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Green is Good: Liv on Life, written by Elizabeth Gorcey | Book Giveaway

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The Children’s Book Review | August 13, 2016

Enter to win an autographed copy of Green is Good: Liv on Life, written by Elizabeth Gorcey and illustrated by Kajiah Jacobs; plus a canvas tote and organic seeds.

One (1) grand prize winner receives:

  • An autographed copy of Green is Good, plus a canvas tote and organic seeds.

One (1) runner-up winner receives:

  • An autographed copy of Green is Good.

Age Range: 3-6

Hardcover: 32 pages

Giveaway begins August 13, 2016, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends September 13, 2016, at 11:59 P.M. PST.

Liv on Life Green is GoodGreen is Good: Liv on Life

Written by Elizabeth Gorcey

Illustrated by Kajiah Jacobs

Publisher’s Synopsis: Liv and Bowie are going to an organic farm, learning about the healthy benefits of eating greens and having fun doing so!

Ages 3-6 | Bowie Books, LLC | 978-0989208314 | 2015

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About Elizabeth Gorcey

Elizabeth Gorcey has devoted her life to the pursuit of art that intrigues her, stories that compel her, and the elevation of authentic voices that must be heard. In her personal and professional lives she has pursued a number of outlets for her boundless creative energy, focusing on those passions which best allow her to entertain, support, explore, and nourish. Acting, directing, producing, painting, working in documentary, narrative and multi-media…Gorcey has followed her instincts to become a true creative force to be reckoned with. As she simply states, “Creating is nourishment for my soul.” This genuine, creative imperative has led to Gorcey’s newest adventure—the children’s book series LIV ON LIFE told from the perspective of her own daughter, Olivia!

LivOnLife.com | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

About Kajiah Jacobs

Children’s book illustrator and artist, Kajiah Jacobs, began the concept art and draawings for the LIV ON LIFE (LOL) book series in 2013. In addition to illustrating art for children’s books, Kajiah also paints murals on the walls of Los Angeles museums. Born and raised in Hollywood, California, Kajiah studied art at UCLA and the American Animation Institute in Burbank. He was inspired to draw and paint at a young age by his mother who was an artist and often used him and his sister as her art subjects.

For moe information visit: KajiahJacobs.com

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