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This first book, I recently Interviewed the Author on my blog & YouTube. I was not only impressed with this energetic author, but in this AMAZING heart-felt TRUE STORY of an amazing woman who conquered so many obstacles! I felt impressed to offer this Book one more time in a Giveaway!
Servie's Song: There is a Story Behind this Woman's Face by Heidi Tucker
The true story of one mother living in Zimbabwe, Africa who encounters a devastating loss leaving her unable to care for six children. In a heart-wrenching sacrifice she surrenders to a desperate plan to leave her children and find work in the United States. It is a door which feels impossible to walk through. But perhaps, the only door which holds any promise.
Servie's Song takes you on an emotional journey of tragedy and heartbreak to an inspiring path of hope. This touching story is complemented by gospel principles which will teach and motivate you to grab onto your faith and move forward trusting that you are never alone. God always hears your prayers.
About the Author:
Heidi Tucker won the 2018 Illumination Book Award for Servie's Song and won the 2017 Illumination Book Award for her first inspirational book Finding Hope in the Journey.
Her passion for writing and speaking about light and hope has inspired thousands. Heidi is known as a great storyteller who believes that every story not only teaches a gospel principle, but can make you feel it. She has inspired many to rise up, cling to their faith and position their hearts to recognize God's hand in their life.
Heidi Tucker was born and raised in the beautiful desert of Arizona. Following her graduation from Arizona State University she raised her family and found a strong connection teaching, working and serving with teenagers. When Heidi isn't writing her next book, or speaking at a conference, you'll find her spending time outdoors with her husband, four grown children and eight grandchildren. She loves sunflowers, hiking and ice cream ... not necessarily in that order
Below is a brand new concept in modern-day early education, written in simple terms with many illustrations to help the very young mind to comprehend. This is the first in a new educational series.
This book is donated by Pragma Media. (www.pragma.media)
SOIC and SOT: the Microchips by Jeffrey C. Dunnihoo Illustrated by Simona M. Ceccarelli
PB #978-1-7322836-1-9 US$7.95/CA$10.99 | HC #978-1-7322836-2-6 US$17.95/CA$23.99
Hardcover: 28 pages | Publication Date: October 1, 2018 | Ages 2-6/Grades PreK-1
About the Book:
Two microchips named SOIC and SOT go on a journey through an electronics assembly line. From shipping boxes, through the soldering process, assembly and test, the chips learn about the world outside, and what they were born to do! The perfect picture book for our littlest electrical engineers and technicians to be.
SOIC and SOT (and Friends) is a picture book series created to help provide a first step into the future for children, parents and teachers, and especially those who are not already involved and conversant in technology and microelectronics careers. The specific focus: the microchips in every electronic device kids use.
From talking pigs to steam engines and aardvarks to trucks, children's books cover a huge range of people, places and things that are rarely part of a child's day to day life-but what about the microchips that make up the toys and tools they play with every day? For a free and fair technological society to flourish, it is critical that that all kids are at least introduced to what's under the hood in their high-tech laptops, tablets and smartphones, just as they learn about birds, trees and trains or letters, colors and counting.
There are many, many more people involved in electronics than just engineers and scientists. And while not everyone is destined for advanced STEM college degrees, every child can be introduced to, benefit from and create their own technology contribution.
This and other upcoming books in the sereies:
Titles and Device Name Pronunciations
October 2018: SOIC and SOT: The Microchips ( sō’ĭk and sŏt / ‘soʊɪk and sɔt)
Summer 2019: TSSOP Gets Zapped: with Static Electricity (tē’sŏp / ‘tisɑp)
Summer 2019: MSOP and DPAK: One Hot Day (ĕm’sŏp and dē’păk / ‘ɛmsɑp and ‘dipæk)
About the Author:
Jeffrey C. Dunnihoo is an electrical engineer with over 30 years of experience in semiconductor and system development. A young computer nerd in the early days of 8-bit home-brew computers and Fortran mainframes, Jeff has been awarded several patents and co-authored research papers and a "System Level ESD Co-Design" textbook.
Be sure to stop by for my Interview + Giveaway with this author, which will be posted the third week of September!
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