Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Down to Earth by Betty Culley.
Kait Plus Books – Interview
Velvet Opus – 15 Reactions While Reading Down to Earth
Quirky Booklover – Review & Mood Board
Stuck in Fiction – Promo
Forthenovellovers – Review
the someday librarian – Review & Favourite Quotes
The Book Dutchesses – Promo
A Bookworm’s Paradise – Review & Mood Board
Rajiv’s Reviews – Review
Earthly Abode – Interview & Top 5 Reasons to Read Down to Earth
Tirilu – Review & Journal Spread
Katarama Reads – Review
Nine Bookish Lives – Promo
Diary of a Bookgirl – Review & Mood Board
Lit Lemon Books -Review & Favourite Quotes
The Reader’s Game – Review & Mood Board
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review
HerBookishObsession – Review & Mood Board
The Ink Slinger – Interview & Top 5 Reasons to Read Down to Earth
The Nutty Bookworm Reads Alot – Review
Mae the Dreamer – Review
tbrandbeyond – Promo
velvetopus – Blogger’s Choice
quirky_booklover – Blogger’s Choice
feliciareads11 – Blogger’s Choice
thesomedaylibrarian – Blogger’s Choice
thebookdutchesses – Blogger’s Choice
rajivsreviews – Blogger’s Choice
tinybooknest – Favourite Quotes & Top 5 Reasons to Read Down to Earth
kataramareads – Blogger’s Choice
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
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litlemonbooks – Blogger’s Choice
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popthebutterfly – Blogger’s Choice
lazyfeline89 – Review
dhirviepages – Review & Favourite Quotes
aamna_theinkslinger – Blogger’s Choice
Genre: Middle Grade
Publishing date: August 24th, 2021
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Counting by 7s meets See You in the Cosmos in this heartwarming coming-of-age story perfect for the budding geologists and those fascinated by the mysteries of the universe.
Henry has always been fascinated by rocks. As a homeschooler, he pours through the R volume of the encyclopedia to help him identify the rocks he finds. So, when a meteorite falls in his family’s field, who better to investigate than this rock enthusiast–with his best friend, James, and his little sister, Birdie, in tow, of course.
But soon after the meteorite’s arrival, the water in Henry’s small Maine town starts drying up. It’s not long before news spreads that the space rock and Henry’s family might be to blame. Henry is determined to defend his newest discovery, but his knowledge of geology could not have prepared him for how much this stone from the sky would change his community, his family, and even himself.
Science and wonder abound in this middle-grade debut about an inquisitive boy and the massive rock that came down to Earth to reshape his life.
Betty Culley’s debut novel in verse Three Things I Know I True, was a Kids’ Indie Next List Top Ten Pick, an ALA-YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults Nominee, an ALA-YALSA Quick Pick, and a Junior Library Guild selection. Her first middle-grade novel Down to Earth, is inspired by her fascination with meteorites, voyagers from another place and time. She’s an RN who worked as an obstetrics nurse and as a pediatric home hospice nurse. She lives in central Maine, where the rivers run through the small towns.