#TSMBookClub: Otter Goes to School

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Otter Goes to School by Samuel Garton

Thursday, October 13th @ 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT

Hashtags: #TSMBookClub #OtterGoesToSchool

Hosts: @theshoppingmama @SamuelGarton @momtrends

Mark your calendars for Thursday, October 13th at our regular time 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT for The Shopping Mama Virtual Book Club featuring children’s book author Samuel Garton. His new release Otter Goes to School will spark the interest of kids ages 4-8, moms, and teachers who would like to learn more about Otter and her school-time adventures. Whether it’s on your smartphone, tablet, or computer, check in with us on Twitter around lunchtime. Get your questions ready and tweet along as we discuss this popular kids series about a smart, lovable Otter who decides to start her own school!

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Does this easy-to-read picture book sound like something your young ones might be interested in? Then come along and tweet with us using the hashtags #TSMBookClub, and #OtterGoesToSchool. Even better yet, four lucky readers will win a copy of Otter Goes to School, and we’ll be giving away a $50 Amazon gift card, too! Don’t forget to sign up below to be eligible to win!

On Thursday afternoon, Sam will be answering all your questions about this month’s #TSMBookClub pick, Otter Goes to School, the fourth installment in this delightful series about Otter and her friends. In this new release, Otter sets out to share her many talents with friends Giraffe, Pig, and Teddy. She wants them all to become really clever! From math to music and story time, Otter has lots in store at her super-fun place! But when Teddy admits he doesn't like school, Otter knows exactly what to do to make him feel better. To learn more about Sam and his books, visit his website at http://www.samgarton.co.uk/.

So, go ahead and invite some friends to join along in our virtual book club community. Reading and tweeting have never been so much fun!

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