Rise and Shine, Little Child – A Children’s Book for Operation Warm
We are honored (and excited) to announce that the very talented Leigh Ann Hrutkay has written a children’s book inspired by -and beneifiting Operation Warm! Rise and Shine, Little Child is not just a fun and educational book, it is for a great cause -A portion of the proceeds from the sale of her newest book will go towards brand new winter coats for children in need. Thanks to Leigh’s dedication and support, as well as that of Tate Publishing and Enterprises LLC, we will help reach more children than ever. Here’s what Tate Publishing has to say about Rise and Shine, Little Child:
‘Rise and shine, Little Child, let’s go!
It’s a brand new day, and it’s about to snow.’
Rise and Shine! Come along with Little Child to experience the possibilities of a brand new day, the wonder and magic in a snow-filled sky, the adventure of winter-time play, and the warmth, love and care that every child desires. Share it with your very own Little Child today!
A portion of proceeds from ‘Rise and Shine, Little Child’ will be donated to Operation Warm, a charity that provides brand new winter coats to children in need throughout the U.S.
At only $8.99, this affordable children’s book will make the perfect holiday gift for the little ones in your life. For more information and to purchase a copy, please head over to the Tate Publishing website. Get your copy of Rise and Shine, Little Child today!
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