Way Up High in the Big Blue Sky Is Now Free on Amazon
Get ready for takeoff! Explore the wonderful world of flying machines and take a trip... way up high! Rick Rahim brings you a children’s book with beautiful artwork, and inspiring message, and memorable story for you and your little ones. Way Up High in the Big Blue Sky will captivate your child with its colorful images and fun story. If you are looking for a book that is perfect for learning readers then search no more. Way Up High in the Big Blue Sky is easy to read and will keep their focus with a great story about 2 brothers who wished they could soar in the air like birds.
The book is currently free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (3/15/2014– 3/19/2014) at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HWH2M6Y. Way Up High in the Big Blue Sky has an average 5.0 star review rating. Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:
“I just finished reading this to my 7month old. So much smiling (and drooling too lol). The illustration in this book is simply amazing. A must add to your child’s home library. Enjoy!” – Joe Whisman
“My kids enjoy reading this book over and over. Its very well written and the artwork is fantastic!
I recommend this to parents looking for something different to read their kids.” – Paul Madison
“My nephews loved learning about the many types of flying machines. They read the book and enjoyed it so much, their sisters also read it. I plan on getting another copy soon.” – Kelly Smith
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About the Author: Rick Rahim has been a successful business entrepreneur for 20+ years. Rick has used his management skills to found and build multiple companies over his career as an entrepreneur.
A father of 4, Rick found himself cherishing the moments when he read bedtime stories to his children. Rick recognized from them on that he had a desire to write his own children’s book. He dedicates Way Up High in the Big Blue Sky to his 4 children and his wife, Brenda.
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