‘The Night The Moon Ate My Room’ Review & 2 Giveaways!

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Welcome to my tour stop for Jesse Wilson’s wonderful children’s book called The Night The Moon Ate My Room! I believe this is a book that all children should read because it teaches some wonderful life lessons!

We’ve all been children. And we all had fears as children. Whether we were afraid of embarrassing ourselves in front of our classmates or out in public, we all had common fears. The Night the Moon Ate My Room! is all about overcoming your fears and learning to believe in yourself again. With most of my readers having children, I know that we don’t ever want our children to doubt themselves. They should believe that they can do anything and be whoever they want to be in life. This books, full of five stories, shows that even if something bad happens in life, that we should certainly pick ourselves back up and try again. You can never give up. That’s a very important lesson that all children and adults should know and follow in life. I definitely recommend this book for all parents with children. This is a must read!

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Jesse Wilson is an author, motivational performer, illustrator and teacher. His life-long involvement with film and theatre as both a performer and writer began early in Hollywood, California where he performed in TV shows, plays, and commercials. He graduated from L.A. High School for the Performing Arts, and then traveled to Julliard School to attain a BFA for theatre. Afterwards, he remained in New York and then later in Philadelphia, he came up with material for his one-man shows, which he performed throughout the region. “Face the City,” his most recent production, was written for high school and college audiences and combines animation and visual projects in a multimedia presentation of artist’s journeys to find themselves in the “real world.”
The Night the Moon Ate My Room! was written and performed with music for young audiences to experience self-discovery, is created with support of The Kennedy Center’s Imagination Celebration and Pikes Peak Library District.

Later this year, upon building success of The Night the Moon Ate My Room! a series of empowering books for children, written and illustrated by Jessee Wilson, will be published under the title “Brilliant Mistakes!”

I’m fortunate enough to be able to give away an e-book copy of The Night the Moon Ate My Room! by Jesse Wilson! To enter, all you have to do is comment with an answer to this question: What was your greatest fear when you were a child or teenager? Also include your email address in the comment, as well. This giveaway will end at 12:01am on Sunday, February 3, 2013, in which I will then use random.org to pick a winner!

Also, there’s another giveaway going on! There’s a Grand Prize for this book tour for The Night the Moon Ate My Room! Simply use the Rafflecopter form below to enter to win a signed paperback copy of The Night the Moon Ate My Room! along with a 11″x15″ custom illustration! Good luck on both giveaways!

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  1. Thank you so much for reviewing THE NIGHT THE MOON ATE MY ROOM and being part of Jesse’s tour! Wonderful review!

  2. I can not think of a “brilliant mistake” that I’ve made but will readily admit that I’ve made many mistakes in my lifetime. I like to look at my mistakes as necessary on my road to self-improvement. 🙂

    I love the title of this book you reviewed. It sounds like a story my granddaughter would enjoy reading.

  3. Brilliant mistake…himm…that’s a good question…I’ve made tons & always try to learn from them…altho that can sometimes be a mistake as well…lol


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