Good morning everyone!
We’ve never given our kindle books a lot of publicity, so we thought we would give a little promotion to I Want to Be an Airline Pilot on kindle, and see how it goes. We have reduced the price to 99p ($1.29), for a limited time.
Having a kindle book just isn’t the same as having a paperback in your hands, but there are advantages: the story is instantly downloadable, so you can have it for a car journey or a rainy day without waiting for it to arrive, it’s cheaper than a paperback and you can order it wherever you are in the world. Plus it takes less space in your luggage, if you’re off on holiday. 🙂
Did you know You can read kindle books on any electronic device with the free kindle app? So you don’t need a kindle to read a kindle book!
You can also buy a kindle book as a gift for someone else’s kindle/tablet/phone/device, which is brilliant – OK, you can’t unwrap it, but it’s instant, and there’s no shipping!
Why not give it a try?
I Want to Be an Airline Pilot is the first in a series of three books set in Rwanda. The story is moving, inspirational and fun. It features an eight-year-old goatherd from a child-led family, who discovers through a series of adventures that he has a father in heaven who cares for him.
It’s a lovely book to share answers to prayer, God’s love, the church as family, God’s provision and grace – and lots of hope! Lovely for family reading, to share together. Equally good for bookworms who love to hide themselves away with a good book. 🙂
You can also order the book from any of the other Amazon stores – Japan, Canada, India etc.
Here are some comments from readers:
“I just wanted to tell you how much Joe and I are enjoying reading I want to be an airline pilot!! I’m reading it to Joe at bedtime and he’s really enjoying it – it’s his favourite book so far!! And he’s read lots of books! He loves the bits about Rwanda that he’s learning and his bedtime prayers are full of thanks for all his blessings. We’ve had some really good chats following on from each chapter too. Each chapter he tried to persuade me to read on so he can find out what happens next – and not just delaying bedtime, he’s genuinely wanting to keep going!!!”
“Based on the author’s experience of living in Rwanda, yet sensitively written for younger readers, this book and its’ sequels are great little stories with plot lines that really draw you in and make for a good read. They also help children to realise how different life can be for children in other cultures. The Christian content is appropriate for the setting. I highly recommend them.”
“This was an intriguing and delightful tale of an orphaned family which was written with great compassion. The hero, Shema, and the lady that rescued him, Mama Grace, and their fears and emotions were very well portrayed. The story was fast-moving and full of local interest.”
Any questions about the book, please don’t hesitate to ask!