Hamilton, New Zealand -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/03/2018 -- Pixie Goes GABOO is an illustrated children's bedtime storybook written by Pixie's dad and illustrated by Glenn Thomas. The book is first in the series of short little storybooks for children and Pixie's dad has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, welcoming parents and grandparents from around the world to make generous pledges and donations.
"Pixie Goes GABOO is a perfect bedtime reading for little ones and short on time parents." Said Pixie's Dad, while introducing this inspiring storybook to the Kickstarter community. "Pixie is a delightful two year old Kiwi kid from down under in New Zealand and I am her proud father." He added. According to Pixie's dad, this book is the first of 9 books in a series about Pixie.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/shortandlittle/pixie-goes-gaboo-a-short-little-story-book-by-pixi and the goal of this inspiring crowdfunding campaign is to raise a sum of NZ $18,000 via Kickstarter. Parents and grandparents or teachers from around the world can get this book by making pledges of NZ $10 or NZ $15 via Kickstarter and these pledges offer the book as a reward. Moreover, the crowdfunding campaign is already getting a phenomenal response worldwide and more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
About This Project
Pixie Goes GABOO is an illustrated bedtime storybook for smaller children and it is written by a father of a two-year old girl Pixie from New Zealand. The book is first in a series of nine and Pixie's dad also has plans to start the Pixie series as an animated video project on YouTube in the days to come. He is now welcoming parents and grandparents from around the world to support him in raising funds on Kickstarter for the success of this series.
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