Let someone know that Every Little Thing is gonna be all right!
As our friends, family and neighbors on the East Coast still reel from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, we wanted to give you a chance to send a message to someone who needs to hear that every little thing is gonna be all right!
This is our Message to You
Bob Marley’s classic song of hope has been adapted by his daughter Cedella and illustrator Vanessa Brantley-Newton into a joyous picture book – the lyrics dance off the page.
Send a Greeting
Download and print this cheery color-in greeting card and pop it in the mail, or slip it into a lunchbox, briefcase or backpack.
Make it Personal
Every Little Thing is now available with a personalized dedication page. Visit mychroniclebooks.com, and in just a few clicks, you can customize the dedication page with your own message and a photo.
Get 25% off until December 1. Use Coupon Code “TryMyCB!”
Wear and Share the Love
Print and share these colorful temporary tattoos. They’ll be sure to get a smile from the tattooed tots who wear them, and everyone who sees their adorable (temporary!) ink.
Win For a Friend
Send a message of support and caring to someone you love. Leave a comment letting us know who you’d like to reassure that everything will be all right. One winner’s loved one will get:
• One copy of Every Little Thing
• One copy of Cedella Marley’s first book, One Love
• One adorable MerryMakers One Love doll
Winner will be notified by noon Pacific Time on Friday, November 16th. Giveaway good in the US and Canada only.
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