We're happy to announce on a new collaboration with Brittney Cassity, the author of the new children's book 'Clyde the Undead Dust Bunny'. For every purchase of 'Clyde the Undead Dust Bunny', a new tree will planted with Eco-Libris and the buyer will receive together with this great book, our "One tree planted for this book" sticker!
So what this book with the very interesting title is about? Here's the description from the author's website: While recovering from the Green Goo Germ, Dr. Wai Smart — assumed name for our fourth grade Future Man of Science — discovers a completely new life form has made it’s lair under his dresser. Once the initial shock of a speaking, sock stealing ball of fuzz wears off, our hero pulls out his super secret journal and sets aside his science fair project on toe jam to study his new roommate. It doesn’t take long to realize that all is not as it first appeared. Can Dr. Wai Smart keep his discovery a secret or will he have to die of embarrassment?
About the author: Three seasons out of the year Brittney Cassity can be found in the tree house turned studio out in her front yard. (Properly repurposed the very second her boys outgrew it!) Winter drives her back into her office in the family's log home, but either location gives plenty of room for her imagination to wander across the virtual pages of her laptop or wash in watercolors over a new illustration.
With a background in commercial art and a love for stories that warm the heart and bring a giggle, Brittney self-published her first children's book Fiddlebug in November of 2008 and her middle grade chapter book Clyde the Undead Dust Bunny in October of 2010. Brittney lives in West Virginia with her husband, and two teenaged sons. When she's not writing, she can usually be found trying to help her boys decipher homeschooling assignments or cooking. Want to know more? Follow Brittney's blog On My Way To It athttp://bcassity.blogspot.com/
Founded in 2007, Eco-Libris is a green company working to green up the book industry in the digital age by promoting the adoption of green practices in the book industry, balancing out books by planting trees, and helping to make e-reading greener.
To achieve these goals Eco-Libris is working with book readers, publishers, authors, bookstores and others in the book industry worldwide. So far Eco-Libris balanced out over 179,500 books, which results in more than 200,000 new trees planted with its planting partners in developing countries.