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  1. John Johnson says:

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  2. JEN Garrett says:

    Stopping by from the Kid Lit Bloggers list on Kidlit411 group. I’m going to have to add a Guestbook to my blog. I love the idea!

    1. Tracy Bryan says:

      Hi Jen! Thanks for saying hi! Sorry it took me so long to get back to you, I just finally figured out how to access this page-LOL!
      I’ll keep my eye out for your website.Take care!
      Tracy Bryan

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  4. Tracy Bryan says:

    Hi! Thank you so,so much! My website is WordPress and I use the Family Theme. Really easy to use!
    I have a lot of plug ins too-comments, facebook, amazon, twitter- it does come with quite a few though.
    Thanks again for reaching out…keep in touch!
    Tracy Bryan

  5. James A. Cox says:

    Dear Tracy Bryan and David Barrow:

    I’m very pleased to announce that the July 2016 issue of our online book review magazine “MBR Bookwatch” features a review of “Put Away Your Phone!”.

    Here is the review:

    MBR Bookwatch: July 2016
    James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
    Midwest Book Review
    278 Orchard Drive, Oregon, WI 53575

    Donovan’s Bookshelf

    Put Away Your Phone!
    Tracy Bryan and David Barrow
    4900 LaCross Rd., North Charleston, SC 29406
    Ebook: ASIN: B01F6DR1SO, $5.99
    Paper: 9780692700884, $9.99

    Emma is an unusual child: she doesn’t like smart phones very much, can’t understand why adults are always playing with them, and often wants to admonish those around her to “Put away your phone!” and enjoy the world.

    When a visit to the zoo shows people on their phones everywhere, Emma decides to count the offenders – and during her passion to observe and confront others’ inattention, she finds herself separated from her parents. What to do?

    Put Away Your Phone! lends to parental read-aloud and will appeal to picture book readers with good reading skills as it follows Emma’s realistic world and how she comes to view it differently.

    It’s a fine example of coming to terms with one’s environment and it provides engaging color drawings by David Barrow as it moves beyond the challenge of a phone-dominated world and into how a child’s viewpoint and righteous indignation can be funneled into more positive methods of handling life.

    Kids and adults will find it a delightful read that takes a modern dilemma and views it from a new perspective, offering lessons for cell phone users and nonusers alike that teaches new emotional management skills for tackling life’s annoyances and challenges.

    Diane C. Donovan, Senior Reviewer
    Donovan’s Literary Services

    You have complete permission to utilize the review in any manner you deem useful for marketing and promotion.

    Additionally, this review will be archived on our Midwest Book Review website for the next five years at

    Incidentally, we have amended our bylaws to allow authors and publishers who want to make a gesture of support and appreciation for what we try to do here at the Midwest Book Review to donate postage stamps “for the cause”.

    So if you’d like to send U.S. stamps, a check, a money order, or a PayPal contribution as a donation to our Midwest Book Review postage stamp fund, please feel free (but not obligated!). Our designated email address for accepting PayPal gifts is

    Please note, the SupportMBR email address is not used for correspondence. Our regular email address is MWBOOKREVW@AOL.COM

    I look forward to your next title!

    James A. Cox
    Midwest Book Review
    278 Orchard Drive
    Oregon, WI, 53575, USA

  6. I wanted to send you grace and many sun salutations for supporting our family with your new mindful mat purchase. A portion of those proceeds will grow programs for at risk children, raising their awareness of the value in mindfulness, breathing and yoga. I love what you are doing sister!!! It does take a village!!!! Our blog us up!!!

  7. Happy Book Giving Day! What fun it is to give away our books to young readers!

    Have a great day!


    1. Tracy Bryan says:

      Thanks Rosie! Appreciate the comments and your visit to my site:)

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  9. Anonymous says:

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    1. Tracy Bryan says:

      Thanks so much! Lets stay connected:)

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