Who Chains You Publishing Supports Humane Education in its Quest to Promote Kindness to Animals for Today’s Youth

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Humane Education is one of the most important tools we have to engender a sense of kindness in future generations. By breaking the chain of cruelty to animals through direct communication with youth in schools, we create a more caring society, for humans as well as animals. Our wholesale program is perfect to assist Humane Educators in teaching our youth about animal issues in society.

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We offer wholesale pricing of only $6.50 per book (with FREE Shipping—U.S. ONLY, please contact us for shipping to other countries), mix and match, to humane educators—and every book is available for the program. There is a 10 book minimum order for this program, after that the sky’s the limit!

Even better, for humane educators who need books in higher quantities, orders of 50+ books are only $6.00 each, a savings of over 50% off retail.

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Are you a humane educator in need of books? Then look no further! If you have questions or special needs, or would like to ask about other wholesale opportunities, email us at info@whochainsyou.com for more information.

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Interested in checking out all our available books? Please use the order form on our site to check availability and place your order.

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Our books are already in use in classrooms and libraries by teachers nationwide, like Sonya Wilson, pictured left.

Humane Educator Susan Hergert took books from Who Chains You to her first school visit. She writes in her blog: “When it was all over, I gave the students some books to keep there. They were thrilled with the selections and began to immediately read them! I truly wished I had brought more…a book for each child, perhaps. As I left, I told Nancy that I will bring more in the future.”

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Calling all Humane Educators:

Let us know what other topics or animal issues you are interested in sharing with students, and the age ranges you’d like the books to fit. We’d be happy to get our authors brainstorming book ideas for your topic of interest. Leave us a comment, below, with your suggestions. Thank you for caring about the kids and the animals!

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WCY Holiday GiftPaks: Save on Ideas for the Book-Reading Animal Lover in the Family

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Who Chains You Publishing is offering a limited number of Holiday Gifts Packs direct from us to those who love animals or want that special gift for a loved one. We’re also adding in Free Shipping in the U.S., with shipping added for international orders.

Our combo packs are saving anywhere from $4-$17 dollars off retail prices, and are extremely limited due to our low in-house inventory.

First come, first served! Check out all eleven GiftPaks at this link: http://whochainsyou.com/giftpacks.html

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Our Crescent Renewal Imprint is now in full swing, and offers books which feature educational and/or uplifting books that—while they aren’t animal-themed—ensure any animals playing a part in the book are treated with the respect and caring they deserve. We currently offer three children’s books under this imprint, and they are also available as part of our GiftPaks: http://whochainsyou.com/giftpacks.html

Our online store offers a wide variety of animal-themed merchandise and holiday ornaments, including our Rescue Angel line, which offers dog, cat, or dog and cat together, as pictured here. Check out our full line and make your choices today at: http://www.cafepress.com/whochainsyou

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There’s nothing much more exciting for dog lovers who’ve seen the misery of a dog on a chain than to see this meme put out by the Pennsylvania Governor’s Office. Can you imagine? All those years of fighting for a law, and now the governor is making sure everyone knows the law and to bring their dogs inside from the cold! Color us happy.

Currently Accepting Submissions for 2018

Have you written a book for animal lovers? We’re currently accepting books submissions for publication in 2018. Visit our page at http://whochainsyou.com/submissions.html to learn more.

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“Brave Benny”, a Little Bat’s Tale, Hits Children’s Bookshelves

bravebennycoverlo-dropWho Chains You Books is pleased to announce the release of Brave Benny, out now from author Heather Leughmyer and illustrator April Pedersen.

adoptingadelecoverloHeather and April are proving to be a great team, following up their success with Adopting Adele from earlier this year with their second collaboration in Brave Benny.

Description:

Benny the bat always did what was right; hiding during the day and hunting at night. His bed was a tree and he slept upside down, in a quaint little forest just outside of town.

Each night at dusk he’d stretch and he’d yawn, then drop out of bed, and be home before dawn. By daybreak the bats would be sleeping away, but bored little Benny just wanted to play.

He wished to discover the world in the light; he was tired of darkness, fed up with the night. Then one dewy morning, he passed by his tree; he was nervous, but eager, about what he would see…

What will Brave Benny discover on his adventure? Find out in this wonderfully illustrated, rhyming children’s book, a perfect bedtime story for ages 4 and up, and independent readers age 7 and up. Includes activities for kids, and some good batty questions and answers, too!

ISBN-10: 1-946044-14-8
ISBN-13: 978-1-946044-14-3

Buy on Amazon | Buy on Kindle | Buy from Createspace and $1 Will be Donated to our Charity of the Year

About the Author

meHeather Leughmyer graduated from Indiana-Purdue University with a B.A. in English Writing and Linguistics. She is a dedicated vegan, animal rights activist, and animal rescuer. Writing has been a passion of hers for as long as she has advocated for animals.
Heather lives in Columbia City, Indiana, with her husband, daughter and several animal companions. She is the author of Brave Benny, Adopting Adele, If Your Tears Were Human, A Rat’s Guide to Owning a Human, and co-editor of Rescue Smiles.

About the Illustrator

aprilpedersenOur whimsical artist, April Pedersen, is a freelancer based in Reno, Nevada. She is partial to frogs, geocaching, science fiction, video poker, and chess. April is the illustrator of Adopting Adele and Brave Benny.