Monday, December 10, 2012

Morris the Village Voice by Doris Rueger with giveaway



A village advertising column takes on human feelings and emotions in Doris Rueger's Morris the Village Voice children's picture book.  Some of the lessons taught in this book are knowing and loving oneself, speaking up for what one believes in, asking for help, working together, making a difference.  The illustrations are also drawn by Rueger they are a pencil picture.  Thanks to the author and Bostick Communications I have a copy of this book to giveaway. 


Morris the Village Voice by Doris Rueger brings timeless lessons and traditional values to children through the fictional story of an advertising column’s struggle to stand proud

In the center of a small village an advertising column that highlights all of the latest local attractions stands tall and proud. The personified column goes by Morris, and throughout Morris the Village Voice, he shares all the things he loves about being an advertising column. Children would race around him and get so excited whenever a new flyer for the circus was posted, while parents could turn to him for the latest in news and events.

But when the village’s advertising committee and mayor want to replace him with an update, glitzy billboard, Morris is heartbroken. Despite his pain, he asks two of his young visitors, Anna and Jason, for help. With the children, prayer and positive thinking on his side, Morris believes he has a great chance of standing in the middle of the village square for years to come.


Morris the Village Voice by Doris Rueger
ISBN: 978-1475296358
Publisher: CreateSpace
Date of publish: September 2012
Pages: 32
 S.R.P.: $9.13



Born and raised in Germany, Doris Rueger attended college in the United States and graduated with a master's degree in literature and journalism. After a thirty year career in the scientific community, she now pursues her love for literature by writing and illustrating children's books.   Rueger lives in Bellport, New York.  

Rueger used her grandchildren as a vehicle for writing Morris the Village Voice. Her love and admiration for them led her to create a story that she hopes will inspire and encourage their generation and many more to come.

 “I want to teach children the value of living, learning and loving themselves for who they are,” Rueger says. “If you believe in something strongly, you can make a difference!”  

She is a Winner of the Summer 2012 NABE Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for "Ella the Pink Elephant



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A copy of this book was provided by the author and Bostick Communications for the purpose of this review.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

bought a Christmas present for the angel tree

rubynreba said...

My granddaughter and I made Christmas boxes for Samaritans Purse and helped at church to get them ready to send.