Limited Time Offer – Free eBook of Jingo Fever
For a limited time, Crickhollow Books is offering teachers & librarians a free eBook copy of Jingo Fever, a middle-grade historical novel set in the summer of 1918 in a small town in northern Wisconsin during World War I.
The 128-page novel for young readers addresses issues of bullying, peer pressure, anti-ethnic bigotry, over-zealous patriotism, and the importance of standing up for what’s right.
The story focuses on Adelle Klein, a young girl from Milwaukee, who experiences anti-German sentiment (from ethnic slurs to uncomfortable patriotic fervor), which escalates to a moment of mob behavior with threats of violence against her uncle (thwarted by Adelle’s courage).
Jingo Fever offers “rich material for deep classroom discussions” as one elementary teacher said.
Here a link for more information on Jingo Fever. Published by Crickhollow Books in 2011, and a Finalist for a Book of the Year Award (juvenile fiction), the title is available in softcover and eBook editions.
If you are a teacher or librarian, we’d love to email you a no-strings-attached copy of the eBook edition.
How to request:
- Email me, Philip Martin, Editorial Director, Crickhollow Books, at:
info [@] CrickhollowBooks [dot] com
- Just mention the school or library you work at.
- Let me know if you’d prefer a Kindle edition (.mobi file) or a Nook edition (.epub file).
That’s all. Easy as pie!
Why are we doing this?
- One of our goals as an indie press is to get good books into the hands of readers.
- Who know? Maybe you’ll buy a softcover copy yourself or recommend the title for your school library.
- Maybe you’ll do a review online or add this book to recommended books on working to combat bullying and bigotry.
But you don’t have to do anything! The ebook file is yours to keep and enjoy.
Pass the word: feel free to share the link to this page with other teachers or librarians.
Fine print: this offer is limited in time. We’ll remove this page from our website when the offer is no longer valid . . . so if you can see this page on the Crickhollow Books website, it’s still valid! Email me today for your free eBook file.
– Philip Martin, Crickhollow Books