Thursday, February 7, 2013

Raggedy Chan Release & Chinese New Year Giveaway

Raggedy Chan: An Illustrated Adventure is now live on Amazon for $1.99! From Thursday Feb 7th - Friday Feb 8th, you can download the book for free. This Middle Grade fantasy contains 40 full-color illustrations from artist Joey Manfre.

To celebrate Raggedy Chan's release and Chinese New Year, I'm giving away a limited edition Raggedy Chan book + doll set.


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About Raggedy Chan: Emma Chan-McDougal receives a special gift from her Auntie Gracie: a rag doll named Raggedy Chan. But Raggedy Chan is no ordinary doll. She is a beautiful Chinese princess who lives in a jasper palace on the enchanted isle of Kunlun. The peace of her island home is threatened when Drought Fury steals Winged Dragon, bringer of rain. Without Winged Dragon, Kunlun will wither and die.

To save her stricken homeland, Raggedy Chan sets forth alone. Her quest leads her to America, where she meets people who distrust her because she’s different. Can Raggedy Chan adapt to the strange ways of this new land and rescue her beloved dragon?

In this modern fairy tale, Chinese-American author Camille Picott draws on her heritage to weave a story of magic, adventure, and sacrifice. Raggedy Chan: An Illustrated Adventure contains forty full-color illustrations.

10 comments:

  1. Congrats, Camille! I wonder if Raggedy Chan would be good for my 7yo?

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  2. Congratulations Camille! I'd already entered through Lan's blog. Sounds like a cute fun read :)

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  3. I normally recommend Raggedy Chan for grades 3 - 8, although I have met younger readers who love it!

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  4. Raggedy Chan is on my list of recommended books to read. When will you publish another Heritage Tale? :-)

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  5. Congrats, Camille! Book looks awesome. Going to have to pick up a copy for my little nephew :)

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  6. I liked and downloaded from Amazon. Good luck!!

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  7. I'm a sucker for fairy tales, and this sounds like a neat twist on those fairy tale/myth elements. And the doll is adorable!

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  8. Happy New Year! This sounds like a great fairy tale. I am downloading it now. :D

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