I’m hosting the starter day party today for the book tour for children’s book / picture book “Harvey Hippo Wants To Fly”. The tour runs from August 1 to September 1. Stay tuned for my character interview during the tour!
August 1st: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
August 2nd: Book Excerpt @ Domestic Chanteuse
August 3rd: Book Excerpt @ I’m an Eclectic Reader
August 5th: Book Excerpt @ The Reading Guru
August 6th: Author Interview @ Majanka’s Blog
August 7th: Book Excerpt @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog
August 9th: Book Excerpt @ Bookworm for Kids
August 11th: Book Excerpt @ The Single Librarian
August 12th: Character Interview @ I Heart Reading
August 13th: Book Excerpt @ Books are Forever
August 15th: Character Interview @ Fascinating Quest
August 17th: Book Excerpt @ Editor Charlene’s Blog
August 18th: Book Excerpt @ Bookaholic Ramblings
August 20th: Book Excerpt and Character Interview @ The Book Return
August 21st: Author Interview @ The Single Librarian
August 22nd: Book Excerpt @ Bookish Madness
August 23rd: Author Interview @ Bedazzled Reading
August 25th: Book Excerpt and Character Interview @ Books are Love
August 27th: Book Excerpt @ 365 Days of Reading
August 29th: Book Excerpt @ Maari Loves Her Indies
August 31st: Book Excerpt @ Hollow Readers
September 1st: Character Interview @ The Book Daily
About the Book
Title: Harvey Hippo Wants To Fly
Author: Lisa Sankar-Zhu
Genre: Children’s Book / Picture Book
Harvey Hippo wants to fly,
But no one knows why.
No matter, he is determined to try.
But can he REALLY do it?
Lisa Sankar-Zhu is from the Caribbean, but lives in China where she runs her business Golden Mushroom (Henan) Cultural Industry Company Limited. The first book she published, an illustrated Chinese fairy tale, was presented as a state gift by the prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago to the President of China, in 2013. Currently, she is developing a few intellectual properties for the Chinese market and the rest of the world. If you ask Lisa Sankar-Zhu what she does best, she would answer that it’s being herself, because she’s been doing it all her life and, therefore, has become pretty good at it.