On Nomination for best children's book in England: Jamie on his Cloud

On Nomination for best children's book in England: Jamie on his Cloud

Good news, wonderful news. A Welcome change! Jaap Rameijer's latest book “Jamie on his cloud” has been nominated in England for “The People’s Book Prize, 2013 – 2014 Summer Collection, category “Children.”

 

The book is published by Local legend with publisher Nigel Peace. See cover and backside.

 

The book has also been published in Holland and will be published in France. Jaap is open for publishers in the German, Spanish, Portugese and Russian languages! And others. Also available as ebook in French on his site and soon at Amazon.

To some of you he has  given the book as a present. Others have bought the book directly from him or in a bookshop, or via Amazon.com. From many of you he has received wonderful reactions.

 

Now he would like to ask you a favour. For those who don’t know the book but would like to know the story, it is a lovely and very moving story, I would suggest to buy the book. It is only 6 pounds, 7 euro’s or 9,99 dollars.

 

And if you like it, hewould like to ask you to consider the book as a present, a wonderful present for your family and your dearest friends. And of course he would like to ask you to vote for "Jamie on his Cloud" and Jaap. It is a People’s book, a book for common people, like you and me. They will decide what book they like best. And if the votes come from all the people who visited Les Labadous in Rennes-le-Chateau, people coming from all over the world, that would make for a real powerful vote.

 

Information about the nominated books and about the voting procedure, is included in the annexes. It is not too difficult and will take only a few minutes.

 

Jaap would be very grateful if you would vote for him. And if you would spread the message using your own, extensive network.

 

How to VOTE for JAMIE on this CLOUD

 

 

IF you are already registered with The People’s Book Prize and you know the password you have used before, USE this Link:   http://www.peoplesbookprize.com/book.php?id=891

 

IF you have not registered before, or have forgotten your password:

 

STEP ONE REGISTER http://www.peoplesbookprize.com/register.php, an email will be sent to you immediately giving you a password. Go to your email and make a note of it! Do check you Spam mail.

Then go to STEP TWO!!

 

STEP TWO VOTE

 

Go to:    http://www.peoplesbookprize.com

 

Fill in your email address and your TPBP password, and copy  the security code in the coloured box. Then tick the ‘Add my vote’ box and ‘Submit’.

 

THANK YOU!

 

There is further information about TPBP and the entries on Facebook:

 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Peoples-Book-Prize/108823565880728

 

 

 

 

Procedure for voting in the final round

 

 

 

Go to http://www.peoplesbookprize.com/book.php?id=891

 

On the Home page, click the Finalists link at the top.

 

Fill in the required personal information.

 

Click on Non-Fiction, then tick the box next to The Quirky Medium.

 

Scroll back up and click on Submit.

 

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