ABOUT THE BOOK:
Join Snow the Racehorse & her best friend Tuga as they race to win! In the meantime, they'll learn valuable lessons about the beauty of friendship, teamwork and being 'yourself,' no matter what. An adventure from start to finish, you'll want to know who takes the checkered flag at the end!
About the Author:
Owner of Girl Friday PR + Marketing + Design, Demi Knight Clark has used the last 12 years in business as a platform for the Womens Initiative in racing. She graduated from Ohio University in 1999 from the esteemed Scripps School of Journalism with honors and he helped launch three startup companies to the world via viral grassroots marketing, public relations and media placement. After a detour to Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, Georgia to chase her MFA in Interior Design, she started her own woman-focused/based PR firm, Girl Friday. Demi makes her home in Fort Mill, South Carolina - a suburb of Charlotte, NC and the heart of motorsports.
My daughters, who are 3 and 6, loved the Snow Takes the Checker Book. The characters are so cute and of course they loved Snow. The illustrations are very colorful, vivid and nice so my daughters loved looking at them. The story also incorporated a few race terms which I think is nice. At the back of the page is a list of some of the words used and their definition. I like this book because although it's short, it's full of lessons and taught my daughters about being fair and honest as well as teamwork.
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