[UPDATED] TOUR SCHEDULE: Jordie and Joey Fell From the Sky by Judi Lauren

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Jordie and Joey Fell From the Sky by Judi Lauren.

April 18th
the nutty bookworm reads alotReview
Lit Lemon BooksReview

April 19th
Stuck in FictionInterview
Lily’s Cozy BlogPromotional Post & TikTok

April 20th
Unconventional Quirky BibliophileReview & Mood Board
Confessions of a YA ReaderPromotional Post
laura’s bookish cornerTop 5 Reasons to Read Jordie and Joey Fell From the Sky

April 21st
Nine Bookish LivesReview & Interview
Sheaf and InkPromotional Post

April 22nd
The Bookwyrm’s DenReview
Twirling Book PrincessPromotional Post

April 23rd
Kait Plus BooksInterview
Jen Jen ReviewsReview

April 24th
Melancholic BlithePromotional Post
PopTheButterfly ReadsReview

April 18th
booking.with.janellePromotional Post
jl_booksPromotional Post

April 19th
writingrosereadsPromotional Post
lilly_sreadsBlogger’s Choice

April 20th
quirkybibliophileBlogger’s Choice
booksandpops4000Blogger’s Choice

April 21st
ninebookishlivesBlogger’s Choice
sheafandinkBlogger’s Choice

April 22nd
tbrandbeyondPromotional Post

April 23rd
jenjenreviews Blogger’s Choice

April 24th
nurse_bookieTop 5 Reasons to Read Jordie and Joey Fell From the Sky
fangirlpixiebooksPromotional Post

Genre: Middle Grade Contemporary
Publishing date: April 19th, 2022

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Twin brothers Jordie and Joey have never met their parents. Maybe it’s because they aren’t from this planet?

When another kid at school tried to force Jordie to show him the “crop circles” on his back that prove he’s an alien, it was Joey who took the kid to the ground. And when the twins got kicked out of their foster home because Joey kissed the other boy who lived there, it was Jordie who told him everything would be okay. And as long as Jordie and Joey are together, it will be. But when the principal calls their current foster mother about a fight at school, the boys know she’ll be done with them. And, from spying in their file, they also know they’re going to be separated.

Determined to face the world side by side rather than without one another, Jordie and Joey set off to find their birth parents. From Arizona to Roswell to Area 51 in the Nevada desert, the twins begin a search for where they truly belong. But Jordie’s about to discover that family isn’t always about the ones who bring you into the world, but the ones who help you survive it.

Judi Lauren was born in the Midwest and misses those winters. She now resides in an area where the bugs are way too large. She has an unnatural obsession with Chicago, Dean Winchester, and Friends (the TV show.)

Judi is represented by Heather Cashman of Storm Literary Agency, where she writes books for kids and teens about family, friendship, and surviving impossible things.

In her spare time, she also works as an editor at Radish Fiction. You can connect with her on Instagram @judilauren.

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