Popular Bi-Lingual Children’s Author Announces English Version of Jodie and the Library Card
11/27/2013

She has just "hopped" on board Opera Omnias Publishing house and had a "Bilingual edition" book out last year - Jodie and the Library Card.

Online PR News – 27-November-2013 – Kansas City, Missouri – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - November 2013

Popular Bi-Lingual Children’s Author Announces English Version of Jodie and the Library Card

Jodie And The Library Card
by Julie Hodgson

Jodie Broom, a 12-year-old girl (almost 13!), is like most girls her age. She loves her friends, music, and is always up for a good adventure. What she treasures above all else are books and she is consumed by them, reading and collecting whatever she can to satisfy her voracious appetite for stories, facts, and history. But Jodie lives in the year 2075, and more than fifty years have passed since the banning of books and paper; it's a time when no one can own a printed book, or even print photographs. In this E-world, experiences are largely simulated, from the reconstituted food to the zoo that only shows films of all the extinct species. With her student library card, which gives her the ability to time travel, Jodie discovers that she and her friends can experience historical events and meet legendary characters, and can also find and bring home her precious books to keep safe in her secret hiding place. But her luck may soon run out as the authorities wise up to the youths' craftiness.

Publisher: www.operaomnia.pt

Bertrand Bookstore: www.bertrand.pt/ficha/jodie-e-o-cartao-da-biblioteca?id=14384536

Best-Selling Author Julie Hodgson, now living in Portugal with her husband John, has travelled extensively all over the world writing for children. She has worked on the children's page of the Kuwaiti Times for about a year just before the first Gulf conflict in 1989, the story teller's page for the Dumfries and Galloway Standard, the press and journal Banff Standard, plus numerous other papers and short story books as well. She has also been featured a few times in the Portuguese newspaper Aponte and several other papers and magazines - such as Maria magazine and others.

She now settles for a quieter life giving her more time to write stories, and is in popular demand for storytelling, having visited many schools in Portugal.

When last interviewed on the radio, Julie stressed how important it was for children to be able to read. She usually donates the proceeds from the sales of her books to charities.

She has just "hopped" on board Opera Omnias Publishing house and had a "Bilingual edition" book out last year - Jodie and the Library Card.

Julie is the author of several favorite children’s books, including Sally Socket and the Fire Angel, The Twilight Dance and Other Stories, Juno & the Half Man, Polly Mae, Juno & The Windwalker, The Mothaich, and many others.

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