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Friday, February 3, 2012

Cooper and Me Review & Giveaway


My son joined the Army last year and it has been very hard on my little girls to have him so far away. The new Cooper and Me and the Military book was great for reassuring them that they can stay close to him no matter where he is stationed.

Meet Trooper, Cooper’s best friend, and learn how he was adopted by Gracie and Joe and their parents, who both serve in the military. Find out how this family stays close despite being separated.

A must-read during patriotic holidays and for anyone with friends and family in the military, this book helps children know, that even when loved ones aren’t with us, they still love us and think about us. This book, along with all the other books in the Cooper and Me series, includes these interactive features:

• A Special Memory Creation

• Life Lesson

• Connections

• Learning Together

In addition to a fun adventure, each Cooper and Me story teaches an important Life Lesson and features interactive materials at the back of the book to drive the message home. Included are activities that help children name and process their own feelings about what they’ve read.

So your kids can enjoy the Cooper and Me books more there are coloring and activity pages to go along with the books available free on the Cooper and Me website.

The Cooper and Me books are written by Alexa Peters and her mother Monique Peters. Alexa was only 11 years old when they wrote their first book. They wanted to turn their love for writing and drawing into an opportunity to give to other kids.

I have a copy of Cooper and Me in the Military to giveaway to one of my lucky readers.
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17 comments:

Laura O in AK said...

My dad was an officer in the Coast Guard. No one is currently in the service, although my husband works for the Army as a civilian.

Shannon said...

My brother and my brother-in-law were both in military. One was in the marines and the other in the army. They both just recently got out!

Sunnie said...

I was in the Army Reserves for 8 years
sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

Anonymous said...

My husband is in the army, this would be a fantastic book for my little girls! trishbazin(at)yahoo.com

Nancye said...

My nephew is in the Air Force and my dad fought in World War II.

nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

airforcewife0405@gmail.com said...

Yes, MY HUSBAND and my 4 year old's DADDY!!!

corey1971 said...

Several cousins. (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com)

Priscilla Benavides said...

I have a cousin who is in the military.

priscillavbenavides@yahoo.com

Emily said...

My brother was in the air force. He still works for them, but isn't enlisted anymore.

Jessica P said...

No, not at this time. I am entering this for my mother's Pre-K class -- this would be a great book to be read aloud with a good lesson. jessicapeeling@yahoo.com

Diana said...

I have a nephew in the national guard
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collegestudentfreebies said...

no family but many close friends

heather.loftus@aol.com

deanna said...

my brother
xoxoxo

Wendy Rozema said...

yes we do!

Robin Blankenship said...

We have several active and retired military in out family

1froglegs said...

I have no family presently serving in the military

Nikki Lynn Hanna said...

yes, I have a step uncle and aunt in the army

greenday14fan@yahoo.com

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