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I love Laurie’s book tour. It started out as a way for her to get to know her audience better and see what they really wanted from her. It’s been a blast so far. It was originally done in conjunction with IndieBound and now the book is available in all good bookstores.
Laurie’s book tour is a great way to learn about the books you’re reading by reading the cover and then going inside the book. You learn about the author, the book, what it’s about, and a little bit about the readers. With Lauries book tour, we have a chance to see the cover, the front page, the back page, and then read the book inside. And that’s not all.
Lauries book tour will be given as part of a book club. Each month a book club member reads a book for the month and then we can do book tours of the books they read. I really hope they do a book tour of the book they read, but I know they will.
You get a great look at the cover and then you get a great look inside of the book. This is the reason I love book tours so much. If you like a book, you want to see it with your own eyes and see what the cover looks like. If you don’t like a book, you can still learn about it, but you won’t see the book in its entirety.
Just like every other book tour, you can get a great look at the cover and take a peek inside. In this case the cover is pretty cool and the description says it is a history of the Mexican-American War, but I’ll let that slide. There are a few good bits of information here including the fact that the book was written by a young boy who now has a big, loud, and very real fan base.
The book is a true history, so we could actually get a peek inside the book and see the cover and some of its story lines. This book is not a biography like the ones you read in your history class. Instead it looks like a book of history with some added fictional elements. The fact that it takes place in the Mexican-American War and the author is a young boy who has a huge, loud, and very real fan base.
The book will be out on May 1. laurie is the author.
The book is named after the popular laurie hernandez, an immigrant from Mexico who became a well known journalist in the 30s and 40s. When laurie’s father died, the family moved to the United States and laurie’s mother became a Mexican American activist fighting for Mexican American rights.
The book is part of the laurie hernandez series, books that are fictional historical accounts of Mexican American struggles. It’s written in a style that is both entertaining and informative. I’ve been reading this series for years now and the writing itself is just as entertaining as the stories. The information is so timely and relevant and the format is also as good as any I’ve read. I love it.
I love all things laurie hernandez. This book was just such a huge hit that I was lucky enough to attend a book tour of the series in person. The tour was from laurie to laurie while we were on tour! I got to see laurie and laurie’s mom, Karen, and two of laurie’s friends, Jessica and Maria, (also Mexican Americans!), and a few members of laurie’s family.