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THE TEDDY CHARITY PROJECT

Sponsored by Read My Mind the Blogger Magazine

In September 2017 I saw a documentary about a young boy named Campbell living in Australia and he inspired me to start The Teddy Project.

I have published a book Teddy & Lily, True Friendship is Unconditional Loyalty in spring 2017. In August the multi-talented actor, singer and voice-over artist, Carl Lindquist, narrated Teddy& Lily. The audiobook is available in several online stores for download and on physical CD.

I like to make giveaways with a print copy of Teddy & Lily along with the audiobook on CD for children in need. Especially for refugee kids, who are easily forgotten and sadly too often rejected, and for children in hospitals and children with disabilities in special schools. As you can guess, doing giveaways with printed books and pressed audiobooks on CD is costly. And thatís where you come in. You can help us in two ways. You may provide us with information about a child whoís hospitalized or in a refugee camp, or/and you may donate as much as you can to make it possible for us to cover the production and international shipping cost.

Let us put a smile on childrenís faces regardless of their life story and their home country. What we adults often forget is how important and priceless emotional support is to children. And what is better and more heartwarming than a lovely and sweet book (based on a true story) that educates and inspires children and their parents?

Having said that, for now we focus on the following English-speaking countries because of shipping cost: United Kingdom, Ireland, Scotland, America, Canada, Australia, Sweden, The Netherland, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Every little bit helps! Thank you for your kindness.Thank you for your support. Thank you for your love! If you have any questions, ideas or suggestions about how we can support as many children as possible, please donít hesitate to contact us.








THE BON VOYAGE CHARITY PROJECT

Sponsored by Read My Lips-No Comment, the free monthly magazine

Bon Voyage is an illustrated book inspired by my memoir Definition of Freedom. It is also available as an e-book and audiobook narrated in British English by the lovely Beverley Murray. Bon Voyage is the second part of a childrenís book series of four.

Bon Voyage is magical. It inspires. It educates. It pays homage to the beauty of Europe by taking you to its breathtaking cities where you will explore the geography, culture, and history.

With The Bon Voyage Charity Project we like to donate print books (The adventure of Monsieur Jac Couture part 1 & 2) and audiobooks to school libraries and to children who are not able to travel because of health or financial reasons. With your support we can educate many children about European geography, history, and art while putting a smile on their face as they join Monsieur Jac Couture and little Lily on their journey.

As you can imagine, the cost of producing and shipping print books and audiobooks, can be challenging for an indie author, so every donation helps us take a child on an adventure. Every little bit helps! Thank you for your support. Thank you for your kindness. Thank you for your love and caring. If you have any questions, ideas or suggestions about how we can support as many children as possible, please donít hesitate to contact us.

Having said that, for now we focus on schools and libraries in the following English-speaking countries: United Kingdom, Ireland, Scotland, America, Canada, Australia, Sweden, The Netherland, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

FYI: Our two charity projects are going to be active throughout the entire year and not only on Christmas.


The Story Behind Bon Voyage

For fifteen years my mum and I, as war refugees, couldnít travel and leave Switzerland. We felt like prisonerís in a golden cage, sentenced for life, and only because we had left our war-torn country for a future in safety. But traveling is very important. People who never travel miss out on so much experience and knowledge.

I remember the days when all my schoolmates came back from their summer or Christmas holidays and told me all about their magical destinations. I admit I really envied them. For fifteen years I collected travel brochures with amazing destinations and stored them under my bed knowing that I could never ever visit these places because of our papers. I remember an occasion where I even won a trip for two to Paris and Disneyland. It was always my dream to visit this gorgeous city with my mum. And I had never ever won anything before or after that. Well, as you can imagine it was extremely heartbreaking for a fourteen-year-old girl to pass the prize to someone else.

It took fifteen years until my mum and I were finally allowed to leave Switzerland and that was like a miracle for us. Visiting all these cities that I wanted to see for so many years could finally become a reality. My dream country had always been the USA, probably because of all the TV series that I watched as a teenager. So, the first countries we visited were Canada, America, and United Kingdom. We visited Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York, and London. Five years later we finally had the chance to discover the beauty of the European countries as well.

Switzerland is located right in the middle of Europe, but despite having historical and amazing countries such as Germany, Austria, Italy, and France within an hour drive or flight we hadnít had the chance to discover these wonderful countries for almost twenty years.

All these countries didnít give us a touristic visa until Switzerland became one of the Schengen members in 2008. In 2007 though, only a month before this happened, we had the chance to visit Italy thanks to the kind embassy of Italy, who gave us Visas and welcomed us. The feeling of freedom was indescribable. A long dream and desire finally came true. And that was just the beginning of many more travels to come that we have shared in Bon Voyage with our readers and listeners.







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