!

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Owner/Blogger at All Done Monkey
Leanna is a stay at home mother to three sweet, funny, rambunctious children. She draws inspiration from the Writings of the Bahá'í Faith and tries to raise her children in a fun, spiritual, loving environment. She and her husband, who is from Costa Rica, are raising their children to be bilingual and bicultural but more importantly to be "world citizens." Leanna blogs at All Done Monkey and is the founder of Multicultural Kid Blogs.

3 thoughts on “Call for Bloggers: Hello, Bali World Book Tour”

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  2. I just noticed the thank you at the bottom of your post. You are so sweet! The best part of this blogging journey has been meeting and getting to know folks from around the globe. I am particularly excited and grateful to be part of the Multicultural Kid Blogs community! Thanks so much for having me! 🙂

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