[CLOSED] TOUR SIGN-UPS: The Story of Babushka

We are organizing a blog tour for this creative and alluring children’s story, centered around a common item that most people see at least once in life: a Babushka doll. There will be a variety of promotional posts available, along with a tour-wide giveaway.

PHYSICAL copies will be available to UK reviewers only. DIGITAL review copies will be provided to all hosts.

Click the button below to sign up.

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Book Info

THE STORY OF BABUSHKA by Catherine Flores
Publisher: ACL Creative Studio
Release Date: August 1st, 2020
Genre: Children’s Fiction–Fairytales, Folklore

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Synopsis:

Babushka wants to find out the meaning of life so she sends her bodies out of the forest and into the world to search for answers. But there is a hurdle to overcome before all of the bodies can reunite and return to the forest.

WHAT IS A BABUSHKA?

The Babushka doll, also known as a “Matryoshka” or “Russian Nesting Doll”, is a traditional Russian toy first made over 100 years ago. The doll has come to symbolize Russian folk culture, as well as the complex and beautiful layers of women. This is the story of one very special doll, with five bodies that together make the Babushka: There was the outermost body, Antonia. She was pure beauty and everyone who saw her raved about her good looks. Beneath that body of beauty hid the second body, Loretta, who was richly adorned. She wore gold ornaments, and her robe was decorated with many different gems that glittered like the ocean on a sunny day. Hidden within the rich body was Paula the body that held all the talents. Whatever Paula did, she was sure to succeed. She knew how to work and always did so with joy and determination. Under the shell of the talented body was Viola, the body of wisdom. Viola knew a lot about the world and learned very quickly. She was always full of brilliant ideas and had clever solutions for every problem. The last body, the innermost and smallest of all, was Mary, the embodiment of love. Mary had a compassionate heart and was very helpful. She had the special ability to dry tears and mend broken hearts. All these bodies together formed the beautiful Babushka.

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