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CHILDREN’S BOOK TOUR by Ana Koza Book Tour & Giveaway

When I started writing “Around the World”, I felt I needed an extra helping of creative inspiration and decided to take a creative writing course at UCLA called: Children’s Books.” The course provided me with much needed guidance on my new adventure.

My husband, who is an English literature major, helped along the way and was my “second pair of eyes” so to speak through the entire process. Navigating the world of “Publishing” has been an eye-opener, but the process has given me great joy. I know at the end of this long road there will be a point where I can say, “I have put out into the world 2 books that are important to me and reflect my feelings of social etiquette and cultural tolerance.

The Books

Around The World by Ana Koza
Genre: kid lit

About Around The World:

Around the world teaches kids about different culture and what make us unique and special. The book will give shot of each characters’ lives and they will give us a glance of their country.

Source: Info in the About Around The World was from the press kit from the publicity team.

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The Magic Words by Ana Koza
Genre: kid lit

About The Magic Words:

A wonderful book for ages 1-7 year of year. A boy named Tommy often forgets to say the magic words, but then he realizes how important those words are. Let Tommy remind us about those words in a fun and magic way!

Source: Info in the About The Magic Words was from the press kit from the publicity team.

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Meet The Author

About Ana:

Author Ana Koza lives with her husband and sons Ari and Eli in San Diego, California. She was raised in Guadalajara, Mexico. Interested in writing since she was in school, Ana is now writing two future books for children which she expects to publish later this year. More information about Ana and her books can be found at her author web site Her books are available at and and at book stores. | amazon | twitter | facebook | goodreads
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19/03/2014 - Posted by | Ana Koza, book tour, contests, guest blogger, guest post, Virtual Book tour Cafe | , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. I think it is important for kids to know about other cultures in the world. For one, so they know not everyone is like them and others may have different customs. Another reason is I think it is important for children to know the suffering and poverty that children in other countries face. Maybe they will appreciate what they have and maybe when they grow up they will want to help others who aren’t so lucky.

    Comment by CJ Schindler | 30/03/2014 | Reply

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