Monday, January 14, 2013

Giveaway and Book Review of Rebecca Graf Children's Books

Giveaway and Book Review of Rebecca Graf Children's Books
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Blurb : 

Genre: Childrens
Publisher: CreateSpace
Released:November 3, 2012
Illustrator:Reinhart Scherbarth Sr.

A Gift for a Mouse blurb
What if you could see things with a whole new set of eyes? What if you could do that with The Last Supper? Follow the adventures of a little mouse who is present at the famous meal and witnesses everything that happens. He has no idea who the people are or the significance of their actions and words. All he knows is what he sees and what he experiences.

Genre: Childrens
Publisher: Silver Tongue Press
Release Date: December 13, 2012

The Nightingale in the Garden blurb:
Continue the tale from A Gift for a Mouse when Thomas sneaks to the Garden of Gethsemane to find out the rest of the story. He learns from the very bird that witnesses the strangest events that fateful night. He finds out how the man his grandfather had met really was betrayed and taken to be killed. The story was more than a story. It was a life changing experience for a small bird

About the Author:

Rebecca Graf lives in Wisconsin with her husband and three children. She has written religious children stories, A Gift for a Mouse and The Nightingale in the Garden, as well as a novel, Deep Connections. She spends her days maintaining her websites, publishing books with her small publishing company she has partnered with a friend to start (Silver Tongue Press), and writing stories. Being trained as an accountant where creativity could land you in jail, she turned her creative spirit to writing or crocheting when the more hands on need calls to her.

You can find Rebecca all over the internet. She writes regularly for Hub Pages and other sites. You can read her authors blog at Or you can follow tons of activity at A Book Lover's Library ( where she helps other authors spread the word about their works. The News in Books ( is another venture with a friend that pulls together announcements in the book world and shares them with followers. You'll never find this woman not being busy.



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Excerpt: A Gift For A Mouse
“Oh, it is hard to describe,” he replied. “At times, his laughter would fill my entire heart. At other times, his sorrow would break it. He was a man with deep emotions. I have never again encountered such intense emotions. I loved to see a twinkle in his eye as he told a joke that made everyone laugh.

“His friends were a mixed bunch. Listening to them talk, you could tell they were from various areas of the kingdom. From what I heard, a few were fishermen and others used to work for the government. It seemed all of them gave up their jobs just to hang out with this one man. I thought that was a little strange, but what was I to say about these creatures? I was there for the food.

Excerpt from A Nightingale in the Garden:
“Whenever he prayed, it was like nothing you had ever heard. Many think that our music is beautiful, but his words surpassed them all. It was not that he spoke fancy words like you hear others do. It was more as if he was speaking to someone dear to him and every word was sincere and true. There was no pretending. It was so real.

“But that night, his words were different. They were still beautiful, but they were so full of sadness. He kept saying that if things could be done differently, please let it be so. He was asking if whatever was about to happen could be avoided if at all possible. But you just knew listening to him that he knew it would happen anyway.


            These are absolutely charming books for children.  I am definitely going to have to get them for my nieces and nephews. 

            The perfect nighttime book to read to your children and good for new readers also these books tell stories about Jesus without being preachy or overly “religious”. 

            I give these books 5 out of 5 clouds and strongly recommend them.

This product or book may have been distributed for review; this in no way affects my opinions or reviews.


  1. Thank you so much for hosting me. :)

  2. Thank you for hosting :). Glad you enjoyed the books.

  3. Sounds great! I look forward to having you on my blog as well:) Continued success with your tour!


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  4. Fantastic review! Great job Rebecca. Thank you for hosting :)