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„Joey trifft die Zahnfee“ - Book Promotion Tour – Part II

Joey trifft die Zahnfee Book reading

Welcome back! In my last blog, I told you about the promotion of my book, "Joey trifft die Zahnfee." Today I will tell you about our awesome readings at two local Public Libraries in the cities of Letmathe and Iserlohn in Germany.

Book Readings and the Christmas Markets

The Christmas Markets in Germany are famous around the world! There you find typical Christmas food and drinks from each region. You also find sweets for children, Christmas decorations, and gifts for the family. In big cities like Cologne and Frankfurt, they are open during the Advent Season. Letmathe is a small city, and the market is open only on the third and fourth Sunday of Advent. 

1st Book Reading: Letmathe Public Library - Sunday, December 11, 2022 

It was the inauguration day of the Christmas Market. The Program includes many activities for family. We were part of the Children's Program. My friends and I always meet at the Market. We sing, listen to music and stories, eat sugar-coated almonds (my favorite), and drink warm fruit juice.

Our reading was at the Children's Corner on the lower floor of the library. My mom used different voices during the reading. The children asked her questions. It was an interactive reading. The parents congratulated her. My friends gave me a high-five! The librarian's assistant invited her to come back. I was very proud of her.

2nd Book Reading: Iserlohn Public Library - Friday, January 6, 2023 

Our second reading was on the festivity of The Three Kings. There were 20 children with their parents. Mom used different voices and sounds during the reading. The children played along. All were impressed with the story. The Librarian was speechless and invited Mom to come back for a reading. 

My mom is the best storyteller in the whole world. I think she will win an Oscar!

In my next blog, I will tell you about … to be announced. 

Remember to brush your teeth and keep them clean for the Tooth Fairy.

Joey Paco


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