Tuesday, January 12, 2021

I Miss You Most Awareness Tour


Enter for a chance to win an autographed copy of Cassie Hoyt’s I Miss You Most and a $100 Barnes and Noble e-gift card!

One (1) grand prize winner receives:

  • A hardcover copy of I Miss You Most, autographed by Cassie Hoyt

  • A $100 Barnes and Noble e-gift card

Two (2) winners receive:

  • A hardcover copy of I Miss You Most, autographed by Cassie Hoyt

The giveaway begins January 7, 2021, at 12:01 A.M. MT and ends February 7, 2021, at 11:59 P.M. MT.


I Miss You Most

Written by Cassie Hoyt

Illustrated by Stefanie St. Denis

Publisher’s Synopsis: Love knows no distance. I Miss You Most helps children through the
heartache of distance by showing them how to hold their loved ones near. Whether exploring the seas as pirates or twirling like ballerinas, imagination can bridge even the greatest distance. Because time with those you love is the most magical thing of all!

Ages 3 and up | 28 Pages | Publisher: Tellwell Talent | ISBN-13: 978-0228836070


Amazon: https://amzn.to/3pKOUzp

Bookshop: https://bookshop.org/a/2078/9780228836070


Cassie Hoyt is a children’s author and perfusionist. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and two sons. She enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family. Inspiration for her books typically comes from her silly boys or fond memories of her childhood. Learn more about Cassie’s upcoming works at www.cassiehoyt.com.



Discover lots of fun I Miss You Most activities at https://www.cassiehoyt.com/activities.


Cassie Hoyt, author of Hatch, has a new picture book about how it feels to miss those that are closest to your heart. Dealing with separation between parents and children can be a difficult issue, so stories like this help with discussing the situation (at home or at school). Remembering the special times that have been shared help to make the loved one feel close, even when they are apart. Memories of the times they have spent swimming, singing lullabies, or other activities are comforting. And imagining pirate adventures or trips to Mars can fill the time. Even video chats and phone calls are mentioned as ways to stay connected until everyone can be reunited.

The illustrations show a variety of children and adults with a variety of skin tones and hair colors, helping readers to see familiar faces as they read. Another facet of the book that makes it more comforting is the feeling of inclusion when seeing activities that have been shared with the loved one that is away.

If you know anyone who is dealing with separation issues, whether it is the daily time at school or a long-term military deployment, then think about gifting them with a copy.


Jan 7

The Children's Book Review


Tour Kick-Off

Jan 7

Word Spelunking


Book Review

Jan 8

Lisa's Reading


Beyond the Book Activity

Jan 11

J.R.s Book Reviews


Book Review

Jan 12

Library Lady's Kid Lit


Book Review

Jan 13

Fairview Elementary School (Library)


Book Review

Jan 14

Tales of A Wanna-Be SuperHero Mom


Beyond the Book Activity

Jan 15

Barbara Ann Mojica's Blog


Book Review

Jan 18

icefairy's Treasure Chest


Book Review

Jan 19

Over Coffee Conversations


Beyond the Book Activity

Jan 20

Confessions of a Book Addict


Book Giveaway

Jan 21

Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers


Book Review

Jan 22

Heart to Heart


Book Review

The Fairview Review is participating in the blog tour in partnership with The Children’s Book Review and author Cassie Hoyt.

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