PRLog - Jan. 13, 2012 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For You PR works hard to get their clients noticed, and that is exactly what happened with Karen Pokras Toz and her book, Nate Rocks the World! We sent her on a virtual blog tour doing interviews, guest posts, and a few reviews. What was an extra bonus, was that Karen received a Four Star review - that was in both English and Spanish!
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On December 27, 2011, Nate Rocks the World was featured on Rute Canhoto's blog. Rute reviewed Nate Rocks the World and gave it a four star rating while saying, “This is a narrative a little different since it seems that there isn’t about a specific story, but there are several run parallel to each other and merge together at one key point. We chronologically follow Nathan's important milestones in his life up until he goes on a much-desired vacation to Florida. This book is a genre I seldom read, but I liked it. I particularly liked Nate’s reflections about certain episodes, which illustrated the childhood innocence."
Read the complete review at: http://rutecanhoto.blogspot.com/
About Nate Rocks the World
Series: The Nate Rocks Series
Author: Karen Pokras Toz
Print and E-Book
Publisher: Grand Daisy Press
Armed only with his sketchpad, his imagination, and his wits, Nathan Rockledge navigates the perils of the fourth grade in style, to emerge heroic, as Nate Rocks, proving that even a ten-year-old can accomplish great things.
Follow the quirky and imaginative adventures of ten-year-old Nathan Rockledge as his cartoons come to life.
Donalisa Helsley, who bought Nate Rocks the World, and gave it four out of five stars, had this to say:
"Nate Rocks the World is a fantastic and imaginative story that will keep your child engaged. Nate is a fourth grader who daydreams of being a hero. He escapes the trials and tribulations of his life by drawing. Karen does a wonderful job of blending his fantasies with his reality. The characters are so real and likeable. I love the conflict between him and his older sister.
The lesson in this story is that dreams can come true and that there is hero inside of even the most unlikely source. Although girls will love it too (my 9 year old daughter did) if you have a boy between 8 and 10 years old buy this book right now! We can't wait for the next book in this series!”