Thursday, August 18, 2016

Hey A.J., It's Saturday blog tour 8.18.16

Saturday mornings.  As a kid, these were the best days.  Getting up before the rest of the house was up.  Sneak downstairs and watch some cartoons.  Slow mornings.  The best part was having time.  Time to be lazy.  Time to do things you don't normally do.  Like have a longer breakfast.  

Hey A.J., It's Saturday
created by Martellus Bennet
published by The Imagination Agency

That's when the real chaos begins in Hey A.J., It's Saturday.  A.J. is ready for Saturday morning breakfast but mom and dad are asleep.  What's a kid to do?  Make it herself of course!  

But here's when the book takes a turn and adds in imagination.  Making a breakfast without chaos isn't fun for a kid!  You need monkeys and unicorns and hens, of course!  And the animals can't help out and make things easier and make things run smoothly, right?  Not in a kids' world!  But they do help make food a bit more tasty.  Who doesn't want raspberry, chocolate, bacon, strawberry, sausage, peanut butter, chocolate chip cookie, vanilla and banana smoothie?

The imagination doesn't stop in the book!  Be sure to visit the website and download the app (Hey A.J.) to play more games and puzzles!

Want to know more about the author?  He may be more familiar than you think!
Martellus aka The Black Unicorn is a BIG dreamer. He lives in a magical house with his wife Siggi and daughter Jett in where everything comes to life when it gets dark or there’s food on the table ( which is pretty much all the time). He’s usually a bit overwhelmed by all of the creatures bouncing around knocking things over in his head and in his house, but that’s nothing a creative ninja can’t handle. Marty received his PhD in awesomeness from the highly prestigious Orange Dinosaur University where his focus was coloring outside of the lines and making stuff with his creative and funny bones. The A.J series is inspired by his daughter Austyn Jett (A.J.) and their adventures together.

Oh yea, He’s a Pro Bowl Tight End for your favorite NFL team.

Thank you to The Imagination Agency for sending a copy of the book to review.  Thank you to Jen Vincent (@mentortexts) for setting up the tour.  Be sure to check out the other stops on this blog tour!

Jen at Teach Mentor Texts - 8/16
Niki at Daydream Reader - 8/17
Jessica at Little Lake County - 8/19
Linda at Teacher Dance - 8/20
Kellee and Ricki at Unleashing Readers - 9/4

Happy imagination - and Saturday morning breakfasts!

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