Campaigns, Romi Sharp

A Week Full of Meaning with Marg Gibbs and Jasper’s Jumbled up Words

#jaspersjumbledupwords #bookcampaign #booksontourpr

Speech and language skills are necessary to support children’s ability to communicate, and to express and understand feelings. The use of language is vital in the development of literacy, as well as the forming of meaningful relationships and interactions with the people and world around them. Marg Gibbs has beautifully incorporated these understandings in to her latest picture book, Jasper’s Jumbled up Words, in a charming, playful and hopeful way. Haven’t we all had fun learning and speaking with Marg this week?!

To add to the value this past week, we thank the following co-hosts for their generous contributions to our campaign…

Just Write For Kids Australia

Gemma Patience @mypicturebookheart

Melissa Gijsbers @ Read For Fun

Megan Higginson

Norah Colvin @ readilearn

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The Jasper’s Jumbled up Words #BookGiveaway is STILL OPEN! But not for long!

Our entrants have been very VOCAL so far with participating in the #JaspersJumbledupWords #BookGiveaway. Thank you to those who have entered, for others, there is still a bit of time. Hurry!

Special thanks to M J Gibbs for providing the prize for our promotion.

Enter at the link here! Good luck!

Closing midnight AEST Sunday August 2 2020.

And to catch up on the entire book campaign, click on the images below or visit the archive page @OnTourWithMargGibbsandJaspersJumbledupWords

Celebrating the release of the encouraging and heart-warming picture book, Jasper’s Jumbled up Words, by Marg Gibbs and Emma Stuart, published by M J Gibbs.

Marg Gibbs: website |shop listing | author profile listing | facebook | twitter | Instagram

 

Focus on Language Marg Gibbs

 

PLUS! Special Co-hosts…

Gemma Patience @mypicturebookheart

 

Melissa Gijsbers @ Read For Fun

 

Megan Higginson’s Blog

 

Norah Colvin @ readilearn

 

#thanksfortouringwithus

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