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What Would It Be Like?, by McArthur Krishna | Book Giveaway

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The Children’s Book Review | July 5, 2016

What Would It Be Like?, by McArthur Krishna - Book Giveaway-2

Enter to win a copy of What Would it Be Like?, written by McArthur Krishna and illustrated by Ayeshe Sadr and Ishaan Dasgupta.

Five (5) winners receive:

  •  A copy of What Would it Be Like?

Age Range: 3-7

Hardcover: 34 pages

Giveaway begins July 5, 2016, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends August 6, 2016, at 11:59 P.M. PST.

What Would it Be LikeWhat Would It Be Like?

Written by McArthur Krishna

Illustrated by Ayeshe Sadr and Ishaan Dasgupta

Publisher’s Synopsis: With real-life examples of women from a wide range of walks of life, girls learn they can do anything. Would you like to sail the seas as a pirate? Swing, flip and sparkle as a trapeze artist? Solve big problems as the next president? Or simply be happy to be yourself?

Mae Jemison

Ages 3-7 | Publisher: Little Adventures | 2016 | ISBN-13: 978092587218

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“Highly recommended for all children, though girls will be more likely to appreciate female role models in both traditional and non-traditional roles. The handy appendix at the end of the book gives more historical information about each famous person. ”–The Children’s Book Review

Read our exclusive interview: McArthur Krishna Discusses What Would it Be Like?

About the Author
McArthur Krishna

McArthur Krishna

McArthur Krishna has always been a shape-shifter. She’s been a business-woman, river guide, window-washer, waitress, Forest Service archeologist technician assis- tant, graduate student, backpacker, daughter, sister, vixen, traveler and some day, hope-to-be true companion. She has a good story to tell from all of these adventures.

While she grew up in dancing’ in wild and wonderful West Virginia, McArthur now lives in rural and riotous India on a wild adventure. She vowed to never be bored in her life!

“Now, I write to shift the shape of the world. I hope the stories that bloom from the bliss ride of life are as delightful to read as they have been to create.”

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